Moose Boats Depend on Hella Lighting

press release
Thursday, January 19, 2012

Boats used for law enforcement, fire/emergency and security patrol must be rugged and highly dependable.

 

First responders rely on every component to work well all the time.  Because Moose Boats recognizes that lives and jobs depend on their vessels' performance, it chooses Hella marine lights for many of its rugged craft. Moose Boats aluminum catamarans and monohulls are outfitted with Hella marine's LED Navigation Lamps, EuroLED Interior Touch Lamps, LED Mega Beam Deck Floodlights, and LED Courtesy Lamps.  Moose Boats president Roger Fleck appreciates all the benefits of LED technology.  "They are highly durable and we have none of the problems associated with bulbs.  And they come at a reasonable price considering their high quality."


Moose Boats are designed to support specific tactical missions.  Ranging from 33' to 44', they provide a stable platform, rapid response times and are highly maneuverable.  A fully outfitted cabin serves the crew during long shifts.
Hella marine's energy-saving LEDs employ sophisticated Multivolt circuitry to provide consistent and safe illumination under severe voltage fluctuations, as well as low battery.  Completely sealed against the elements, the lamps feature UV- and impact-resistant acrylic lenses. www.hellamarine.com.
 

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