Larson electronics (Magnalight.com) is expanding their inventory of explosion proof lights to meet the needs of paint spray booth operators and others who are required to follow OSHA guidelines.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 2, 2008 -- Explosion proof lights go by many names, including hazardous location lights (or hazlo lights), confined space lights, class lights or intrinsically safe lights. Regardless of the term used, these lights are made from non-sparking materials and put off nominal heat. Typically, these lights are made from heavy duty materials, including heavy gauge housings, aluminum brackets and extra thick lenses. The cords associated with these lights are typically SOOW rated and are resistant to chemicals, abrasives and water.
Finally, the plugs may be rated for explosion proof environments as well, although most operators will connect their lights to the power source outside the hazardous location area. Operators in the petrochemical industry, oilfields, manufacturing plants, ship yards, paint spray booths, grain storage areas and fuel tanks seek out explosion proof lights in order to meet OSHA specifications and protect their employees from potential explosions related to the ignition of flammable vapors and/or dust particles.
Magnalight.com recently added more items to its explosion proof lights range, including handheld fluorescent lights, surface mounted fluorescent lights for paint spray booths, handheld HID lights for inspecting tanks and vessels and explosion proof headlights for hands free operation. Combined with it's existing range of quad pod mount and cart mount explosion proof light fixtures, like the 23-7/8 diameter, 400 watt metal halide, tank cleaning cart light, Larson Electronics' online presence is rapidly becoming a one stop shop of the manufacturers, environmental companies, oilfield, paint spray booths and oil rig operators around the world.
"We are looking to create a range of explosion proof lighting solutions that address the needs of almost any manufacturer, oilfield operators, environmental companies and paint spray booth operators, said Rob Bresnahan, President of Larson Electronics.
"We have small explosion proof lights that are rechargeable, 12 volt and 120 volt hand lamps, explosion proof string lights, cart based tank lights for man way entry and a whole host of explosion proof fluorescent lights that are UL rated Class 1, Division 1 for Groups C and D. Many of these products are also UL rated Class II, Division 1 for Groups F and G for various dusts, such as those found in grain mills of sugar plants. We understand our customer's applications and offer a wide range of cost effective, industrial grade explosion proof lights and intrinsically safe lighting products to help our customers safely complete their work. We even added explosion proof ventilator fans and ground fault boxes to our line to service our customer's needs for the entire project, whether they are sandblasting and painting a ship or a fuel tank. More importantly, we recognize the need for immediate response, and we inventory everything we sell on Magnalight.com for same day shipping. More often than not, we are shipping our explosion proof lights via same day or overnight service all over the United States," concluded Rob.
You can learn more about Larson Electronics (Magnalight.com) and their wide range of UL rated, explosion proof lights and related products, including remote control lights at www.magnalight.com or by calling 1-800-369-6671.
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