Available for hire, the fluorescent work lights do not get hot, can take knocks and bumps with little risk of damage and attach easily to ladders or scaffolding. A rubber strap fitted to the back of the lamp enables them to be affixed easily, horizontally or vertically.
Suitable for indoor and outdoor work, and popular with emergency services, the fluorescent work lights can be linked together and used safely in all weather conditions. The lamps provide a high level of illumination and project a soft even light.
While normal fluorescent work lights heat up during use and need a long time to cool down, Kennards’ fluorescent work lamps never become more than hand-warm, allowing them to be packed away as soon as the use is over.
The cabinet and front panel of the fluorescent work lights are made of shock-proof material, and the tube is attached to a special fitting, which minimises the risk of breakage if dropped from a ladder or when knocked over.
Operating over 100 hire centres across Australia, Kennards also hires out traditional floodlights on stands and utility LED lights, which retract into a 600mm high carry case when not in use.