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Koehler Lighting Products Koehler Lighting Products
sales@kbs-inc.netUSA, Pennsylvania
Koehler manufactures rechargeable lighting products designed specifically for mine safety.  Wheat Cap Lamps continue to be one of the industry's most relied upon choices due to their high quality and safety standards.  All stages of the manufacturing and ordering process are checked for quality assurance, in addition to the rigorous testing on all pre and post assembled products.  Founded in 1912, Koehler has remained the leader in underground lighting technology for nearly 100 years.

Nightstick by Bayco Products, Inc. Nightstick by Bayco Products, Inc.
webmaster@baycoproducts.comUSA, Texas
Nightstick, designed and manufactured by Bayco Products, Inc., is a global brand of professional lighting products including flashlights, headlamps and Intrinsically Safe lighting solutions used in mining that exceed the industry standards in performance, quality, user-safety and value.

NL Technologies NL Technologies
sales@nltinc.comCanada, Toronto
NL Technologies (NLT) is a Canadian-owned designer and manufacturer of underground lighting and digital communications solutions for the mining industry.  Using a combination of innovative designs, ISO 9001 approved manufacturing techniques and strong distribution channels, the Northern Light® has developed into one of the most widely used underground lighting systems and is the choice of contractors and mines alike.

RSL Fiber Systems, LLC RSL Fiber Systems, LLC
ppgladis@rslfibersystems.comUSA, Connecticut
RSL Fiber Systems, LLC’s remote source, fiber optic lighting technology can safely deliver portable, high-output light to distant and potentially hazardous environments without risk of electric shock or explosion.  Remote source lighting carries no electricity, eliminating the risk of an electrical spark – and there is no EMI (Electro-Magnetic Interference) or RFI (Radio Frequency Interference).  Fiber optic cable can be laid in water, mud, or flammable liquids – with no risk of explosion.  Systems can be stored in small, portable cases for easy deployment in the most difficult-to-reach locations, and multiple, cool luminaires can be driven from a single light engine (illuminator).

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