The Area Drop Light (GFI)is commonly used throughout the commercial nuclear power industry for refueling core, cavity, and spent fuel pool temporary lighting, or wherever localized underwater illumination is needed. Supplying 54,000 lumens, the high-powered 2,000 watt quartz-halogen bulb is sure to brighten your underwater environment. An upgrade from our standard Area Drop Light, this item is compatible with GFI (Ground Fault Interupter) circuits.
Bright, reliable, rugged and economical – best describes the Area Drop Light (GFI). The machined body of the light is made of stainless steel. The clear globes are made of high strength polycarbonate Lexan.
120 vac, 2,000 watt quartz-halogen bulb
Water cooled and easily changed
Permanently attached 100 ft. neoprene power cord is standard
This economical lighting system comes complete with (2) 2,000 watt bulbs and two clear globes
The Master-Lee EPI Area Drop Light, like all other EPI products, was designed and field tested by some of the most experienced field service specialists in the world. This fixture is built for quick on-the-spot serviceability. We recommend replacement of the globes every other outage. THIS ITEM CAN BE USED WITH GFI CIRCUITS.
CAUTION: These lighting units are intended for use in demineralized water applications. Please contact us for any other application.