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027 Series - LED Safety Lighting

March 2020
027 Series Features: Standalone emergency unit, 110vdc input, Min, 3 hours emergency lighting...

Marl’s 241 Series LED Downlighter for rail applications

March 2020
Marl offers LED solutions to the rail industry for indication illumination and signalling requirements, whether new build or retrofit. Our products are safe, reliable, and maintenance free, with the…

RAIL and construction operators across the world benefit from British-made LED technology lasting over 100,000 hours

December 2019
WORLD-CLASS technology which has helped keep the UK rail industry on track is set to enjoy export success and expand into a range of industries. Billions of train passengers heading into some of the…

LED Bulkhead: Marl’s Durable Solutions for the Rail Industry

July 2018
Marl’s LED Bulkhead offers outstanding reliability and optical performance as a buffer stop lamp for the rail industry. Featuring high intensity LEDs and sealed to IP65, the Bulkhead is not only…

Marl’s LED Bulkhead: Made in the UK

December 2017
Marl’s 084 Series LED Bulkhead offers a reliable outdoor, security and rail lighting solution. The robust housing supports a multi-cluster of high intensity, sunlight readable LED elements, and…

LED Lighting Solutions for the Rail Industry

October 2017
Marl’s LED Gauge Illuminators provide the best backlight solution for rolling stock speedometer and brake gauges. The Gauge Illuminator product family has inbuilt protection against electrical…

Railtex 2017

June 2017
The Marl Team attended Railtex 2017 in early May to meet with new and existing customers. A selection of our Rail specific indication and illumination products were featured on the EAO stand along…

Find Out Why Our Customers Think The New High Performance Remote Phosphor Bulbs Are 'Eggscellent'!

June 2017
Affectionately named the ‘Kinder Egg’ by some of the Marl Team, in reality this is a serious technical development; creating a seriously innovative bulb replacement product which can potentially…

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