Shat-R-Shield Hazardous Locations Incoplas Hybrid

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August 13, 2021

The Incoplas® LED Hybrid is a durable multi-purpose and corrosion-resistant LED lighting solution that can be used in heavy industrial applications where hazardous location lighting is required.

Certifications

Class 1:

Flammable Gases and Liquids

Division 2: The hazardous atmosphere is only available infrequently (i.e. in case of spill).

Groups A, B, C, D: Includes acetylene, hydrogen and similar gases to it, plus common flammable substances such as butane, gasoline, natural gas and propane.

Class 2:

Dust

Division 2: The hazardous atmosphere is only available infrequently (i.e. in case of spill)

Groups F, G: Group F conains dusts consisting of or containing carbon or its compounds (i.e. coal), and Group G dusts are non-conductive dusts (i.e. grain, wood or plastic).

Class 3:

Fibers or Flyings

Contains easily ignitable fibers or flyings, but the concentration of these fibers or flyings are not suspending in the air in such quantities that would produce ignitable mixtures.

Specifications:

• Watts: 45, 90

• Lumen Output: Up to 5,600 (45W); Up to 11,200 (90W)

• CCT: 4000K, 5000K

• Voltage: 120-277V

• L70> 60,000; Projected: 100,000+

• CRI: 70+

• Lens: Clear or Frosted (Optional: Laminated Glass)

• Dimming: 0-10V

• Weight: 7.5 pounds

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