ATEX obstacle lights
Obstruction lights for Explosive Atmospheres are made to resist to extreme conditions found in ATEX areas (ATmosphere EXplosibles).
Lights are power supplied by ATEX cabinet, or by standard remote cabinet in safe area.
ATEX obstacle lights
Since the 1st of July 2003, the ATEX directive 94/9/CE is applied in the European Community.
It concerns the implementation of protection devices and systems used in hazardous areas.
The ATEX obstacle lights are used for the nocturnal beaconing of overhead obstructions in these hazardous areas.
The lighting varies depending on the type and intensity of the beacons:
ATEX certification for LUXSOLAR obstruction lights
ATEX LXS obstacle lights are certified by the organisms INERIS (Institut National de l’EnviRonnement Industriel et des riSques) and CESI for:
- Zone 1 : "Place where an hazardous atmosphere composed of air and inflammable substances like gas, steam or fog is likely to occasionally occur in a normal working"
- Zone 21 : "Place where an hazardous atmosphere in the form of a flammable dust cloud is likely to occasionally occur in a normal working"
05-Tour Culture Tunis
At the heart of the Culture City inaugurated the 20th October in Tunis, the Tower is marked at night by a low intensity beacon.
Tunis: the Culture Tower lighted by PROMIC obstruction light
01-Tour CMA CGM
Since April 2015, the CMA CGM tower of Marseille, in France, is lighted day and night by LUXSOLAR obstruction lights.
Marseille: the CMA CGM tower lighted by PROMIC
After two years of work on the field of Andrézieux city, in the department of Loire, the Envol Stadium is now ready to welcome the football fans of the region.
Beaconing of local project for PROMIC: the Envol Stadium
The company PROMIC specially engineered for all crane operators and crane users, a beaconing kit devoted to cranes,
to make easier the updating of their equipment.
An efficient solution for crane operators: the beaconing kit for cranes
the perfect beaconing solution for these high structures
The kit for wind measurement mast: