Den Haan Rotterdam
The standard for navigation lighting
Den Haan Rotterdam is a family company established in 1922. Starting as a small tinsmith,it has evolved into a globally renowned manufacturer of navigation lights, searchlights, airhorns and a range of nautical lamps made from copper and brass.
Almost a century ago, DHR became famous for its high quality brass & copper products. Nowadays, it manufactures robust and reliable lighting and signalling equipment to perform in the harshest marine environments. By having all processes under one roof, from development to final assembly, Den Haan is able to meet the highest quality standards in the industry.
Whether it’s an air horn in the dense and icy fog, a searchlight in the arctic or signalling lights in the blistering heat of the Suez Canal, failure is not an option. We understand the need for quality and its relation to value.
Our lighting & signalling systems are made to last!
Less than seven years ago, DHR started with the development of a LED product line of navigation lights and has extended this in 2017 with its first LED searchlight.
LEDS, also referred to as Light-emitting diodes are more energy efficient, produces less heat and can output more light. Effectively this - in most applications also reduces the weight which is becoming more and more important in the maritime market.
Overall distinctive features of DHR LED products are their extensive lifetime and increased safety as no bulb replacement is required.
Den Haan Rotterdam keeps innovating, which is very important in order to raise the bar in terms of quality standards.
As manufacturer of halogen searchlights for over 30 years it’s now time to provide LED alternatives with the same robustness and reliability for all types of vessels. With the release of the 150-, 180- & 230-series LED searchlights last year, DHR made a great step for an affordable LED alternative for smaller & inland vessels.
End of this year, DHR will present its next innovation: a pressure proof LED navigation light for naval submarines.