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Temporary Lighting

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Temporary Lighting
Temporary Lighting
Temporary lighting equipment incorporates a broad variety of lighting solutions that are ideal for field work, construction and maintenance activities where permanent lighting is otherwise inconvenient or unavailable.

Temporary lighting equipment is durable, portable and tailored to meet specific industrial challenges. A variety of configurations are available to suit many different tasks: string lights are used to illuminate a specific path or portion the work area, area lighting provides bright light to an entire work area, and hand lamps are most effective when personnel need to illuminate an area when less portable solutions aren’t available.

Because temporary lighting is designed for field work and construction sites, most equipment includes various cages, covers or enclosures to protect lamps from weather, debris and impact. Different fixtures accept different lamp types, and other characteristics like lamp wattage, light output and cord length can be chosen depending on application requirements.

EVH Series Image
  • Built in metal reflector which eliminates glare and blinding, focusing all light on subject.
  • Protected by patented shock absorbers to withstand rough usage.
  • Enclosed ballast, remote from light source for easier handling and maneuverability.
  • Special rubber compound bumper guards and end caps combined with cast guard and metal rods, protecting against damage from falling objects, bumoing, or dropping.
  • Luminaires come complete with lamp(s) and cord.
  • The New EVH2625E and EVH2650E incorporate an electronic ballast in the handle for efficiency, cool operation and easy handling.
Portable handlamps and worklights can be used:
  • in areas made hazardous by the presence of flammable gases and vapors, combustible dusts or easily ignitable fibers & flyings.
  • in aircraft manufacturing and maintenance facilities, shipyards, refueling depots, storage tank cleaning, railcar manufacturing and maintenance facilities, refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, textile mills, grain elevators, pharmaceutical plants, sewage treatment plants and wastewater treatment plants.
  • during plant 'shut downs' for maintenance and installation requirements.
  • in any adverse adverse environment where portable lighting is preferred or required.
  • in locations where fixed lighting is not practical.
  • for task oriented lighting.
  • for emergency lighting applications.
  • when inspecting aircraft wing tanks, vats, process vessels, fuel tanks, etc.
EVH106 Series Image
  • Pressure connector terminals for portable cord
  • Light weight - 4 1/4 lbs.
  • Designed for rough service - swivel hook, ease in relamping
EVH106 is used:
  • as a portable handlamp in hazardous areas
  • in inspecting aircraft wing tanks, vats, process vessels, fuel tanks, etc.
VS Series Image
  • Enclosed and gasketed
  • Flexible cord or cable is attached through a watertight gland in the handle
  • Is of rugged construction
  • Clamp type guard available
  • Provision is made in the lamp receptacle for a third conductor to ground all non-current carrying metal parts
The incandescent VS portable hand lamps are used:
  • in wet or corrosive locations to exclude moisture, dirt, corrosive chemicals, etc.
  • where an incandescent lamp of up to 100 watts is required in a portable hand lamp
EVH Series Image
  • Built in metal reflector which eliminates glare and blinding, focusing all light on subject.
  • Protected by patented shock absorbers to withstand rough usage.
  • Enclosed ballast, remote from light source for easier handling and maneuverability.
  • Special rubber compound bumper guards and end caps combined with cast guard and metal rods, protecting against damage from falling objects, bumoing, or dropping.
  • Luminaires come complete with lamp(s) and cord.
  • The New EVH2625E and EVH2650E incorporate an electronic ballast in the handle for efficiency, cool operation and easy handling.
Portable handlamps and worklights can be used:
  • in areas made hazardous by the presence of flammable gases and vapors, combustible dusts or easily ignitable fibers & flyings.
  • in aircraft manufacturing and maintenance facilities, shipyards, refueling depots, storage tank cleaning, railcar manufacturing and maintenance facilities, refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, textile mills, grain elevators, pharmaceutical plants, sewage treatment plants and wastewater treatment plants.
  • during plant 'shut downs' for maintenance and installation requirements.
  • in any adverse adverse environment where portable lighting is preferred or required.
  • in locations where fixed lighting is not practical.
  • for task oriented lighting.
  • for emergency lighting applications.
  • when inspecting aircraft wing tanks, vats, process vessels, fuel tanks, etc.
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