N-Ferno warming product line expanded

winter liner

St. Paul, Minn.—Ergodyne has announced the expansion of its N-Ferno Warming Product Line to include the new 6850LED and 6852LED 2-Layer Winter Liners with LED Lighted Brim. Exclusive to Ergodyne, these new liners with LEDs offer hands-free lighting while keeping the worker comfortable, warm and productive on the job.

Ideal for anyone working in a cold environment with lighting needs, the new winter liners feature a 2-layer cotton/fleece liner, a hook and loop chin strap and hard hat suspension attachments for a secure, comfortable fit. The four LEDs are spaced for optimal lighting and flexibility with two LEDs in the brim and two additional LEDs concealed under the brim. Choose two brim LEDs for illumination up to 50 ft., two under the brim lights for close-up tasks, or all four for maximum visibility.  
 
"Say goodnight to those bulky headlamps and cumbersome flashlights," said Tom Votel, president and CEO of Ergodyne. "Our new N-Ferno Winter Liners with LED Lighted Brims offer the ultimate partnership between warmth and lighting for a safe and productive worksite."

For more information about N-Ferno or other warming products, click here to go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.



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