- Dimensions: 210 x 325 x 25 mm
- Weight: 800 gram
- The housing is made of ABS (strong, impact resistant and fire resistant
- No energy consumption, no installation costs, no maintenance.
- Packed per piece incl. pictogram of your choice and mounting material
- Upright EIA (Energy investment allowance)
- Prices are ex. VAT
- Delivery from stock
Betalux NEN-EN 7010 Tritium Emergency Lighting
€320.00 Excl. btw
Betalux Tritium emergency lights are the most energy-efficient fixtures on the market. Some key features of the Tritium emergency lights are; they are versatile, robust, durable, highly reliable, no maintenance and 67% cheaper than electronic emergency lights.
All our products are maintenance free, 100% self-contained and have a life span of more than 15 years. After 15 years, the products can be recycled (and reused) again. Lighting Solutions self-illuminating products comply with all applicable fire and building codes and are available in a variety of finishes to suit any location. Ideally suited for applications where a reliable emergency exit is required. The durable construction of the Lighting Solutions products guarantees constant and reliable operation for the coming years.
The Betalux emergency lighting is manufactured under ISO 9001: 2008 and meets many regulations, including: NEN 6088; NEN 7010; NEN-EN 1838; BS-5499 part 2; ANS N540; NFPA Life Safety Code 101 and Directive 92/58 EEC, are UL listed and approved by US-NRC and Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment reg. SAS / 2001144917 No. IA9.
The pictograms for escape route signs according to NEN-EN 7010 are suitable for new construction, but also if you want to replace all existing emergency lighting in a building
The emergency lighting is illuminated by tubes filled with tritium gas. The tubes that are filled with tritium gas are made of borosilicate glass and provided with fluorescent powder on the inside. Due to the ionizing radiation of the Tritium, it lights up continuously for 131,000 hours or 15 years.
The process can be compared to a fluorescent lamp, where the current is replaced by tritium gas. Therefore no electrical connection is required. This form of escape route markings has been used for more than 50 years in aircraft where reliability is paramount. Due to their properties, they are used for many different applications to this day.
ATEX Explosion Safety Guidelines
The Tritium betalux fixtures comply with all guidelines where ATEX regulations are concerned: ATEX 114 and ATEX 153. ATEX 114 (2014/34/EU), due to the lack of electrical components.
The ATEX guidelines aim to guarantee the health and safety of employees in areas with explosion risk (ATEX 153) and through ATEX 114 contribute to free trade within the EU for equipment and protective systems that are used in these areas. ATEX stands for ATmosphères EXplosives. The aim of the ATEX guidelines is to prevent gas and dust explosions. This concerns the control of the conditions in an explosive atmosphere, in situations where it is not possible to remove the explosion risk by substitution of substances.
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