Larson Electronics Announces Release of T8HO Explosion Proof Paint Spray Booth Fluorescent Light

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Larson Electronics Magnalight announces the addition the EPL-48-2L-T8HO explosion proof paint spray booth light to its line of hazardous area lighting. The popular 4 foot 2 lamp Class 1 and Class 2 Division 1 fluorescent light is used for manufacturing and coating applications because of its T6 temperature and paint spray booth certification.

Larson Electronics Adds T8HO Explosion Proof Paint Spray Booth Fluorescent Light

Larson Electronics Adds T8HO Explosion Proof Paint Spray Booth Fluorescent Light

We were getting more requests for the T8HO fluorescent lamp, so we are now able to offer that in our most popular explosion proof fluorescent lights.

Larson Electronics added the T8HO lamp option to its EPL-48-2L line of Class 1 and Class 2 Division 1 paint spray booth fluorescent lights. The T8HO bulb option complements the T12HO, T5HO, T8 and LED options available for the EPL-48-2L series. The cast aluminum fixture is made in the USA and encapsulates each fluorescent lamp within a Pyrex tube. The cast aluminum ballast box encloses the T8HO ballast and the fixture can be pendant or surface mounted. The EPL-48-2L-T8HO ships with mounting brackets and lamps and is priced just under $700. A variety of accessories including the polycarbonate overspray shield and stainless steel wire guard are now available for the EPL-48-2L series.

“We were getting more requests for the T8HO fluorescent lamp, so we are now able to offer that in our most popular explosion proof fluorescent lights,” said Rob Bresnahan with Magnalight.com. “For customers looking towards the LED path, our EPL-48-2L-LED explosion proof LED light offers the same certifications and temperature rating in the same durable form factor.”

Larson Electronics manufactures a wide array of explosion proof lighting for paint spray booth applications. You can learn more by visiting Magnalight.com or calling 1-800-369-6671 (1-903-498-3363 international).

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