Announces Addition of Explosion Proof and Corrosion Resistant LED Strobe Light with Non-Metallic Housing

Share Article announced today the addition of an explosion proof LED strobe light with non-metallic housing designed to resist the damaging effects of corrosive chemicals, vapors and salt water. The HAL-SLED-10 explosion proof LED strobe light features high output LED illumination and a high strength polycarbonate housing which allows it to outperform incandescent strobes while providing excellent protection against rust and corrosion in damaging hazardous environments. Available with a variety of mounting, power and light color options, these units are ideal for power plants, offshore use, and hazardous locations where corrosive compounds and atmospheres are frequently encountered.

Vapor proof and water proof led strobe light beacon

Hazardous Area Location LED Strobing Beacon Light Fixture

The chemical resistant housing of this LED beacon makes it ideal for industrial applications where gases and vapors may be present while providing exceptional light output from the low wattage LED strobing bulb.

The HAL-SLED-10 Chemical Resistant LED Strobe Light from is designed to provide high visibility and maximum resistance to the effects of damaging corrosive chemicals, gases, vapors and salt water environments. With a housing constructed of heavy duty polycarbonate and a protective Pyrex lamp globe, this explosion proof strobe light will not rust or corrode when exposed to corrosive chemicals or marine environments. Fitted with a high output 10 watt LED bulb, these strobe lights provide a highly visible flash that is ideal for use as a warning or indicator signal and are well suited to use within industrial or offshore oil platform applications where high visibility under dusty, clouded, or foggy atmospheric conditions is important.

The LED lamp used in these units adds further value through their 50,000 hour operational life which reduces maintenance costs, and the ability to produce a variety of colors without the need for colored lamp lenses. Traditional colored strobe lights use a bulb or lens cover that is treated with a colored film, reducing lamp output and effectiveness. These LED strobe lights produce their colored light natively, meaning there is no colored film on the bulb or lamp cover to reduce light output. Operators can choose from a variety of color options including white, blue, green, amber and red output according to their needs.

These high power LED strobe lights come standard in a ceiling mount design and can be ordered in optional wall, or pendant mounting configurations as well for added mounting versatility. Voltage options include low voltage 12 or 24 volt configurations and 120 to 240 VAC configurations for use with standard and high voltage AC current. Approvals and certifications for this explosion proof strobe light include a Class 1 Division 2 explosion proof approval, UL595 and 1570/1571 marine and wet location approval, NEMA4x, and USCG acceptance. These highly durable LED strobe lights are ideal for petrochemical plants, offshore oil platforms, industrial chemical processing plants, and anywhere a signal light solution with high visibility and excellent corrosion resistance is desired.

“This Hazardous Location LED Strobe Light’s heavy duty construction and durability is a great solution for wet locations such as marine environments and hose down areas with hazardous requirements,” said Robert Bresnahan of Larson Electronics “The chemical resistant housing of this LED beacon makes it ideal for industrial applications where gases and vapors may be present while providing exceptional light output from the low wattage LED strobing bulb.”

Larson Electronics’ Magnalight produces a wide range of intrinsically safe LED lights, explosion proof LED work lights, portable LED lights, explosion proof flashlights and LED trouble lights. The entire Magnalight line of explosion proof lighting can be viewed by visiting You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more about all of Magnalights’ lighting products or call 1-214-616-6180 for international inquires.

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