Larson Electronics was founded in 1973 as an industrial lighting company. With over 40 years of experience in the industry, the business offers its products to customers in the following sectors: government, military, aviation, oil and gas, processing, manufacturing, marine and hunting. Our mission is to provide customers with high quality industrial lighting products through reliable sales support and expedited delivery services.
We are a certified UL 1640 and UL508A panel shop, as well as CSA/CAN C22.2 No. 14 industrial controls shop. Our engineers are knowledgeable in the following industry standards and recommended practices: ANSI, ASTM, ATEX, IEC, IECEx, IES, NEMA, NFPA (NEC) and OSHA.
Larson Electronics extends its offerings to customers worldwide. Today, our products are being used by manufacturing facilities, refineries, military bases, aerospace facilities and paint spray booths. Our specialties include explosion proof and hazardous location lighting and power distribution for permanent and portable applications.
Larson Electronics Releases 25W Explosion Proof Mini LED Light, CID1/CIID1, 25' SOOW Cord
Larson Electronics Releases Vehicle Roof Mount Tower LED Light, 240W, 12V DC, 4 LEDs, 13.5 Feet
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