Marl International has introduced a competitive new series of BA9 LED bulb replacements using half the power of the existing range and based on the latest surface mount LED technology. The new Marl 255 Series of LEDs is manufactured using the company’s new surface mount line in Ulverston, and is also designed to be more aesthetically pleasing. Read on to learn more...
A quest for a very professional appearance allied with compact size led Instrument Installations Ltd to specify Marl 512 Series LEDs in its handheld actuator demonstration product range for use during client visit and training room demonstrations of Rotork actuators.
A new Marl LED is to be fitted to all Formula One cars for the 2009 Formula One Season, following its approval by the FIA. The LED is used as an indicator for the new Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems.
Robust, waterproof LED lights donated by Marl International Limited have been installed on the deck of a Ulverston Inshore Rescue craft to ensure it's easily located even in extreme weather conditions.
A Marl LED is to be fitted to all Formula One cars, following its approval by the FIA as the Warning Light in a mandatory Crash Severity Indication System to indicate the severity of an accident to medical rescue crews.
LED lighting specialist Marl International Limited has been working closely with British Energy at Hinkley Point 'B' for the past 7 months to develop new technology in order to create and update existing product ranges. This includes Warm White technology, which allows direct replacement of incandescent bulbs.
Following collaboration between Marl International Limited and leading rail industry specialists and train builders, Marl has pioneered electronic lighting systems for new build and retro-fit applications that fulfil essential safety criteria, as the rail industry looks to overhaul the Emergency Lighting Group Standard. A fully rail qualified, rugged electronic egress lighting system (EELS) provides a clearly lit pathway in carriages under any condition and is due in passenger service in June 2004.