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We understand that working in a mine can be extremely dangerous. Using a light in a mine that has not been specifically approved for that use can create even more dangers, since some lights can react with mine fumes to spark an explosion. That’s why Streamlight has several lights that are MSHA-approved for mine safety.

MSHA is the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration, which oversees the safety of all mines in the U.S. MSHA issues a series of standards that flashlights must meet or exceed to be approved for mine use.
Streamlight MSHA-approved lights include:

These lights not only passed MSHA’s safety standards, they’re made to be tough, durable and dependable so they stand up to the rigors of work in a mine.

For more information about these and other safety-rated lights, click here to access Streamlight’s safety brochure.

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