Temporary Construction Lights
Temporary construction jobs require temporary and portable equipment that helps quicken and simplify difficult, time-sensitive work; especially when equipment needs to constantly be moved from one area of the worksite to another.
At Larson Electronics, we have built an extensive range of portable equipment, specifically with temporary use in mind. Our temporary site equipment covers a very wide range of designs and configurations intended to provide effective lighting solutions for just about any type of temporary lighting need that may arise on the industrial and commercial work site.
We offer an extensive variety of portable explosion proof and hazardous location temporary construction lights including: headlights, magnetic mount flood lights and spotlights, LED towers with quadpod, tripod, hitch and trailer mounts, drop lights and hand lamps, blasting lights, portable aluminum work area lights, solar control systems and solar powered generators, among many others.
All of our equipment is built to withstand demanding operation and harsh conditions of outdoor and indoor usage. Many of our products also feature high-tech LED lighting, which is extremely durable and provides powerful, high quality illumination. This very reliable lighting can easily replace standard incandescent work lights.
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 email@example.com for more information about our custom options tailored to meet your specific industry needs.
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|09/25/17||Understanding the True Impact of Turnarounds in Industrial Sectors|
Maintenance is a one of the most important aspects of industrial operations. However, due to the busy nature of such sites, it’s not possible to perform repairs and inspections while sustaining daily operations. To effectively complete such tasks, parts of the facility must be shut down temporarily to streamline upkeep. [...]
|05/01/17||Protective Eye Gear for Laser Viewing and Applications|
Some high-grade lasers can damage the eye and burn the skin. Most lasers that are capable of inflicting such injuries are categorized under Class 2, Class 3 and Class 4. For example, UV lasers that emit wavelengths between 180-400nm can cause corneal damage; while some near-IR lasers, ranging between 780-1,800nm, may burn one’s retina. [...]
|03/21/17||OSHA and MSHA Requirements for String Lights|
Industrial string lights are used to support temporary lighting systems. Such luminaries are commonly found in mining operations, warehouses and construction sites. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) governs the application of temporary string lights to ensure safety for operators and nearby workers in the site. [...]
|08/16/16||How Much Light is Enough Light|
Lighting choices vary, depending on the needs of the applicable location and personal preferences of individuals in the area. A “one size fits all” solution is rarely available when determining the lighting requirements of multiple environments. For example, lighting configurations for an office may differ, compared to a packaging warehouse. Even if the two facilities were the same size, the type of work being carried out in the buildings dictate the properties or characteristics [...]
|02/20/16||Voltage Drop in Low Voltage Lighting Systems|
Because of the risks associated with flammable gases, dusts, and particles in hazardous work areas, low voltage lighting systems are a natural choice to increase safety in areas where the potential for combustion exists. This becomes especially challenging when lights must be run at long distances with limited power sources. Low voltage systems typically run on 12-24 volts DC, but even within this lower range, a precise balance between distance, wattage load, and correct wire gauge must be [...]
|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. [...]
|02/15/16||Benefits of LED Light Towers to Metal Halide Light Towers|
This report covers the advantages of light emitting diode (LED) light towers over metal halide light towers. In particular, the paper expounds on a range of competitive criteria, including energy-saving properties, power usage benefits, heat dissipation and long-term maintenance. The insights found in the report are applicable to business owners, engineers and lighting specialists. [...]
|11/25/13||High Bay/Low Bay Metal Halide Lighting |
according to the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), high bay refers to higher ceilings, typically 25 feet and higher in height. Low bay on the other hand usually refers to ceilings with heights below 25 feet. Buildings with such large square footage as these also tend to have a ceiling structure formed from a steel framework with an interior subspace which forms the “bay”, thus this in conjunction with high or low ceiling height results in the designation of high or low b [...]