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The Difference Between Explosion-proof Lights And safety Lights

Jan. 11, 2019

LED Explosion Proof Stainless Steel Lights are dangerous places for the presence of flammable gases and dusts. They can prevent arcs, sparks and high-temperature flammable gases and dusts in the surrounding environment, thus achieving explosion-proof requirements. Also known as explosion-proof lamps, explosion-proof lights. The general safety light and the appearance of the explosion-proof lamp are very similar. The main difference between the two is that there is an obvious explosion-proof electrical certificate number on the explosion-proof lamp. Explosion-proof signs are cast on the lamp housing, and the general safety lights do not have these features and signs.

For the selection of explosion-proof lamps, they are generally classified according to the selected light source, explosion-proof structure type and usage mode. According to the light source, there are Explosion Proof Flood Light, explosion-proof high-pressure mercury lamps, explosion-proof low-pressure fluorescent lamps, mixed light source lamps, etc.; according to the explosion-proof structure type, there are explosion-proof lamps, increased safety lamps, composite lamps, etc.; Explosion-proof lamps and portable explosion-proof lamps.

1, according to the explosion-proof type

According to the explosion-proof type, there are 5 main types of explosion-proof type, increased safety type, positive pressure type, non-sparking type and dust explosion-proof type. It can also be combined with other explosion-proof type and various types of explosion-proof type or composite type and special type. .

2, according to the type of protection against electric shock

According to the type of protection against electric shock, it can be divided into categories I, II and III. The anti-shock protection is to prevent the parts of the explosion-proof lamp housing from being easily touched, so that the human body is exposed to electric shock or conductors of different potentials to generate an electric spark to ignite the explosive mixture.

AI class - On the basis of basic insulation, connect the electrically conductive parts that are accessible during normal operation without electricity to the protective earthing conductors in the fixed line.

Class BII - Use double or reinforced insulation as a safety measure without grounding protection.

Class CIII - Use a safe voltage with an effective value of no more than 50v, and no higher than this voltage value will be generated.

Class D0 - rely solely on basic insulation as a safety measure.

Explosion Proof Flood Light