RAB Lighting HAZBLED26CF-DG HAZLED 26W Cool LED Wall Bracket with Clear Flat Lens and Die-Cast Guard, 5100 K, Gray
October 21, 2017  |  Outdoors

RAB Lighting HAZBLED26CF-DG HAZLED 26W Cool LED Wall Bracket with Clear Flat Lens and Die-Cast Guard, 5100 K, Gray
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RAB Lighting HAZBLED26CF-DG HAZLED 26W Cool LED Wall Bracket with Clear Flat Lens and Die-Cast Guard, 5100 K, Gray

UL 844: Electric lighting fixtures for use in hazardous (classified) locations UL 1598: Electric lighting fixtures for use in non-hazardous locations UL 8750: Light Emitting Diode (LED) Light Sources for Use in Lighting Products Hazardous Location Classifications: Class I: A hazardous location in which flammable gases or vapors may be present in the air in sufficient quantities to be explosive or ignitable, such as petroleum refineries, aircraft hangars, dry cleaning plants, utility gas plants or storage areas for liquified petroleum or natural gas, and spray finishing areas. Division 2: Abnormal condition, where igniteable concentrations of flammable gases, vapors or liquids are not like to exist under normal operating conditions, for example: Closed storage drums containing flammable liquids in an inside storage room would not normall allow the hazardous vapors to escape into the atmosphere. But if one of the containers is leaking, you’ve got an abnormal condition. Groups A – D: The gases and vapors of Class 1 locations are broken into four groups by the Code: A,B,C, and D. These materials are grouped according to the ignition temperature of the substance, its explosion pressure, and other flammable characteristics. Group A – The only substance in group A is acetylene because it is a gas with extremely high explosion pressures. Group B – This group includes hydrogen and other materials with similar characteristics. Group C & D – The most usual Class 1 groups. They comprise the greatest percentage of all Class I hazardous locations. Found in Group C is ethylene. Found in Group D are many of the most common flammable substances such as butane, gasoline, natural gas and propane.

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