Hazardous location lighting

Thomas & Betts' XFM and DFP Series linear fluorescent fixtures provide installation at various angles.


Thomas & Betts' XFM and DFP Series linear fluorescent fixtures provide installation at various angles. Courtesy: Thomas & BettsThomas & Betts' Hazlux series now includes the XFM and DFP Series linear fluorescent fixtures, which provide installation at various angles. The XFM Series, designed for explosive atmosphere locations, features five different ½-in. NPT hub entries on each end that provide installers with options for various lighting angles. The DFP Industrial Series, designed for hazardous locations in industrial and wet environments (Class I, Div. 2), features optional mounting brackets that enable precise aiming in multiple angles. The DFP Series is available in two-, three-, four-, five-, and six-lamp options, all using a 3/16-in. tempered glass lens with acrylic and polycarbonate optional lenses. Lamps are not included with the DFP Series luminaires. Applications include chemical plants; paper mills; tunnels; water treatment facilities; seacoast locations; preparation, inspection, and sanding locations; machining locations; and coal and dust storage.

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