Extreme Lighting for Hazardous Areas

Here at Industry Lighting, we have years of experience as a preferred supplier to the marine, oil and gas industry, where our focus on quality, service and safety remains at the heart of everything we do. The design and layout of hazardous area lighting is critically important and it’s crucial to ensure relevant certifications and specifications are adhered to alongside your requirements. Industry Lighting was born from years of experience and we are now on hand to assist with all of your hazardous area lighting requirements.

The term ‘hazardous area’ is often seen where flammable liquids, vapours, combustible dusts or gases are stored, where the likelihood of a fire or explosion is significantly higher. When consulting with a hazardous area lighting specialist, it’s important to ensure that your exact requirements are met.

Hazardous Area lighting can also improve workplace through the following:

  • Reducing trips and falls through LED lighting, using it to illuminate dark areas and stairways.
  • Illuminating workplace hazards such as heavy or dangerous equipment.
  • Protecting employees against crime and safety incidents.

Our range of hazardous area lighting solutions are designed, developed and certified in accordance with your individual project and regional requirements in mind.

IECEx – International Electromechanical Commission System for certification to standards relating to equipment for use in explosive atmospheres.

Atex –
 Regional European ATEX directives for equipment (94/9/EC) and worker protection (1999/92/EC) in potentially explosive atmospheres become mandatory for European installation from 1st July 2003.

UL – Underwriters Laboratories is an American safety consulting and certification company.  For North America, a classification system is used based upon the NEC 505 as published by the National Fire Protection Association. This system consists of Classes, Divisions, Groups and/or Zones and is designed to ensure equipment meets minimum standards, and easily match equipment and operational procedures to these conditions properly for safe operation.