Fixed light frames can be made from the following materials:
• Steel frame with brass bezel glass retaining ring
• 3/8” x 11/2” steel bolting ring welded to base of spigot frame
• Spigot frame length available: Standard depth is 3”. Custom longer spigot lengths are available for additional cost.
• 10”, 12”, 14”, 16”, 18” clear glass area diameter
Deadlight cover specifications:
• Standard cover is made from 1/2” thick A36 plate steel
• Holdback hooks and chain are available to secure deadlight cover in open position
• 3/4” thick for 10” - 18” diameter clear glass area
• All glass is clear tempered plate
• 1/4” thick wire impregnated glass is the same price as clear tempered glass
Frosted glass is available upon request for an additional cost
• 1/8” thick flat neoprene gasket (between glass and frame)
• 5/16” x 3/8” x 5/16” extruded neoprene gasket for deadlight cover
Bell nut and screw assemblies:
• Used to secure deadlight cover in closed position
• 10” - 14” diameter reversed fixed lights use 5/8” dia. x 3” long screw
• 16” - 18” diameter reversed fixed lights use 3/4” dia. x 3” long screw
ABS Type Approval / Classing Agency Approval:
• All fixed lights are built to standards generally accepted by ABS, USCG, and other classing agencies.
• Fixed lights do NOT carry ABS “Type” approval. For further explanation, click here.
• Drawings and release letters are available for submission for classing agency review.
• It is the responsibility of the customer to verify which certification requirements (i.e. ABS, USCG, DNV, SOLAS) apply to their vessel, and to check with their local governing agency as to the requirements for certifications for all of the items quoted, based on the use for each item on the vessel, and the location of each item as installed on the vessel. Depending on the requirements of the governing agency, additional testing at the manufacturing plant may be required. A separate fee will be charged for any testing.
• Fixed lights conform to C-class fire rating - they are made of non-combustible materials, however, they are NOT designed or certified to resist the passage of fire from one space to another.