Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com Expands Lineup with Addition of Explosion Proof LED Light Tank Light

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Magnalight.com announced today the addition of the EPL-16C-1MLED-100 cart mounted LED tank light to its explosion proof lighting inventory. This tank light is approved for use in enclosed spaces and produces 10,000 lumens of light in a wide flood pattern. Designed with a removable 16 inch LED light head and wheeled non sparking aluminum cart, this light can be easily passed through standard sized manholes and entryways and produces enough illumination to cover 8,000 square feet of work space.

explosion proof LED cart for paint spray booths and hazardous location tanks

explosion proof LED cart for paint spray booths and hazardous location tanks

This is a relatively lightweight, very high powered explosion LED light cart for paint spray booths, tanks and other hazardous location areas

The Magnalight EPL-16C-1MLED explosion proof LED tank light provides operators in hazardous locations with an effective and versatile explosion proof lighting solution for confined spaces. The 16 inch diameter LED light head produces 10,000 lumens of light in a wide flood pattern and draws only 150 watts. This unit is multi-voltage capable and can be operated with 120VAC to 277 VAC. The wheeled cart is constructed of non sparking aluminum and includes 100 feet of explosion proof SOOW cord for convenient connection of the unit to power sources while providing high mobility. The Led light head can be adjusted through 360 degrees of rotation and 90 degrees of tilt providing users with an easily adjustable light source that can take the place of occasionally cumbersome explosion proof string lights. This unit’s 16 inch diameter LED light head is sized for passing easily through most standard sized manholes and can be removed from the cart, allowing the light head and cart to be passed separately through a manhole and the unit reassembled once inside. The LEDs used in this unit are rated at 60,000 hours of life and run much cooler than comparable halogen or metal halide lamps while lasting longer and drawing less power. This explosion proof tank light is rated Class 1 Div 1, Class 1 Div 2, Groups A, B, C, and D making it suitable for hazardous locations where flammable vapors, gases and dusts may be present and is ideal for use in the petrochemical and marine industries.

“This is a relatively lightweight, very high powered explosion LED light cart for paint spray booths, tanks and other hazardous location areas,” said Rob Bresnahan with magnalight.com. “When operators need a high powered, long life, portable light source or auxiliary lighting, this portable LED light cart offers a lot of benefits. We have developed this LED light cart so that it can be disassembled and passed through any common size manway and re-assembled inside the tank. In a few weeks, we will expand on this and make the cart itself collapsible, so that we can ship this unit via UPS small package. That will enable us to meet the Next Day Air requirement of many of our customers for a more reasonable pricing. While our metal halide tank lights like the EPL-24C-1X4-100 need to be pallet freight shipped, this explosion proof LED light cart offers comparable power, but in a lighter weight collapsible form factor that can be shipped for less money more quickly. Combined with 60,000 life hours, removable overspray protectors and integrated 100 foot cord and explosion plug, there are significant benefits to this LED hazardous location lighting solution for operators in all industries.”
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com carries an extensive line of explosion proof LED lights, hazardous location lights, intrinsically safe LED lights, portable explosion proof lights and intrinsically safe LED flashlights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire Magnalight line of explosion proof lighting at Magnalight.com. Magnalight can be reached directly by calling toll free, 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.

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