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Illuminate critical processes with these explosion-proof LED lights

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

The new explosion-proof Lumiglas Model USL08LED-EX (photo) is said to be the brightest sight-glass light available on the market at 50% brighter than its competitors. Employing LED light, Lumiglas delivers a service life that is ten times greater than typical halogen lights, with one-fifth of the energy consumption. These lights can be precisely tuned to correct color temperatures, eliminating the distorting yellow glow of halogen lights that can affect vessel inspection. These sturdy, compact lights are now available with up to 2,200 lumens at a color temperature of 6,200 K. Designed for combination light/sight port or separate light- and sight-port vessel applications, Lumiglas lights are also suitable for specific area lighting, including sight-flow indicators, instruments, control panels, valve manifolds, walkways and more. The explosion-proof lights are also moisture-proof and feature an advanced shock-resistant design. Lumiglas LED lights are UL 844 listed for Class I, Division 1 & 2, Groups C & D, and Division 2 Groups A & B applications. LED lights are approved for wet conditions, UL 1571 and carry IP65 rating for dust and waterjet tight protection. — LJ Star, Twinsburg, Ohio

www.ljstar.com

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