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LED Explosion Proof Lighting

Explosion proof lighting or hazardous locations luminaires , are used in environments where flammable gases or combustible dusts exist. These special lights have to be tested and approved by strict regulations in different regions.
NJZ Lighting, as the leading manufacturer for hazardous location luminaires, is now making and supplying a complementary line of explosion-proof lights. 

Hazardous Location / C1D2 C2D1

LED Hazardous Location Lighting Warrior™ NJZ-FEL-D Series


DETAILS: Bay Area
Hazardous Location / C1D2 C2D1

LED Hazardous Location Lighting Thunder™ FEL-M Series


DETAILS: High Bay Flood
Explosion proof / C1D2 C2D1 / Zone 1 Zone 21

LED Explosion Proof Lighting Defender™ FEL-C Series


DETAILS: Bay Flood
Atex Zone 1, Zone 21

LED Explosion Proof Lighting Defender™ FEL-B Series


DETAILS: Low Bay High Bay
Explosion proof / C1D1 C1D2 C2D1

LED Hazardous Location Lighting Hammer™ FEL-H Series


DETAILS: Low Bay Area
Hazardous Location / C1D2 C2D1

LED Hazardous Location Lighting Ranger™ FEL-E Series


DETAILS: UL ATEX
Explosion proof / C1D2 C2D1

LED Explosion Proof Lighting Knight™ FEL-I Series


DETAILS: C1D1 Emergency
Atex Zone 1, Zone 21

Explosion Proof Linear Lighting Archer™ FEL-G Series


DETAILS: Zone 1 Emergency

Note:
In North American regions, UL844 is the official approval for these explosion-proof lights, under UL844 regulations, different hazardous locations are defined by Class and Division systems like Class I Division 1 or Class I Division 2, Class II Division 1 or Class II Division 2.
While in European regions, ATEX or IECEx is officially required certificate, different hazardous locations usually defined as different zones like Gas environment can be divided into zone 0 , zone 1 and zone 2, Dust environment can be divided into zone 20, zone 21 and zone 22.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is explosion proof lighting?

Explosion-proof lighting or hazardous locations luminaires , are used in environments where flammable gases or combustible dusts exist. These special lights have to be tested and approved by strict regulations in different regions. 

What are the difference between UL and Atex explosion proof standards?

In North American regions, UL844 is the official approval for these explosion-proof lights, under UL844 regulations, different hazardous locations are defined by Class and Division systems like Class I Division 1 or Class I Division 2, Class II Division 1 or Class II Division 2. While in European regions, ATEX or IECEx is officially required certificate, different hazardous locations usually defined as different zones like Gas environment can be divided into zone 0 , zone 1 and zone 2, Dust environment can be divided into zone 20, zone 21 and zone 22.

Where are explosion proof lights used?

Explosion proof lighting can be used in locations made hazardous by the presence of flammable vapors or gases or combustible dusts as defined by the NEC. Such as power plants, heavy industrials storage, facility, paper mills wastewater treatment, plants lading docks, platforms, shipyards, chemical processing facility petrochemical and processing facility.

Where are explosion proof lighitng used?

At the basic level, explosion proof lighting is equipment designed to prevent the ignition of flammable or explosive materials, gases, or vapors. Lighting is one of the most commonly encountered electrical devices in any type of workplace and the types of lighting used can range from high power permanent fixtures to a common flashlight used for portable illumination. Every type of light used in a hazardous location must be explosion proof certified regardless of its size or type. Since lighting

What is the difference between class 1 and class 2?

Class I locations are those in which inflammable gases or vapors are or may be present in sufficient quantities to produce explosive or flammable mixtures. Class II locations are those that are hazardous because of the presence of combustible dust.

What are the advantages of LED explosion-proof lights?

1.Higher efficiency: Lighting effect of ex-proof high sodium light is about 6lm/w while LED explosion proof lights have reached 140 lm/w, the better lighting effect, with less energy cost, less joint and wire, less danger.
2.Longer working time: The theory working time of led Explosion proof light source is more than 100,000hrs, and its actual working time is 50,000h(five years constantly).
3.More Safe: the power driver of led explosion proof light is generally DC6-36V, prevent electric shock accident fundamentally, with no spark, less emitting heat, shock resistance, vibration resistance, led solid cold source have high explosion proof performance.
4.Environmental friendly: LEDs are made from non toxic materials, unlike fluorescent lighting that uses mercury that may pose a danger to the environment. LED’s are also recyclable.

Explosion Proof Lighting Application

Explosion proof lighting are applied to area where there are high enough concentrations of combustible materials in the air to cause a fire or explosion. This could be in the form of a gas (e.g. natural gas, ethanol, toluene, etc), a dust (e.g. grain, flour, coal, etc), or even a fibre.