Since 1973, Streamlight®, Inc., a leading manufacturer of professional lighting tools, has been making tough, durable and long-lasting flashlights to serve the specialized needs of fire and rescue users. From its first product — a flashlight designed for law enforcement officers — the company has continually expanded its product line to include lighting tools for the fire service and other markets. Today Streamlight designs, manufactures, and markets high-performance lighting, weapon light/laser sighting devices and scene lighting solutions for professional law enforcement, military, firefighting, industrial, automotive, and outdoor applications. With over 150 U.S. patents, and over 100 U.S. and Foreign Trademarks, the company is a pioneer in the development of rechargeable lights and helped to revolutionize LED lighting.
Streamlight’s products for fire professionals are designed for a wide variety of uses, from the SURVIVOR® right-angled rechargeable flashlight, to extensive lines of rechargeable lights and lanterns, helmet lights, work lights, as well as portable scene lighting. Streamlight also offers one of the broadest lines of safety-rated products available, because any flashlight used in a hazardous environment or confined space should be thoroughly tested to meet or exceed all applicable safety standards for those locations. Streamlight works to ensure that its lighting tools carry the proper approval ratings from organizations such as Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) and others.
Streamlight is a proud supporter of many charitable organizations. It is a major sponsor of Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), as well as the National Fallen Firefighters® (NFFF), both of which commemorate the lives of fallen first responders and support their families and co-workers. The company also supports these charitable organizations and others through its “Lights for a Cause” flashlight series. The program consists of a line of specialty key chains and other lights, from which sales proceeds are donated to charitable causes. Beginning with “pink” lights to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in finding a cure for breast cancer, the program has expanded to include lights for C.O.P.S. and NFFF.
For more information about Streamlight and its commitment to quality products for the fire service, visit streamlight.com, including its video showcase, which offers customers detailed product information and training information for fire personnel.