The EPL-22BS-1X150LED-100 portable explosion proof LED light from Larson Electronics provides operators with an easy to maneuver LED work light for use within hazardous locations. This portable fixture is comprised of a 150 watt LED light head that is mounted atop of a circular base stand that can be easily passed through man-ways 22” in diameter or larger. The LED light head produces a brilliant flood pattern of light that is ideal for illuminating enclosed areas and hazardous locations where flammable vapors, gases and dusts may be present. The LED lamp head is T5 temperature rated and retains 80% of its lumen output after 60,000 hours of use. The explosion proof LED light head in this unit features multiple LED drivers which help to increase the operational life of the fixture.
The lamp can be easily adjusted up or down 90° and locked into position by loosening the two hand screws located on the side of the light head. Once the light is in the desired position, the operator then tightens the screws back to set the position. The light head can be swiveled 360° as well as completely removed by loosening the T handle at the base of the fixture and then re-tightening it. Included with this portable LED light is 100 feet SOOW cord terminated in a 1523 explosion proof straight blade plug. This unit is multi-voltage capable and can be configured to operate on 120-277 volts AC.
Larson Electronics LLC
Pacific Handy Cutter has been committed to worker safety for over 60 years. Safety increase productivity with our new Pocket Blade Dispenser, for use with all PHS Safety Cutters. The Pocket Blade Dispenser reduces worker injury by safety dispensing one blade at a time. Conveniently attaches to PHS Safety Cutter holsters. Also safe to carry in your smock or pocket. Features safe storage of used blades, eliminating loose blades in the work place.
Pacific Handy Cutter
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is a hot compliance topic right now - do you have all of the facts? With all of the information and change swirling about GHS, we're presenting "just the facts" in this easy-to-digest infographic about what you need to know to transition to the new HazCom standard. Enjoy and share with your colleagues in and out of the EHS profession!