Lamps Ensure Proper Lighting For ANSI Compliance

Danray Products offers snake-arm lamps that will light the point of operation of machines or work areas where additional light is required to help industrial users meet applicable ANSI B11-series safety standards as well as the ANSI/IESNA RP-7-01 standard for lighting requirements. Each lamp uses a 100-W maximum ordinary incandescent light bulb. The snake arms are made of spring steel covered with vinyl to protect them from grease, oil and contaminants that would weaken their holding ability.

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Danray Products offers snake-arm lamps that will light the point of operation of machines or work areas where additional light is required to help industrial users meet applicable ANSI B11-series safety standards as well as the ANSI/IESNA RP-7-01 standard for lighting requirements. Each lamp uses a 100-W maximum ordinary incandescent light bulb. The snake arms are made of spring steel covered with vinyl to protect them from grease, oil and contaminants that would weaken their holding ability. They offer almost unlimited adjustment possibilities and long-term holding power, according to the company, and they are available with three different mounting styles: direct, C-clamp and magnetic.

All snake-arm lamps are UL-listed and bear the C-UL listing mark, which indicates compliance with United States and Canadian requirements. Each lamp has a 6-ft oil-resistant power cord with a 120-V grounded plug. The lampshade has a double wall that keeps the outer wall from getting too hot; this allows adjustment of the lampshade while in use, even after the lamp has been on for hours.

Optoinal accessories for the lamps include a wire guard that can snapped onto the front rim of the lampshade to protect the bulb and two magnifier attachments that can mount directly to the lampshade.