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Cyalume Snaplight Industrial Grade Chemical Light Sticks Green 6 Long 12 Hour Duration Pack Of 10 by Cyalume Technologies, Inc.
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Live through 2012 with a Cyalume Snaplight Industrial Grade Chemical Light Sticks Green 6 Long 12 Hour Duration Pack Of 10. Exclusively developed by Cyalume Technologies, Inc..
Measures 6" long and provides 360 degrees of illumination Hook and gate top for hanging or attaching the light Chemiluminescent substance is non-toxic and plastic body is phthalate free for safety
Assist you and your family in disastrous circumstances.
- SnapLight industrial grade green light stick for providing illumination for up to 12 hours
- Measures 6" long and provides 360 degrees of illumination
- Hook and gate top for hanging or attaching the light
- Chemiluminescent substance is non-toxic and plastic body is phthalate free for safety
- Five-year shelf life from date of manufacture for a maintenance-free alternative to other lighting
The Cyalume SnapLight is a green industrial quality chemical light stick measuring six" lengthy, for offering prompt 360 degree illumination, that can be observed up to a mile absent for up to 12 hrs in ideal circumstances. The SnapLight is water-resistant, non-toxic, and non-flammable. To activate the light stick, bend, snap and shake the tube. The light stick has a hook and gate prime, for hanging or attaching the light. Each light stick is individually foil-wrapped for protection from light and moisture, and has up to a five-12 months shelf life from date of manufacture.
The durable, water-resistant, exterior body of the light stick is made from lower density polyethylene (LDPE), and is phthalate cost-free for basic safety. The inner illuminating chemical substance is non-toxic and non-flammable, and the elements of the light stick are recyclable. The light stick floats in h2o and performs ideal among forty to eighty degrees F (4 to 27 degrees Do), and despite the fact that the light stick performs at increased or lower temperatures, it is significantly less successful in colder temperatures.
All sticks are tested at a temperature of seventy two degrees F (22 degrees Do) to establish the illumination duration. Each ten-degree Do (fifty-degree F) enhance or reduce in temperature ambigu or halves the response price, and therefore the brightness and duration. For illustration, the identical light stick that emits around 30 lux (a unit that describes how significantly light is noticeable over a square meter) at fifteen minutes following activation at 24 degrees Do (75 degrees F) will be 50 percent as vivid but glow two times as lengthy at 14 degrees Do (fifty seven degrees F). At 34 degrees Do (ninety three degrees F), the identical light stick would be two times as vivid, but glow 50 percent as lengthy. Storage at elevated temperatures (previously mentioned one hundred twenty degrees F or 49 degrees Do) will reduce shelf life and start to soften the plastic tube, and enhance the chance of a leak. Coverage to cold temperatures will not influence the light sticks if they are warmed previously mentioned forty degrees F (4.5 degrees Do) prior to activation, until they are frozen (which takes place at -fifteen to -twenty degrees F, or -26 to -29 degrees Do). After light sticks have been frozen, they will still produce some light, but overall performance will not be as reputable. Humidity and atmospheric circumstances do not influence the light sticks.
Light sticks are chemiluminescent substances in plastic tubes that supply hrs of illumination in a number of basic safety, industrial, and army apps. Light sticks are water-resistant, non-flammable, and non-sparking, which can make them useful in hazardous conditions wherever sparks or flame could result in an explosion. Duration is identified by the chemistry of the formulation. Brightness is impacted by temperature: the hotter the temperature, the brighter the light will appear. Viewing distance can be impacted by temperature, moisture, and other factors. Coverage to immediate daylight can lessen shelf life and usefulness.
Cyalume Technologies manufactures chemiluminescent goods utilised for basic safety, industrial, and army apps. The organization, launched in 1970 and headquartered in West Springfield, MA, can make goods beneath ChemLight and SnapLight brands. ChemLight goods meet army specs, and the organization meets ISO 9001 specifications.
What’s in the Box?
- ten individually foil-wrapped light sticks
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