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Protect Fluorescent Lights from Vandalism

March 14, 2008

STI’s innovative wire guard helps protect fluorescent lights where abuse is severe. Called Fluorescent Light Damage Stopper®, it incorporates a patented web-like shape that simulates a spider’s web for added strength. The guard is extremely difficult to break and is highly recommended for areas where abuse to fluorescent lights is severe.

This protector consists of a super tough, corrosion resistant, coated wire, which helps avoid frequent replacement of bulbs due to vandalism, accidental damage or other abuse. Two guards adjust to accommodate various fluorescent twin-tube lighting fixtures. The largest, STI-9881, measures 98.25 inches fully extended and can be retracted to 74.75, the smaller version, STI-9880, measures 62.75 inches and retracts to 51.

This guard helps assure continued illumination of key areas, reduces costly bulb replacement and has long-term durability. The unit is provided with screws and anchors making it easy to install and remove for routine service.

STI guarantees this cost effective cage for a lifetime against breakage in normal use.

For more information on STI Fluorescent Light Damage Stopper (STI-9880), or the entire Stopper® Line, call 800-888-4784, fax 248-673-1246 or write STI, 2306 Airport Road, Waterford, MI 48327-1209. The email address is: and website is:

Safety Technology International, Inc. (STI)


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