Hazardous facilities have unique lighting requirements compared to other applications. Lighting systems must create a functional environment that is safe and productive, providing necessary light levels without shadows and glare. Search our portfolio of hazardous lighting solutions to meet specific requirements for Class 1, 2 and 3 locations to complete your entire project. Precise optical control ensures flexible fixture replacement, with robust materials allowing fixtures to operate in a wide range of ambient temperatures.
Look to us for support and reliable products that will aid in safety, promote productivity, reduce energy costs, and have a positive impact on the environment. Leverage some of the world’s most respected brands in lighting and choose from a broad product portfolio to meet the needs of any hazardous environment. Explore our product recommendations for each space.
Hazardous ratings such as ingress protection (IP), hazardous classifications, and T-codes help you to understand what environmental factors a luminaire can withstand. Understanding this information can help you make the best lighting decisions for your hazardous environment.
As of May 6th, 2022, a UL 924 change is effective that obsoletes many industry-standard emergency solutions. This update requires emergency lighting control devices to be provided with an input signal indicating the presence of normal power. The nLight AIR EM emergency solution (EM) meets this requirement wirelessly.