Explosion Proof Light West Durable Lighting Exdura Linear 72W – 4FT

SKU: EXDL72-4
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Explosion Proof Light Exdura Linear 72W is a LED explosion proof light that meets the Class 1 Division 2 hazardous area requirements.  At 9,100 Lumens, this light is one of the brightest in its series. With an operating voltage of 100-227 VAC, this powerful light is perfect to use in manufacturing and pharmaceuticals.

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Explosion Proof Light West Durable Lighting Exdura Linear 72W – 4FT

  • Class 1 Division 2
  • 9,100 Lumens
  • 4 ft.
  • 5 year warranty
  • UL listed
  • 24.25 lbs.

Explosion Proof Light Exdura Linear 72W is a LED explosion proof light that meets the Class 1 Division 2 hazardous area requirements.  At 9,100 Lumens, this light is one of the brightest in its series. With an operating voltage of 100-227 VAC, this powerful light is perfect to use in manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. Expect nothing but durability in its overall design with the use of the copper-free aluminum alloy. With a lifespan of >50,000 hours, this light will serve its purpose for many years.

Specifications:

Lumens:9100
Power Consumption:72W
CCT:5400-7000K
Beam Angle:150
Operating Voltage:100 - 277 VAC
Lifespan:Greater than 50,000 Hours
IP Grade:IP66
Body Construction:Copper-Free Aluminum Alloy
Dimensions:48” 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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    Save over 70% on electricity bill of lighting

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    The use of Explosion Proof Light Exdura Linear 72W is a very effective option if you wish to cut down the power bill but not compromising quality on your lights.

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