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Fluorescent Light Cart

Wed, 09/25/2013 - 10:39am

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The EPLC-24-4L Explosion Proof Fluorescent Light Cart from Larson Electronics is U.S./Canada U.L. approved Class 1 Division 1, Class 2 Division 1, and provides operators in hazardous locations with a powerful source of illumination that can be maneuvered to wherever lighting is needed.

This explosion proof light cart is designed to provide the same power and light quality as a standard fixed mount fluorescent fixture, but adds the mobility of a wheeled cart for added versatility. This light cart is suitable for paint booth applications where operators often need the ability to direct evenly distributed lighting onto irregularly shaped surfaces in order to obtain a fine finish.

The 2 ft.-long fluorescent light fixture on this light cart is constructed from non sparking aluminum and features Pyrex tube covers, integral ballast assemblies, aluminum reflectors with high gloss finish, and screw on end caps for relamping. The four fluorescent tubes are T5-HO units that provide a total of 8,000 lumens of light output with a 5,000k color temperature, making them suitable for applications where color rendering and clear contrasting is critical. Larson Electronics also offers optional T8 and high output fluorescent lamps as well as well as LED upgrade options for this cart.

The light cart is constructed from aluminum alloy with four solid non sparking wheels, and features a swiveling fixture mount that allows users to tilt the light fixture 270 degrees to obtain coverage regardless of angles. Larson Electronics also includes 50 ft. of SOOW cord fitted with a straight blade explosion proof plug for ample length and safe connections. Also included is an inline explosion proof switch rated Class 1 Division 1 which allows operators to control operation while inside a hazardous area.

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