Larson Electronics Leading the Way in Blast Gun Lighting Solutions
Leading industrial lighting products manufacturer Larson Electronics has just unveiled plans to sell a brand new 18 Watt LED blasting gun light. Larson Electronics has been a major player in the industrial lighting industry for well over decade, and their product line has grown to include everything from explosion proof light fixtures to high mast light towers. Larson’s new blast gun light only serves to expand their already impressive product line.
The 18 Watt LED Blast light will be capable of producing over 1,500 lumens and will be made of immensely durable materials so as to withstand any and all blasting operations. The light will also feature a special handle for added stabilization, as well as an innovative lense design.
Robert Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics had the following to say about their new 18 Watt Blast Light
This nozzle mount blasting gun light features a specially designed mounting system that allows the unit to be attached to the end of any standard blasting gun. This mount includes all of the necessary hardware and a protective lens cover that is used to brace the light to any standard blasting gun. The protective lens cover incorporates a simple drop in, drop out system behind a twist-on lens frame, allowing operators to twist the lens off and drop a new one in once it is damaged from particles. The lens for this unit is offered in polycarbonate or hardened glass materials. The polycarbonate lens is ideal for metal blast materials, while the glass lens is for smaller abrasives.
Unlike other blast light setups, this new light will even allow users to complete all blasting operations all while still wearing protective gloves. Normally users would have to remove their gloves to replace blast light lenses, but the new lense design will allow for both quicker and safer blasting sessions.
Larson continues to develop innovative solutions for the industrial lighting industry, so be sure look out for even more of their exciting products in the years to come.