LDPI™s Industrial Inspection
Eau Claire, WI LDPI Lighting has announced availability of a broad series of inspection lighting fixtures and carts specifically designed for standardized and specialized use in hazardous, industrial and commercial work areas.
Included in the series are permanent fixtures for hazardous locations. Available in 4-ft. and 8-ft. lengths, the fixtures are especially well suited for paint spray area inspections. They are constructed from a cold-rolled steel one-piece housing and finished with a Specular Polished Reflector. The fixture™s lens design creates a well-defined lamp image using light and dark contrasts, which easily detects paint defects.
LDPI™s versatile 4-ft. two fixture and three fixture inspection light carts provide portable lighting solutions for applications ranging from paint and assembly inspection to laboratory and general industrial task lighting. Light fixtures are mounted either vertically or horizontally (horizontal mounting available only on two fixture cart), and are attached with swivel mounting brackets, enabling precise aiming of light.
Other portable models in LDPI™s inspection lighting series include portable lighting carts that will accommodate three or four inspection light fixtures, and a one fixture inspection lighting cart.
LDPI Lighting manufactures and markets a broad range of fluorescent, incandescent and HID lighting fixtures for industrial and commercial applications. LDPI specializes in illuminating areas where special circumstances exist, including explosive, hazardous, corrosive, or wet/damp environments.
For additional information on LDPI™s inspection lighting series, contact a LDPI representative or the company™s worldwide headquarters at 800 Wisconsin Street, Eau Claire, WI 54703; or call 800-854-0021. Emails can be sent to email@example.com. The company™s website is www.ldpi-inc.com
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