Hazardous Location LightingHazardous locations are defined as areas located near a concentration of fuel where electric service is also available. These fuels include flammable gases and liquids, dust and fibers, and flyings. While these different types of fuel have different auto ignition temperatures (AITs), a certain amount of heat can cause them to ignite or combust. Certain lighting fixtures can reach that temperature. Shop our selection of hazardous location lighting below.
Hazardous Location LED Lighting
LED lighting is widely used as hazardous location lighting across a variety of industries. This is largely due to the fact that LED lighting provides brighter lights at a lower temperature when compared to incandescent lighting. Additionally, since many hazardous locations are large warehouses and processing facilities, many light fixtures are required. LED lighting offers some of the most energy efficient lighting on the market. In fact, when compared to standard incandescent lighting, LED lights use between 80% to 85% less energy. If your business is classified as a hazardous location, consider choosing PrimeLights for your hazardous location lighting solutions.
Choose PrimeLights To Find The Right Hazardous Location Lighting For You
The National Electric Code (NEC) has laid out requirements for hazardous location lighting. Basic requirements for Class 1 Division 2 electrical equipment state that no arcing or sparking parts can be present, and if they are, they must be in an explosion-proof container. When you choose PrimeLights to provide hazardous location lighting for your warehouse or workshop, we’ll help find the best solution for your business, considering the requirements laid out by the NEC. Simply give us an idea of the layout of your hazardous area, and we’ll provide you with an estimate of the hazardous location LED light fixtures that are right for you. Our team of commercial lighting solution experts would be happy to work with you over the phone or online to discuss your project requirements and any other concerns you may have. To learn more about our hazardous location lighting solutions, give us a call or reach out to our team online today.