Russellstoll Offers Full-Color Bulletin On Heliport Lighting System

A free full-color bulletin is being offered by the Russellstoll Division of Midland-Ross Corporation, on their new E-L Tru-Plane™ heliport lighting system which offers a major advance in depth perception.

The gate-fold bulletin explains that E-L Tru-Plane lamps are housed in tough, "vandal-proof," one-piece PVC assemblies. There are no sockets or bulbs and the entire lamp assembly is highly resistant to corrosion. The lamps can withstand the weight of a helicopter up to 350 psi, yet their lightweight construction allows for convenient portability when wired on a harness.

The E-L Tru-Plane perimeter units are thin—only V2-inch thick—and lie flat against the deck surface, so that vehicles may roll right over them without damage to the equipment or units.

The advantages of the new Russelstoll product as stated by the bulletin are: enhanced visibility; allweather capability; variable brightness; long life; durability; simplicity; economy; and portability.

The lamps use the principle of electroluminscence, they glow rather than shine, thus reducing the dangers of "false plane" or "white out" by enhancing depth-perception.

To obtain a copy of the bulletin on the new E-L Tru-Plane heliport lighting system.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 20,  Jan 15, 1986

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