Paramount’s Hazardous Lighting, supplying exceptional illumination for extreme conditions…

 

HAZARDOUS  LOCATION  LIGHTING

We manufacture luminaires for specific Hazardous locations. These Paramount models are constructed with heavy-duty materials and sealants to ensure high integrity. The National Electric Code outlines requirements for luminaires where combustible or explosive hazards may exist. Locations are classified by the properties of the flammable materials and the degree of hazard.

Harmond Yard | Croton-on-Hudson, NY | Train Maintenance Facility | C4 & C5 Series Craft Lites® (click photo for more info)

 

Our luminaires are suitable for:

  • Class I, Division 2
    Locations where flammable gases or vapors, normally contained or insufficiently present, may become present in explosive or ignitable quantities by accident.
  • Class II, Division 2
    Locations where combustible dusts, normally contained or insufficiently present, may become present in explosive or ignitable quantities by accident.
  • Class III
    Locations where easily ignitable fibers may be present. Our Class III luminaires carry a Class II, Division 2 label from UL.

 

Misawa Air Base | Japan | Military Lighting | HS2 Series Techniseal® (click photo for more info)

 

To specify the proper luminaire, be sure to use the appropriate prefix:

  • H Prefix luminaires are for Class I, Division 2 and Class II, Division 2 locations.
  • Z – Prefix luminaires are for Class I, Division 2 locations only.

Hazardous Location Technical Information

Paramount Industries, Inc. manufactures LED, Fluorescent and HID luminaires listed by Underwriters Laboratories as suitable for use in the following classified environments:

  • Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D (H OR Z Prefix)
  • Class II, Division 2, Groups  F & G (H Prefix)
  • Class III, Divisions 1 & 2 (H Prefix)

Please note that equipment suitable for one class and group is not necessarily suitable for any other class and group. To protect against explosions in hazardous locations, all luminaires exposed to the hazardous atmospheres are required to be suitable for each location. Do not take for granted that luminaires suitable for Class I use are also suitable for Class ll use. Grain dust, for example, will ignite at a temperature lower than most flammable vapors.

 

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Service Area | Oakland, CA | Maintenance Pit Lighting | C4 Series Craft Lites® (click photo for more info)
NASA | Edwards AFB | X-15 Rocket Plane testing (June 8, 1960 explosion) | C8 Series Craft Lites® (click photo for more info)

 

  • To learn more about Paramount’s Hazardous Lighting, click  HERE
  • For a list of all available Hazardous Luminaires, click  HERE
  • To view Hazardous Lighting application photos, click  HERE
  • To view Paramount’s Hazardous Location Definitions, click  HERE
  • For a Specialized Environment Lighting video, click  HERE
  • For Paramount’s “Manufactured in the USA” details, click  HERE
  • To learn more about Paramount’s long, innovative history, click  HERE 

 


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