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When a room fills with smoke we're instructed to get low to the floor. But what if you don’t
                                     know where you are or are disorientated? Our Low Location Lighting (LLL) System is
                                     designed to direct people to safety and to display life saving equipment e.g. fire extinguishers.

                                                                     Key benefits:
                                      - Photoluminescent (glow in the dark) material does not require electrical power.
                                             - Very low maintenance. Only requires wiping with a damp cloth.

                                          - Cost effective alternative to electrical Low Location Lighting systems.
                                                               - Durable and long lasting.
                                                                    - Fire retardant.

                                     Other useful information:
                                     As well as offshore and marine, LLL Systems can
                                     be installed in commercial, domestic and industrial
                                     environments and can comply to any standard,  Using a high quality, durable, fire
                                     including ISO 15370.
                                                                                   retardant photoluminescent insert,
                                                                                   our LLL system will highlight a safe
                                     The system is a reliable means by which owners/
                                     operators can demonstrate their legal duty of care.  route in the event of power failure,
                                                                                   fire or smoke ingress.
                                     Seaward Safety provides full testing services for
                                     your LLL systems, as according to ISO 15370:2010
                                     and IMO Resolution 752(18).
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