Portable explosion-proof spider box

Larson Electronics' EPL-SBO-120-10XLV explosion-proof portable power distribution system is a spider box designed to provide operators with multiple outlets in areas where receptacles are limited.

07/06/2016


Larson Electronics' EPL-SBO-120-10XLV explosion proof portable power distribution system is a spider box designed to provide operators with multiple outlets in areas where receptacles are limited. Courtesy: Larson Electronics

Larson Electronics' EPL-SBO-120-10XLV explosion-proof portable power distribution system is a spider box designed to provide operators using 120 V equipment in hazardous locations with multiple outlets in areas where receptacles are limited. This wheeled power distribution system allows operators to safely operate up to 4,000 W of lighting and electrical equipment within Class 1, Division 1 areas. This unit includes ten 12 V twist-lock receptacles rated at 20 A. Operators provide 120 V power from inside or outside the hazardous location to the 4,000 W spider box with the provided 25' SOOW cable terminated in a 20 A explosion-proof plug. Rotating front casters provide mobility and run flat rear tires, allowing operators to wheel this temporary transformer between job sites within the hazardous environment.

Larson Electronics

 

www.larsonelectronics.com 

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