Two Basic Classification Standards of Explosion-proof Lamps

Update:23 Sep 2019

Most explosion-proof lamps and lanterns are classified […]

Most explosion-proof lamps and lanterns are classified as Class I lamps and only a few are classified as Class II and III lamps and lanterns. For example: all-plastic explosion-proof lamps
With explosion-proof flashlight.
First, according to the protection level of the housing: in order to protect dust, solid foreign bodies and water from entering the lamp chamber, touching or accumulating in live components
There are many ways to protect electrical insulation, such as fire jump, short circuit or damage to electrical insulation. Using characteristic words
The parent "IP" is followed by two numbers to indicate its shell protection level. The first number represents the ability to protect people, solid foreign bodies or dust. Divided into 0 - 6
Class. Explosion-proof lamps and lanterns are a kind of sealed lamps, whose dust-proof ability is at least four levels or more. The second number indicates the water-proof ability, which is divided into 0-8 levels.
Secondly, according to the support surface material of the lamp design, the indoor explosion-proof lamp may be installed on the surface of many ordinary combustible materials, such as wood.
Quality walls and ceilings, they do not allow explosion-proof lamps to install surface temperatures exceeding safety values. According to whether explosion-proof lamps can be installed directly in common use
The surface of combustible materials can be divided into two categories.