Our team completed a replacement of 1 No 150 watt LED Floodlight that is Atex Certified.
In February 2021 we visited our customers site and looked at their outdoor, hazardous area light fittings which we could confirm were faulty and required a complete replacement as a new lamp still did not fix the issue.
This meant that our team supplied and installed 1 No 150 watt LED floodlight fitting to replace the existing faulty Atex certified well glass fitting. We were able to prove that this light fitting did not require to be Atex certified as it is located outside of the hazardous area.
If you would like to find out more about how our friendly team of experts can help you enhance the safety of your hazardous area, call us on 01562 750804, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the meantime, view our hazardous area services by clicking here.
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