Need Manhole Mount Lights for Rail Cars and Storage Tanks?

It’s inevitable that you will encounter a scenario on the job site that requires overhead lighting in a manway entry. To avoid frustration and making mistakes trying to figure out alternatives, its best to be prepared with a solution that can solve problems lighting the mount nozzle for rail cars, storage tanks and other hazardous locations.

Our explosion proof Manhole Lights are compact and versatile when mounted at the top of the manway nozzle. The unit is attached to a plate, and the lights can hang inside the tank to illuminate confined or large work areas.

These Manhole Lights are built to withstand abuse on impact and resistant to vibration. The LED features mounting straps with adjustable inverted hooks that suspend the lighting fixtures in the manway entry, so the operator can work inside the tank.

We at Larson Electronics continue to design innovative technology to serve your needs! Our Manhole Mount Lights are available in stock and ready for purchase.  

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