Specially developed hand lamps, tube lamps and work lamps that meet the requirements of potentially explosive environments are referred to as explosion-proof lamps. The term "explosive" is derived from the Latin abbreviation for "explosio" (explosion) and refers to devices designed to minimize the risk of explosions in hazardous atmospheric conditions. These hand lamps meet specific safety standards and certifications to be used in environments where flammable gases, vapors, mists or dusts may be present. Our selection of explosion-proof luminaires not only offers the highest levels of safety, but also innovative technologies to ensure efficient lighting in demanding environments. We place particular emphasis on ensuring our products meet the strictest industry standards so you can rely on reliable lighting solutions, even in the most challenging conditions.
ATEX hand lamps- with EX-protection
ATEX LED tube luminaires - with EX protection
ATEX LED luminaires - 360° illumination with EX protection
ATEX LED floodlights & mobile work light solutions with EX protection
AccuLux lights - with EX protection
Explosion-proof hand lamps and machine lights:
Explosion-proof luminaires are used in environments where potentially explosive atmospheres can occur. These atmospheres can be caused by flammable gases, vapors, mist or dust. The use of explosion-proof luminaires is crucial to minimize the risk of explosions in such environments. Here are some typical areas of application for explosion-proof lights:
- Chemical industry: In facilities where flammable chemicals are processed, the use of explosion-proof lights is important to ensure safety.
- Petrochemical plants: Oil and gas processing plants, refineries and similar facilities can have explosive atmospheres, which is why explosion-proof luminaires are required in these environments.
- Mining: In mines where combustible dust may be present, explosion-proof lights are essential to reduce the risk of explosions.
- Energy production: Explosion-proof luminaires are required in power plants, particularly in areas where flammable materials are used.
- Oil and gas exploration: Explosion-proof lights are necessary for drilling, on production platforms or in storage facilities for flammable substances.
- Food and beverage industry: In areas where combustible dust may occur, explosion-proof lights are used to ensure safety.
- Aerospace: Explosion-proof luminaires are required in certain areas of aircraft maintenance facilities or space facilities where explosive atmospheres can arise.
The use of explosion-proof lights is therefore essential in environments where there is a risk of explosions caused by flammable gases, vapors, mist or dust. This helps make workplaces safer and minimizes the risk of accidents.