Dialight LED Lighting ABS Certified for Marine Applications

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013
LED Oil Platform Lighting: Photo credit Dialight

Dialight announce that four of its industry leading LED fixture lines have achieved Design Assessment Certification by the American Bureau of Shipping for compliant use in ABS classified marine vessels, offshore drilling rigs, platforms and other marine applications.

 Dialight say it is among the first in the industry to have such a broad line of products achieve this certification for use in both U.S. and international waters.

Dialight’s industry leading LED lighting fixtures now certified with ABS Steel Vessel Rules and ABS MODU Rules for Marine Offshore Drilling Units (MODU) include various lumen and Wattage packages for their High Bay, Area Light, Linear and Wallpack/Bulkhead fixture types.  Within the available line of certified products includes fixtures certified for:
•    UL1598/A
•    Class I, Div 1
•    Class I, Div 2
•    Class II, Div 1
•    Class II, Div 2
•    ATEX/IECEx Zone 1
•    ATEX/IECEx Zone 2

“ABS certification is the standard of design excellence for marine and off-shore classified vessels,” said Roy Burton, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “Dialight’s ability to offer a comprehensive line of lighting solutions to meet ABS requirements not only validates the technical superiority of our products, but also gives our customers a broader line of the industry’s most dependable LED lighting to choose from and work a single supplier to streamline procurement.”

www.dialight.com


 

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