Explosion Proof Fluorescent Hand Light & Cord Reel - Class 1, Div. 2 - 100' SOOW Cord
Part # EPL-FL26-100-HR Price: $5,787.54
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The Larson Electronics EPL-FL26-100-HR Hazardous Area Fluorescent Work light and its explosion proof reel are both F.M. approved Class 1 Division1 Groups C and D - FM 508 listed and is ideal for close quarter work and inspection activities in hazardous locations requiring explosion proof protection.
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This 26 watt explosion proof fluorescent work light produces 1,740 lumens of fluorescent illumination and comes complete with an explosion proof cord reel with spark proof ratchet mechanism. The EPL-FL26-100-HR fluorescent drop light ballast is contained within the handle while the housing is constructed of non sparking aluminum with molded bumper guards, an annealed glass tube shield and integral lamp shock absorbers. This hazardous location hand lamp is designed to Article 500 of the National Electrical Code and is Class 1, Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 hazardous location environment approved.
The non sparking reel contains this unit’s 100` of SOOW Cord for convenient cord management. This explosion proof reel and fluorescent hand lamp can be installed and used within the hazardous location area making it ideal for hazardous work areas where a ready source of easily managed lighting is desired.
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This 26 watt fluorescent light is suitable for use in areas where petrochemical vapors and various dusts are present and projects 1,740 lumens of light, roughly equivalent to a 100 watt incandescent bulb as estimated by Sylvania. Fluorescent lights are popular in paint prep, painting and post-paint inspection operations due to the even white color light produced. Incandescent lights tend to create yellowish, shadowy light that confuses the eye and makes it difficult to examine a work area with consistency. The light output, color and evenness of coverage make fluorescent lights popular for a wide variety of close quarter work and inspection activities.
The Class 1, Division 1 rated reel contains 100’ of SOOW 16/3 AWG cord, a spark free ratchet and explosion proof slip-ring housing and meets federal specification JC-580A. This explosion proof fluorescent hand light comes standard with 120 Volts, 60 Hz for US voltages but is also available in 120 Volts, 50 Hz (Mexico) and 220 volts, 50 Hz for international usage.
|Made in USA Quality||Lamp Features|
1. Built to UL 508 table 36.1 / NEC Standards.
2. Indoor or outdoor use.
3. 35 amp, 1-4 conductors 600 Volt, 5-12 conductors 250 Volt.
4. Rugged fabricated steel and cast aluminum construction.
5. Gray epoxy finish on steel parts.
6. FM Listed 508 table 36.1 (3 and 4 conductor units with cable only)
7. Conforms to NEMA 9 and NEMA 4 (IP56) standards
8. SOOW cable (ON ALL REELS)
9. 4-roller adjustable cable guide and Ball Stop
10. NTRL Listing (Cord Reel) - Class I, Division 1 & 2 Group D; Class II, Group G.
11. NTRL Listing (Cord Reel) - Class I, Zone 1, AEx d IIB.
26 watt fluorescent light produces 1740 lumens
Non-sparking aluminum housing
Ballast contained in handle (inline also available)
Molded rubber bumper guards
Annealed glass tube shields prevent shattering
Integrated lamp shock absorbers prevent drop damage to bulbs
Swivel hook for hanging and hands free operation
Explosion proof extension cord reel
Specifications / Additional Information
|EPL-FL26-100-HR Work Light||F.M. Ratings|
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|FM Listing: United States ||Class 1, Division 1 for Groups C, D |
|Dimensions:L-14.5 " Dia-3.5"||Class 2I, Division 1 Groups E, F, G |
|Lux: At Lens: 15,000 ||Class III, Division 1|
|Total Watts: 26 watts||NEMA 9 and NEMA 4 (IP56) |
|Voltage: Stnd-120V-60hz Optional-120 Volts, 50 Hz and 220 volts, 50 Hz||FM Listed 508 table 36.1 |
|Total Lumens: 1,740||Reel - UL Listed E193373|
|Mounting: Non Sparking Reel||Reel - Class I, Zone 1, AEx d II|
|Wiring: 100` SOOW Cord terminated within Reel|
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|F.M. Approval: U.S Certificate ||Toll Free: 1-800-369-6671|
|View Dimensional Drawing of Explosion Proof Cord Reel||Intl: 1-903-498-3363|
|This fixture is being remanufactured with cord reel under file number E193373.||E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Part #:||EPL-FL26-100-HR (46932)|
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