The National Electrical Code (NEC) defines hazardous locations as those areas "where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dust, or ignitable fibers or flyings." Whether you work near flammable dust or flammable vapors, there is a Saf-T-Lite® hazardous location light for you.
A "Class I Location" is created by the presence of flammable gases or vapors in the air in sufficient quantities to be explosive or ignitable. When these materials are found in the atmosphere, a potential for explosion exists if an electrical or other source of ignition is present. Typical Class I locations include:
A second type of hazardous location is called "Class II Location". This classification is created by the presence of combustible dust in the air in sufficient quantities to be explosive or ignitable. Typical Class II locations include:
We manufacture a number of different designs, ensuring our customers can always find a suitable solution to their lighting needs. Features such as rotating hooks and rough service bulbs, make sure that our lights provide the versatility to meet working requirements of any job. Our lights also have been designed with a corrosion resistant outer shell, impact protections, and internal mechanisms which make them explosion proof.
Is risking your life worth a few bucks in savings? Our products are not the cheapest in the market, but they are certainly the highest quality you will find. We never skimp on the quality of the materials we use in our products. Saf-T-Lite Explosion Proof lights are manufactured in the U.S. to the highest possible standards; all models comply with U.S. safety regulations for illumination in Class 1 areas and some models are also rated for use in Class 2 hazardous areas.
With decades of successful manufacturing experience behind us, we are proud of our reputation for high-quality products that offer uncompromising performance when you need it most. To find out more about our Hazardous Location Lighting, place an order, or obtain details of a local supplier, call us at (260) 824-3627.