Hazardous emergency lights are fully configurable units which can be outfitted for division 1 and division 2 conditions for any industrial location where flammable gas or vapors are present in the air at sufficent quantities to cause an explosion. Since internal electronics are known to spark, especially when compromised by fire or external concussion, the robust housing on HEL-C1 models are gasket-sealed to contain such sparking from interaction with explosive gases.
Such locations required to install hazardous lighting include natural gas refineries, spray finishing areas and large-scale dry cleaning facilities. Such hazardous locations are required to have
The HEL division 1 model has a copper-free cast aluminum shell while the division 2 design uses a fiberglass housing. Both are hermetically sealed to prevent explosive gases from leaking into the unit. All external hardware is corrosion-resistant stainless steel.
Class 1 Div 1 Emergency Light: 12-volt 20-watt Halogen MR16 lamps are enclose in an explosion proof clear polycarbonate sheild.
Class 1 Div 2 Emergency Light: 6-volt 9-watt Halogen PAR stye lamps, top-mounted and fully directional.
Sealed lead-calcium battery has a lifespan of 5 years if kept in a mean temperature range of 65°F (19°C) to 85°F (30°C).
Battery is trickle-charged from the building's alternatic current to ensure readiness seconds after a power outage occurs.
UL 924, UL 844, and UL 1604 Listed for use across the country and in the following conditions:
Three-year warranty on parts. Four-year prorated warranty on lead calcium battery. Five-year prorated warranty on nickel cadmium battery.
Interchangeable Lamp Heads - available in 9 to 25 watts
Mounting Options - brackets available for wall and ceiling mounted versions
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