New Glamox luminaire for agricultural use
Glamox has launched an ammonia-resistant luminaire which is particularly suitable for fattening pig houses and other agricultural applications.
Ammonia is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent smell, lighter than air, and composed of nitrogen and hydrogen. Although common in nature and in wide use, ammonia is both caustic and hazardous in concentrated form. Being produced from nitrogenous animal and vegetable matter, it is often present in barns, and ammonia gas emissions in fattening pig houses is a common challenge. Not only does the gas cause unhealthy working environments, the gas also speeds up corrosion processes in tools and equipment.
The new luminaire Glamox i41 is equipped with ammonia gas resistant LED modules. The luminaire housing is manufactured in recyclable glassfibre-reinforced polyester, which is ammonia-resistant, and has a frosted acrylic diffusor. It also has mounting brackets and diffusor clips in stainless steel (ammonia does not corrode stainless steel).
The result is a sturdy industrial luminaire suitable for all agricultural applications.
Glamox i41 is equipped for ceiling or wall mounting, in a track system or on a horizontal wire. It is designed for indoor use, or for use under shelter outdoors.
- Read more about Glamox i41 here!