Headlamps and helmet lights are worn on a hard hat or head so the wearer can direct light right to where he or she is looking while keeping both hands free for work. Unlike flashights or lanterns, they don't need to be repositioned or carried during use. When the wearer moves, the light moves with him or her.
General Purpose Headlamps
General purpose headlamps resist damage when dropped or bumped and can withstand rough use. They help reduce the risk of wearers knocking out their light when working in low-headroom areas and tight spaces.
Hazardous Location Headlamps
Hazardous location headlamps are designed to provide light without igniting combustible gases, dust, or vapors that may be present in the work area. They are rated for use in specific hazardous environments such as chemical plants, refineries, mines, granaries, and harbors.
Waterproof headlamps have an IPX7 or higher ingress-protection rating, which means they'll keep working even after being immersed in water. They are ideal for first responders, plumbers, construction workers, and others who work outdoors or in wet conditions.
Rechargeable headlamps save users the hassle and expense of replacing the batteries in their headlamps. When not in use, connect them to an external power source to replenish their batteries so they'll be fully powered when needed.
Helmet lights attach to a hard hat or helmet to supply light to a workspace without requiring the wearer to take off their head protection.