Explosion Proof Light West Durable Lighting Exdura Linear 56W – 4FT

SKU: EXDL56-4
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Explosion Proof Light Exdura Linear 56W is certified for Class 1 Division 2 hazardous area use.  Powered by 7,000 Lumens, this explosion proof light is 5X brighter than ordinary LED light. With an operating voltage of 100-227 VAC, this light is used commonly in manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. IP66 IP Grade and UL listed. Body is made of aluminum alloy and is designed to be lightweight yet extremely rugged.

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Explosion Proof Light West Durable Lighting Exdura Linear 56W – 4FT

  • Class 1 Division 2
  • 7,000 Lumens
  • 4 ft.
  • 5 year warranty
  • UL listed

Explosion Proof Light Exdura Linear 56W is certified for Class 1 Division 2 hazardous area use.  Powered by 7,000 Lumens, this explosion proof light is 10X brighter than ordinary LED light. With an operating voltage of 100-227 VAC, this light is used commonly in manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. IP66 IP Grade and UL listed. Body is made of aluminum alloy and is designed to be lightweight yet extremely rugged.

Specifications:

Lumens:7000
Power Consumption:56W
CCT:5400-7000K
Beam Angle:150
Operating Voltage:100 - 277 VAC
Lifespan:Greater than 50,000 Hours
IP Grade:IP66
Body Construction:Aluminum Alloy
Dimensions:Length Option x 5.4” x 3.4”
Weight:24.25 lbs

Mounting Types:

  • Pipe Clamp
  • Wall Mount
  • Stanchion Mount
  • Clamp Mount
  • Ceiling Mount
  • Pendant Mount

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  1. Offshore RigMan88

    Safety and quality guaranteed.

    Offshore RigMan88

    Waterproof and Explosion-proof for all conditions. Backed up by a 5 year warranty.

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