We are very pleased to be a part of the film and entertainment industry.
Kemp, Texas (PRWEB) April 18, 2014
Further adding to Larson Electronics’ popular appearances on television and on the big screen, Paramount Pictures have chosen the HALP-24-2L to appear in an upcoming episode of CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles. Larson Electronics’ line of industrial grade lighting products have proven to be a popular choice among set designers and film production companies due to their high performance and modern designs which lend themselves well to the production of today’s action and sci-fi thrillers.
The HALP-24-2L hazardous area fluorescent light fixture is designed for use in wet areas and saltwater-marine environments where corrosion resistance is critical to equipment longevity and safety. This Class 1 Division 2 rated fixture is constructed of non-corrosive materials including a polyester housing reinforced with glass fiber, a poured in gasket for reliable sealing and an impact resistant acrylic diffuser. Corrosion resistant stainless steel latches secure the lamp cover to the housing and provide a firm lock against the poured in seal to prevent drips and water intrusion. This fixture carries a UL 1598A outdoor marine rating and meets US Coast Guard specifications. This lamp is ideal for hazardous areas where corrosion resistance is mandatory and space limitations require a compact lighting solution.
“We are very pleased to be a part of the film and entertainment industry,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “It is always fun to see our products being used on screen.”
Larson Electronics manufactures and distributes a full line of industrial and military grade LED lights and infrared and ultraviolet LED lighting equipment. Larson Electronics has also expanded by adding film and entertainment lighting categories to better serve the filming industries. To learn more about Larson Electronics lighting equipment, visit their website at larsonelectronics.com or contact them at 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.