Larson’s Magnalight.com Introduces Explosion-Proof Halogen

Press Release
Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Magnalight.com has announced the addition of the EPL-QP-1X150-100 explosion-proof halogen light tower to its extensive line of explosion-proof lighting equipment. The portable tower and removable lamp assembly design of this tower provides versatile operating options, and a simple halogen lamp provides effective yet economical illumination.

Providing 1,500 square feet of work area coverage with 1,520 lumens of light output, this affordable tower light provides reliable illumination and convenient portability in an easy to deploy lighting package.

Equipped with a 150 watt halogen bulb, which produces illumination in a wide flood pattern, the explosion-proof lamp housing on this unit is suitable for wet areas and marine environments and tested to 500 hours of salt spray exposure, in accordance with MIL-F-8115C military specifications. The lamp housing is a pedestal mount design, constructed of powder-coated cast aluminum, adjustable through 135° of vertical movement, and can be removed from the tower and used independently as a portable area light. The tower is constructed of non-sparking aluminum with four foldable legs, which  can be retracted and folded into place along the main tower mast for easy takedown and transport. This unit can be extended from 5 feet to 12 feet in height to provide precise work area coverage and built for strength with a 2-inch square aluminum center support mast and legs constructed of 1.5 inch square aluminum tubing.

This unit is designed to allow operators to simply remove the lamp assembly and utilize it as a standard pedestal light for areas where a tower is not desired or needed, allowing this unit to serve over a wide variety of work applications with equal effectiveness. Included with this light tower is 100 feet of 16/3 black SOOW  cord, fitted with an ECP 1523 5-15P explosion-proof straight blade plug for secure connection to power sources and plenty of length for moving the unit about the work space, as needed. This light tower operates on standard 120VAC power. 
 

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