Explosion Proof Flashlights/Headlamps
Our explosion proof flashlights carry NEC/CEC Class 1 and/or Class 2 Division 1, ATEX and/or IECEX ratings for US and international use in hazardous location areas. Choices for explosion proof flashlights include explosion proof and intrinsically safe flashlights with halogen, HID or LED bulbs.
Our explosion proof halogen flashlights and hazardous location halogen flashlights are ideal for a variety of construction and industrial applications. These halogen bulb flashlights provide the same safety and compliance as their higher power and higher cost counterparts, but provide much more economical operation through the help of simple designs, and of course, the lower cost of bulbs and batteries. Halogen bulb flashlights provide the durability and strength needed to work in industrial applications. They are a very affordable light solution for operators who need portable, easily carried, reliable light sources in explosion sensitive areas. These class rated flashlights are compact, lightweight and come with versatile carrying and hanging options.
We also provide a variety of HID light options including explosion proof flashlights and black lights, as well as tank lights and searchlights. HID bulbs use about 50% less energy than incandescent bulbs, and have no filament to break, making them an ideal light source for hazardous and explosive environments. With a bulb life of about 2,500 hours, these durable lights are much more energy efficient than standard incandescent bulbs. The HID bulbs in our flashlight units provide high power and efficiency as well as a 6500k color temperature, producing powerful beams of brilliant white-blue color. Their durable aluminum bodies provide durable protection for this units' internal electronics and an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
A huge selection of explosion proof LED flashlights and headlamps are available as well, suitable for hazardous locations that require powerful, readily available illumination that can withstand harsh conditions. We offer helmet mount LED lights are designed specifically with emergency services in mind, LED flashlights, LED headlamps, LED lanterns, right angle type LED lights, penlights and snake lights, and MSHA approved LED flashlights and headlights.
Our flashlights and headlamps are extremely durable and perform well in explosive and hazardous environments, but sometimes pieces get lost, break under harsh circumstances, or batteries need to be replaced. That’s why we offer direct replacement parts for our own explosion proof flashlights including traffic wand attachments, replacement LED modules and batteries, collars, should straps, AC power cord adapters, lenses, bulbs, vehicle chargers and helmet mounts to name a few.
Since 1967, Larson Electronics’ Magnlight brand lighting products have met the needs of the industrial, military and utility operators around the world. Larson Electronics brand of portable and permanent mount lighting is not affiliated with Mag Instruments’ Maglite brand of flashlights.
At Larson Electronics, we do more than meet your lighting needs. We also provide replacement, retrofit, and upgrade parts as well as industrial grade power accessories. Our craftsmen can custom build any lighting system and/or accessories to fit the unique demands of your operation. A commitment to honesty, quality, and dependability has made Larson Electronics a leader in the lighting and electronics business since1973. Contact us today at 800-369-6671 or message firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our custom options tailored to meet your specific industry needs.
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|02/26/16||Understanding Explosion Proof Lighting Classes Divisions and Groups|
The concept of explosion proof light ratings can be confusing to understand. Hazardous workplace conditions can vary greatly and that means that a comprehensive rating system becomes necessary in order to ensure a safe work environment. [...]
|02/16/16||Lumen vs Foot-Candles – Which Is More Accurate for Measuring Illumination?|
When a customer is looking for lights, the most common question posed is “how bright is this light?” As lighting technology improves, the standard measurements of illumination aren’t always the most accurate in calculating a light’s output. Understanding how each rating is determined will help you choose the best fixture for an application. [...]
|02/10/16||Benefits and Applications of Explosion Proof LED Lighting in Confined Spaces|
The complex and hazardous nature of confined spaces present numerous risks for workers. Because of this, many businesses that operate in hazardous locations make use of explosion proof lights to prevent the ignition of flammable gases and dust particles. LED technology has contributed to the features of explosion proof lights by making them more reliable, sturdy and cost-effective. [...]
|12/14/11||Practical Applications of Ultraviolet Light|
For instance; since UV radiation causes some compounds to emit electromagnetic radiation in the visible range, commonly known as fluorescence, we can use UV light to identify chemicals and compounds according to how they fluoresce when exposed to UV radiation. Just like with the visible light spectrum, different wavelengths of UV will react differently with different molecular structures, causing some to fluoresce a certain color, which can tell us what a material is made of or what its properti [...]
|12/16/10||How Do You Know If a Light is really Explosion Proof?|
Hazardous location lighting equipment is in the simplest explanation used in places where concentrations of volatile gases, flammable dust or particulates, or flammable chemicals are high enough to present a danger of ignition that can lead to explosion or fire. [...]
|08/02/10||Confined Space Lighting for Hazardous Locations |
Confined spaces represent some of the most dangerous work places in commercial industries. Because of their enclosed nature confined spaces are poorly ventilated and allow volatile gases, fumes, vapors, and particulates to accumulate and increase in atmospheric density to potentially explosive levels. Confined spaces represent a hazardous work area and are loosely defined by a few general characteristics. [...]