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LED Blasting Gun Light

Thu, 01/24/2013 - 9:39am

Kemp, TX - has introduced a compact and powerful LED blasting light designed to provide extreme durability and cordless hands free operation. The Larson Electronics BLG-LED-4 Intrinsically Safe Blasting Light provides long run times on a single set of alkaline batteries while providing enough power to cut through dusty media blasting conditions. UL and IECEx/ATEX intrinsically safe approved and able to withstand abusive industrial working conditions, this light is ideal for media blasting operators who need a compact yet powerful blasting light that can illuminate the work area even through dirty working conditions. The Larson Electronics BLG-LED-4 intrinsically safe LED blasting light provides cordless and hands free operation in a compact and powerful LED blasting light package that mounts directly to blasting guns. This LED blasting light is designed to be mounted to any standard blasting gun and features battery powered operation for convenient cord free operation and a replaceable heavy duty protective lens to protect the lamp assembly against the damaging effects of media blasting.  Features include a heavy duty mounting system which includes all the necessary mounting hardware, a replaceable protective lens, 4 watt LED lamp producing 90 lumens, Class 1, Division 1 Groups A,B,C,D, Class 2, Division 1 Groups E,F,G approval, and international  IECEx Exia IIC T4 iaD T135C Ga, Da and ATEX II1GD Exia IIC T4 iaD T135C approvals.  The beam produced by the LED light assembly is intense and tightly focused, giving it the power to cut through the dusty and grimy conditions created while operating a blasting gun and illuminate the work surface for precise and effective aiming and control.  The mounting assembly is constructed of aluminum and stainless steel hardware for light weight and durability, and the lamp housing is constructed of high impact nylon for resistance to impacts and vibrations.

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