Posted December 17, 2015

    Grote Industries sets a new standard for Trilliant performance

    Meet the new standard for Trilliant performance--the Trilliant 26 Flush Mount Work Light. Grote’s newest addition to the Trilliant family is built tough to withstand the harshest of environments. The small, mount-anywhere lamp can go where larger lamps cannot, and provides 1800 lumens to create clean, white light. The Trilliant 26 is available in spot or flood options and its flush mount design works with direct surface attachment. Small size combined with tough construction allows the brightest of lights where ever you go.

    The new standard for Trilliant® performance in a small, mount-anywhere work light

    • Efficient light engine projects 1790 effective Lumens using only 18 Watts of power across 10-48 Volts.
    • Rugged mechanical design ensures consistent performance and long life in the harshest environments.
    • Small size combined with tough construction allows mounting in places where larger or less rugged lamps cannot fit or survive.
    • Advanced circuit design provides electronically quiet operation; protects against EMI without interfering with other electronic devices.
    • Clean, white light designed to represent true colors, just like day light.
    Posted December 17, 2015

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