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 In an environment with explosive hazardous location stipulated by the US ANSI National Standard, the location with combustible gas, vaporized or liquid combustible material.

According to the classification of organic flammable and explosive gases , vaporized and evaporated flammable and explosive liquids, it can be divided into 10 categories: alkane, alkene, alkyne, ether, benzene, alcohol, aldehyde, ketone, ester, and polymer. 

Read more: Class I Hazardous Location Lighting

Dust explosion means that Flammable Dust meets the heat source (open flame or high temperature) within the limits of explosion, and the flame spreads instantaneously throughout the entire mixed dust space. The chemical reaction speed is extremely fast. At the same time, a large amount of heat is released, forming a very high temperature and very With great pressure, the system's energy is converted into mechanical energy and light and heat radiation, and it has a strong destructive power.

Read more: Class II & III Hazardous Location Lighting

This Article is for UL / CUL Hazardous Location Lighting of South America, including UL1598, UL844  Hazardous Location Safe Regulations.

Safety regulations for UL1598 general area lamps

All products:

Risk of Fire

Risk of Electric Shock

Read more: UL / CUL Hazardous Location Lighting for South America
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