Manufacturers of flashlights intended for use in hazardous environments must take special precautions in the design of their products to reduce the likelihood of a hazardous substance ignition taking place. Their flashlights must also pass a series of rigorous tests, conducted by recognized safety certification organizations, before being certified for use in potentially hazardous environments.
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