Hella marine set to light up boot 2016

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Lighting specialist heads to world's largest watersport show opening this week.

Billed as the world's largest watersports trade fair, the 2016 boot Düsseldorf exhibition opens this coming weekend, featuring nine days of the latest in everything from sailing boats and cruisers to cutting-edge marine electronics and accessories, services and apparel spread across 17 halls of the massive Messe Düsseldorf site.

In amongst the 1,500 boats and 1,600 exhibitors from 50 countries, Hella marine will be showing its range of LED light solutions for leisure, commercial and cruise ship applications in Hall 10.

Marketing manager, Duncan Stirling, said Hella marine has a proud history of exhibiting at boot. In fact 2016 will mark the 20th show for Markus Frühwirth, Hella marine division manager for Europe, while the company is also celebrating its 40th year of working with local German marine distributor, Bukh Bremen.

“Boot is the world's largest water sports and equipment trade fair and the perfect platform for presenting Hella marine's latest LED lighting solutions,” he said. “And there’s no better time to buy! The nine-day event is your once-a-year chance to compare makes and models, and gear up with the latest accessories all at one time.”

Stirling said Hella marine will be using boot to demonstrate its range of navigation lights, deck and floodlights, down lights and accent lighting that combine the latest LED technology and revolutionary materials for durability and reliability in the harsh marine environment.

This year's highlights on Hella marine's booth (booth G59.2, hall 10) include the EuroLED 75 ceiling light, the fourth generation Module 70 LED worklight and the latest addition to the range of Sea Hawk-XLB LED deck floodlights.

The longer Sea Hawk lamps offer 12 high output LEDs and all the features associated with the popular Sea Hawk range including the ceramic thermal polymer housing, Grilamid lens and various lens options to suit different applications.

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