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Lightsticks & Light Pads

Lightsticks & Light Pads

With no outside power source needed, these lightsticks and light pads are a safer light source than electrical- or battery-powered light in emergency situations or hazardous environments. They are easily portable, do not generate heat or sparks, and aren't affected by rain.

Emergency Lightsticks

Emergency Lightsticks

Also known as glowsticks, use lightsticks for up to 12 hours of light in situations such as a power outage, as a signal or marker during an emergency, or for better visibility at night. Activate lightsticks by bending until the inner container cracks, causing the chemicals inside to glow.

Adhesive Light Pads

Adhesive Light Pads

Stick these adhesive light pads to most surfaces for marking locations, medical triage, evacuation procedures, and other applications. Activate light pads by bending until the inner container cracks, causing the chemicals inside to glow.

Messaging Light Pads

Messaging Light Pads

Write directions, identify and tag objects, or provide other messages on these light pads. They are ideal during evacuations, room clearing, and search and rescue operations. Activate light pads by bending until the inner container cracks, causing the chemicals inside to glow.

Lightstick Shields

Lightstick Shields

Get a tight grip and protect your lightsticks from damage with these handles and shields. Insert the lightstick into the shield and clip it on clothing or equipment, use it as a handle, or control how much light you want to emit with the rotating window.

Lightstick Stations

Lightstick Stations

Keep emergency lighting on hand with these wall-mount lightstick stations. Unlike flashlights that need batteries or have to be charged, lightsticks light up when cracked and the chemicals inside mix together. Place these wall-mount stations along evacuation routes, exit areas, and near equipment. Stations have a glow-in-the-dark label on the front for easy recognition in case of a power failure, and they contain a lightstick inside that is activated when the front cover is open to illuminate the station and surrounding area.