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Hazardous area lighting webinar with Raytec

13 July 2020

Thorne & Derrick International, based in the UK, are Preferred Distributors and Stockists for the Raytec SPARTAN range of ATEX lighting using LED technology for the illumination of hazardous area locations and potentially explosive atmospheres.

SPARTAN Linear, manufactured in the North East of England by Raytec, offers the ideal LED lighting solution for new installations, or as a retrofit for existing fluorescent luminaires.

The Raytec webinar gives you a hands-on demonstration of their impressive SPARTAN Linear. They walk you through all the key features, and show you how easy it is to install and maintain. Hazardous area experts also answer product questions with a Q&A session. Watch the recording here.

SPARTAN is a full range of Ex LED luminaires and lighting approved for all ATEX and IEC Ex Zone 1 and Zone 2 hazardous area environments, including UL /CSA C1D2 installations. The hazardous area lighting products are designed for the most extreme environments – Flood, Linear, Bulkhead, Bay & Crane luminaires with emergency and industrial lighting versions are also available from Thorne & Derrick International.

Hazardous area lighting design

Thorne & Derrick’s hazardous area lighting design service is completely free of charge, providing you with a visual 3D representation of the final lighting solution, with detailed lux levels and a true indication of lighting performance. Our lighting design experts will guide you through the entire process, ensuring the optimum lighting solution is achieved.

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