What are Hazardous Locations? Industries that process, use or manufacture materials that may give rise to flammable atmospheres have Hazardous Location areas. Examples of flammable materials included: gas, mist, liquid, dusts or even small fibers that are potentially explosive in nature. Typical industries include: Oil and Gas, Petrochemical Refining and Processing, Fuel Storage, Chemical Manufacturing, and Power Generation. Other industries include: Car Manufacturing, Water Treatment, Pharmaceutical, Distilleries, Food Manufacturers, Aviation, Military, and Blast & Paint.
Why use Hazardous Location Lighting? Lighting used in these HazLoc areas must be certified as safe to use according to OSHA regulations. Special wiring, electrical components, and structural integrity must be used for safety purposes. Hazardous Location Lighting from Western Technology are certified and safely provide light where you need it — even under the harshest indoor and outdoor conditions. The TOUGHEST portable Class I Div 1, Class II, and Class III certified hazardous LED lighting available.
Visit the OSHA Website for more information on Hazardous (classified) locations: [ Click Here ]