Shenzhen Star Standard Science and Technology Inc. is located in Guangming Technology Park, which is one of the Shenzhen High-tech Industrial Parks. As one of the new type high-tech enterprises, the company is specialized in research and development, production, sale, installation, commissioning and maintenance of the special lighting products and lighting management control systems.
The special lighting products produced by the company cover aviation airport windsock, obstruction light, heliport light airport navigation lights, ship recognition lights, explosion-proof lights, high-pole lights and other special lighting products. These products are widely used in the civil airports, military airports, heliports, large ports, ships, stadiums, soccer fields, bridges, drilling platforms, chimneys....Learn More
Since 2012,Star Standard has designed and manufactured industry-leading aviation obstruction lights(also called “aircraft warning lights) and navigational aids for a variety of industrial uses. We provide critical lighting and hazard marking in the toughest conditions around the world, with clients ranging from EU, Southeast Asia, South Latin America,etc., to corporations and municipalities. Our obstruction lighting […]
Red white nylon windsock from Star Standard. Overview: Windsocks are usually used in airports or chemical plants where there is a risk of gas leakage. They are sometimes located in windy locations on both sides of the highway. The wind direction indicated by the windsock is the opposite direction of the windsock (please note that […]
Call it a love of nature. Call it new FCC guidelines, either way large tower owners are adapting their lighting infrastructure and, according to the American Bird Conservancy (ABC), it is having a positive impact on our feathered friends.
Airport windsock windcone Wind Cone is known by many names: Windsock, Windcone or Wind Direction Indicator. It provides vital information to pilots of fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft.A properly designed windsock will indicate both wind direction and wind speed, and will be clearly decipherable to pilots on final approach, while taxiing for takeoff, and when doing […]