Jar Lights Can Be Exposed to Chemical Vapors with the Risk of Fire or Combustion

LED Vapor-Proof Jelly Jar Lights are UL Listed for wet locations and can be exposed to chemical vapors with the risk of fire or combustion.

LED Vapor-Proof Jelly Jar Lights are UL Listed for wet locations and can be exposed to chemical vapors with the risk of fire or combustion.

Super Bright LEDs has introduced its LED Vapor-Proof Jelly Jar Lights. The wall-mount, ceiling-mount, and pendant light fixtures are UL Listed for wet locations and can be exposed to chemical vapors with the risk of fire or combustion. They can be used for warehouse lighting, food processing plants, commercial laundromat lighting, coolers/freezers, tunnels, and more. Each LED vapor-proof light emits 1,800 lumens of natural white illumination and consumes 20 watts of power. These fixtures have die cast aluminum housings with built-in LED-cooling heat sinks. LEDs are protected by a frosted glass lens that allows for even light distribution, and the lens is caged for durability. Each of these vapor-proof LED lights is designed to last 42 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

Super Bright LEDs has been providing customers with 15 years of service, expertise, and LED technology. Independent test labs along with the knowledge base of trained experts and engineers allow them to provide information and products. For more information about the LED Vapor-Proof Jelly Jar Lights, other LED lights, or Super Bright LEDs, visit the website.

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