Systems & Applications | Luminaires | High Bay | Aug 17, 2017

Shat-R-Shield® Launches Ironclad™ LED Vapor Tight High Bay Fixture

Shat-R-Shield, Inc. announces the new Ironclad™ LED Vapor Tight High Bay luminaire as a retrofit for fluorescent fixtures commonly installed in applications exposed to moisture, dust and other harsh elements that require frequent wash-down. With industry leading lumen outputs of 22,000 and 33,000, this high efficiency NSF-rated, non-metallic LED solution replaces a six lamp T8 or six lamp T5 fixture and is ideal for general illumination mounted in ceiling heights of 20-30 feet.

Shat-R-Shield’s Ironclad™ VTHB is constructed of fiberglass reinforced polycarbonate with a seamless gasket seal and stainless steel components for optimal chemical and impact resistance. Its rounded edges allow for easy water shed and durability against high-pressure hose down up to 1500 PSI. The tethered lens is available in clear or frosted for uniform, glare-free illumination.

Offered in 158 watt (22,120 lumens) and 236 watt (32,860 lumens) models, the Ironclad™ VTHB is available with color temperatures of 4000 K or 5000 K, voltages of 120-277 V or 347-480 V, and an option for 90 minutes of battery backup. It comes standard with 0-10 V dimming, has a CRI of 80, L70 of >72,000 hours and an operating temperature of -40°C to 50°C backed by a five-year warranty.

The VTHB boasts an impressive certification base consisting of NSF, DLC, cUL, UL Wet Location and UL1598 with ratings including IP65, IP66, IP67, NEMA 4X, NEMA 5 and 5VA flammability rating. The ruggedness of the luminaire paired with unmatched light performance makes it the quintessential solution for food and beverage processing, industrial facilities, tunnels, parking garages, cold storage, wastewater treatment plants and more.

The Ironclad™ VTHB is proudly manufactured at Shat-R-Shield’s North Carolina facility using globally and domestically sourced components. To learn more please visit www.shatrshield.com/products/led_vthb

About Shat-RShield®:

Shat-R-Shield®, the original manufacturer of shatter‐resistant lamps, has been ensuring lighting safety since 1976. Millions of shatter‐resistant Shat-R-Shield® lamps are currently on-the-job worldwide for foodservice, high-tech manufacturers, food & beverage processors, and institutions seeking the ultimate, cost‐effective worksite protection from broken and shattered glass. Shat-R-Shield® lamps are UL-EPH classified, NSF certified, and meet FDA, OSHA, ASM, Canadian and Mexican Government food safety regulations. The company is located in Salisbury, NC. Please visit www.shatrshield.com or email info1@shatrshield.com

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