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RAB: LED Floodlight Solutions for Hazardous Environments

Designed to perform in areas with hazardous vapor and gases, the HAZFFLED LED floodlight is certified for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D and has a temperature rating of T4A or higher, depending on the model. 

The HAZFFLED floodlight is available in five wattages—everything from 30W to 200W—for use in countless applications on a single site, and its wide, 7H x 6V NEMA spread is versatile enough for multi-purpose use. 5000K color temperature maximizes visibility to promote a safer environment. 

The HAZFFLED is available with multiple accessories including hoods, wire guards and an adjustable arm.

The HAZFFLED LED floodlight is ideal for use in petroleum refineries, fuel servicing areas, utility gas plants, dry cleaning plants, aircraft hangars and more.

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