HAZARDOUS AREA LIGHTING AUSTRALIA
Hazardous Area Lights
EX Engineering has extensive experience with all manner of lighting and light fixtures suitable for gas and dust hazardous area locations.
Whether it’s Zone 1/2 or 21/22 hazardous area lighting you need, EX Engineering has IECEx rated lighting solutions to suit a range of industries. These include increased safety, non-sparking, encapsulated and explosion proof lighting, LED’s, light fixtures and floodlights. More specifically, we can help with:
- Various types and functions of hazardous area lighting, including LED and emergency lighting
- Hazardous lighting for indoor/outdoor, open areas, offshore, fuel farms, and battery rooms Suitable for Zone 1, 2, 21 & 22
- We can supply from all major electrical hazardous area brands
We can assist in replacing out-of-date and discontinued hazardous area lighting products with the latest technology. We can also design and create custom or bespoke hazardous area lighting solutions.
We stock a variety of IECEx-rated lighting equipment, including:
- Linear fluorescent and LED lighting
- Bulkhead & path lighting – LED
- Paint room/clean room lighting – fluorescent and LED
- Tubular LED lighting
- Emergency exit lighting
- Ex floodlights – LED, HPS and halogen
- Hazardous area rated torches and headlamps
- Signal lighting – Zenon and LED
- Helideck/obstruction lighting & aircraft beacons
- Intrinsically safe work lights
HAZARDOUS AREA LIGHTING
Hazardous area lighting is a critical component of ensuring safety in high-risk environments throughout Australia. These specialised lighting solutions are designed to use in harsh industrial environments.
Hazardous area lights need to be built to stringent standards. They should be engineered to minimise the risk of ignition, while also providing reliable illumination in classified zones. This is what we offer at EX Engineering.
With advanced technologies, these lighting products offer durable protection against harsh conditions. They are suitable for a wide range of industries, including hydrogen, agriculture, oil and gas, chemical plants, mining, and refineries. Hazardous area lighting plays a vital role in maintaining safety, visibility, and compliance in these demanding environments.
HAZARDOUS LED LIGHTING
LED lights allow for compact designs, energy efficiency, reliability, and a long service life – integral aspects of prioritising health, safety, and environmental responsibility in the workplace.
Save energy, reduce maintenance costs and benefit from a long-life lighting solution with maintenance-free, hazardous area LED lighting. LEDs are particularly well-suited for Zone 1 and Zone 2 hazardous areas due to their enhanced safety features, reducing the risk of ignition in potentially explosive atmospheres.
In addition, LEDs are a safer, environmentally friendly hazardous area lighting option as they are free from mercury.
An LED light is nearly ten times more efficient than a normal light. Also, LED luminaires save energy while providing instant light. This makes LED a popular technology for hazardous area floodlights and explosion proof lighting solutions.
LED is the preferred lighting option for hazardous areas with extreme temperatures as it copes with high vibration resistance and is well suited to use in harsh industrial environments.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR HAZARDOUS AREA LIGHTING
The specialist team at EX Engineering have comprehensive knowledge on a range of indoor and outdoor lighting equipment for work in hazardous areas across Australia. To discuss your specific requirements for IECEx rated hazardous area lights, get in touch with us on (08) 9353 2268 or email [email protected] today.
Our purpose-built workshop in Perth has been certified to repair the following types of protection: Ex t, Ex d, Ex e, Ex n and Ex i. This means that all of our customised, designed, repaired and assembled Ex rated equipment is guaranteed to be compliant.
EX Engineering differs from most hazardous area lighting and electrical suppliers in that we have the capability and competency to select and review products through our engineering team. We offer both bespoke design and manufacture, tailored to meet your specific requirements. Our support will accompany you throughout the entire process:
• Review and classify hazardous areas
• Select equipment suitable for use in a hazardous area
• Complete the required engineering calculations to demonstrate compliance (MDP, IS Parameters, etc.)
• Have an in-depth understanding of protection techniques
• Review and give an opinion on equipment suitability
• Create and issue Conformity Assessment Documents (CAD)
• Create bespoke EX solutions
• Approve the repair of certified equipment
Hazardous areas are all we do, and we don’t just sell hazardous area certified products; we manufacture, repair and certify hazardous area equipment. Our depth of experience and collaborative style of working ensure the right selection of equipment for your application.
We have a structured Quality Assurance (QA) system, which allows us to pay more attention than is required.
Depending on how critical the shipment is, we assign a QA level that determines whether the product is checked by one person, two people, or the engineering team – so the QA is always tailored to suit.
Our process involves two different check levels that ensure:
- Overall compliance
- The product is fit for purpose
About EX Engineering
EX Engineering is a family business specialising in the supply and design of hazardous area electrical equipment. We are committed to supporting our customers with reliable advice, guidance and products to ensure their projects are compliant and completed on time with safety as the main priority.
Since 2013 our team of experienced and knowledgeable staff have been delivering the best solutions to meet hazardous area requirements across many industries, including Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Agriculture and LNG.
Contact Our Team Today for Hazardous Area Lighting Solutions
Whether you need help designing, sourcing, repairing or customising a product, or are interested in our hazardous area lighting solutions, our team are ready to assist.
Contact us today to find out more about how we can help.