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Emerson explains why converting from traditional lighting sources to LED improves safety, productivity, and long-term financial performance


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Emerson explains why converting from traditional lighting sources to LED improves safety, productivity, and long-term financial performance

hazardous locations

Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. hazardous locations articles below.


Retrofitting with LED Lighting

Emerson explains why converting from traditional lighting sources to LED improves safety, productivity, and long-term financial performance

G&G Super High Output Luminaires

G&G Industrial Lighting has developed a new LED board for the WPX harsh environment and HLX hazardous location series fixtures that has increased efficiency, now with up to 160 lumens per watt.

Passive Power Supply Adds CID1 Certification

Dialight announced CID1 Certification for its SafeSite 347V and 480V Passive Power Supply with a lumen range up to 27,000.

Emerson PlexPower Motor Starter

The Appleton PlexPower motor starter provides component level protection for off-the-shelf motor starters with a lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and stainless steel design.

IDEC EC2B HazLoc Control Stations & Enclosures

The EC2B Series line of enclosures, control stations, and accessories are UL certified for use in Zone 1 and 2 hazardous locations.

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