Stars and Stripes Lighting's selection of hazardous location LED high bays provide a powerful and energy-efficient lighting solution for use in some of the most hazardous, high-ceiling commercial and industrial applications. These Class I Division 2 luminaries help minimize the risk of fire and explosion in a variety of application such as manufacturing settings, oil refineries/rigs/offshore platforms, petroleum plants and pumping stations, as well as mining operations, food and distilling production sites, storage facilities, and more. At the same time, these fixtures supply these demanding environments with long life, energy-saving, and low-maintenance LED lighting.
Designed for use in locations that contain potentially explosive gases and vapors, our selection of LED hazardous location high bays help protect against possible power surges and sparks in a variety of different ways. These fixtures secure their wiring from within and utilize hard conduit in the construction of their pendant and yoke mounting accessories, which helps further protect their wiring from getting damaged. They also feature a T4 rating that ensures the fixture's low operating temperature, helping to further reduce the risk of igniting vapors or gases in the atmosphere. With an IP66 rating, these fixtures are also protected against the intrusion of high-pressure water, dust, or other particles that could potentially be present in harsh commercial and industrial applications.
Our selection of LED hazardous location high bay lights are available in a 5000K color temperature with 150-watt and 200-watt versions that are designed to deliver powerful, efficient light output. These corrosion-resistant fixtures feature a shatterproof tempered glass lens for enhanced durability, allowing it to operate in temperatures ranging from -4ºF to 104ºF, making them a reliable lighting solution built to withstand the harshest of environmental conditions. With a 50,000-hour rated life expectancy and 5-year manufacturer's warranty, these LED hazardous location high bays are designed to last for years to come.