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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. 

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's the difference between C1D1 and C1D2?

Marine engine rooms, commercial paint booths, chemical storerooms, grain silos, tank farms; what do they all have in common? Each and every one of these is a potential bomb waiting to go off. Under certain conditions and with the right combination of circumstances, the possibility of a catastrophic explosion occurring becomes a near certainty.

HAZLOC Lighting Equipment certificate?

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 are different types of explosion proof lights?

Marine engine rooms, commercial paint booths, chemical storerooms, grain silos, tank farms; what do they all have in common? Each and every one of these is a potential bomb waiting to go off. Under certain conditions and with the right combination of circumstances, the possibility of a catastrophic explosion occurring becomes a near certainty.

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

How does explosion proof lighting work?

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 are Explosion Proof Lighting?

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

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.