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WHAT’S NEW? JSP LAUNCHES NEW


SPEED RAMP JSP, a manufacturer of traffic management products, has unveiled the new Ridgeback Speed Ramp – a highly durable new speed ramp which will keep visitors and employees safe by reducing vehicle speed on site.


This ramp has been designed with all the vital features FM companies require and incorporates both colours per section with a universal end cap so ordering is simple and there are less parts to stock.


The thermoplastic retro-reflective elements of the yellow reflective area of the ramp have been angled to optimise interaction with vehicle headlamps ensuring better visibility using the latest glass bead


RITELITE SYSTEMS ILLUMINATES ITS RANGE


OF PORTABLE WORKLIGHTS Ritelite Systems, a British-based manufacturer of lighting solutions, is offering its K-lite range (K8, K9 and K10) of rechargeable portable LED worklights for maintenance, security and inspection applications.


Each product is designed to last at full brightness for eight hours from one charge. They have the flexibility to meet all user lighting requirements offering both flood and spot lighting within one product across multiple heights. The lights are reliable, robust and suitable for use in harsh working conditions.


The K8 LED Hand Held Portable Worklight A torch and worklight in one, with two different modes of use, the K8 is a versatile light featuring a ‘rotating vari-focus’ system to allow a tightly focused spot beam or a diffused flood of light so any working environment can be adequately illuminated. The K8 can be charged from vehicles from an in vehicle charging dock and is available with a range of accessories to maximise useable applications.


The K9 Portable Worklight The Ritelite K9 offers users one worklight suitable for every task, operating as a directional area


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floodlight, a long-distance spotlight, a site work light and a torch light.


The K9 inbuilt tripod system allows the light to be extended up to 1.8 metres high. The brightness levels can be adjusted to give longer light duration from one charge if required and the K9 can also be fitted with an in-built charging system to allow fully automatic charging from a 12- or 24- volt vehicle.


The K10 360° Area Portable Worklight The K10 360° Area Portable Worklight is the only portable rechargeable


work light on the market which can optimally illuminate your remote work tasks in one single and easy to carry unit. In addition to the functionality of the K9 Worklight, the K10 has three individual heads that can be positioned to give a full 360-degree or 180-degree illumination of an area. The integrated tripod supports a height of up to 1.8 metres but it can reach up to 4.5 metres with the additional tripod and extension lead.


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technology. The area of reflectivity has been increased compared to traditional styles of speed ramps.


The Ridgeback Speed Ramp is very easy to assemble using a clever interlocking system for easy connectivity and to maintain stability. The channel on the underside of the endcap allows safe passage of wires or hoses, protecting them from heavy duty vehicles.


Manufactured from a high- performance polymer technology, Ridgeback Speed Ramp conforms to requirements of BS EN 1436:2018 and durability requirements of BS EN1824:201. It is available in heights of 5cm and 7.5cm aiming to reduce vehicle speed to a maximum of 10mph and 5mph respectively.


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