Linde LED Stripes

Optimised illumination for front and rear

Seeing and being seen is fundamental not only to safety but also efficiency when working with industrial trucks. The right light at the right time in the right place is an essential prerequisite for this. However, many lighting systems for forklift trucks cannot serve this purpose. They illuminate the working area only at certain points and often leave the edges dark or cast reflections on the mast or load which dazzle the operator.

With the Linde LED Stripes, Linde Material Handling offers an innovative lighting concept which solves these problems. The stripes provide optimum illumination of the working area and enable safe, precise and efficient work even in the case of inadequate warehouse lighting.

The Linde LED Stripes provide optimum safety conditions at the front and rear of the vehicle. The two-colour light strips use white light to illuminate the truck's direction of travel.

If the direction of travel changes, the light colour automatically changes from white to red. This allows pedestrians and other vehicles to identify the direction in which the truck is moving, even from far away which increases safety in warehouse traffic.

The LED Stripes are attached to the mast and rear of the vehicle and illuminate the immediate working area just as evenly and extensively as the VertiLight. This enables safe, precise and efficient work in any environment.

As with the VertiLight, Linde's innovative lighting concept minimises glare for oncoming vehicles and pedestrians, and allows the operator to work efficiently in the warehouse. This lighting solution also has an impressive service life of up to 20,000 hours.

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Linde LED Lights vs Linde VertiLight

Benefits of LED Stripes at a glance

Linde service technicians provide fast and reliable assistance:

  • Uniform illumination of the working area
  • Improved visibility of racks, load and forks
  • Optimised illumination of the respective direction of travel
  • Colour change between white (direction of travel) and red light (opposite direction)
  • Low glare effect for the operator
  • Low glare for pedestrians and other vehicles
  • More safety thanks to direction indicator
  • Long service life

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