Hazardous Area & Explosion Proof Lighting

CEAG supplies hazardous area and explosion proof lighting to over 30 countries.

For a sector such as oil and gas, there are no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solutions when it comes to lighting.  CEAG carefully considers clients’ requirements, alongside the environmental needs and unique challenges that come with oil and gas operations.

Working in a harsh and hazardous area means worker safety requires constant monitoring. In refineries, chemical plants, and production areas, operating conditions are a constant challenge. Dim or inefficient lighting is a real safety issue for workers.

Changing hazardous and explosion proof lighting is costly and possible even dangerous. Safe, efficient and cost-effective lighting is paramount in these environments.

The petrochemical industry is typically a flammable and explosive environment, therefore explosion proof lighting is widely used. Lighting fixtures such as high-bays, flood lights, emergency lights, street lights, or even flashlights must are approved with explosion-proof certification.

CEAG manufacture and rigorously test with precision engineering to meet the highest standards. We are proud to support hazardous lighting solutions that ensures safety and productivity are paramount.

We offer a full range of CEAG hazardous area lighting from high bay to low bay installations. LEDs contain no moving parts, are more durable and withstand shock and corrosion better. Their ability to ignite spark-free is also an advantage in flammable environments.

The sturdy but yet functional and slim designed luminaires includes technology that offers substantial reduction of operation and maintenance costs.

Our products and services include zone 1 and zone 2 explosion-proof equipment, innovative and creative fixes for specific lighting problems and complete solutions for operational areas, both on and off-shore.

To learn more about how CEAG can service your lighting needs, please get in touch, either by email, to sales@ceag.co.uk, or via the online form, using the enquiry button.