Articles tagged with 'Portable Lighting'
Wolf Safety enhances its 'Wolf ATEX Safety Torch with LED' range with the addition of new Zone 0 and 20 primary cell LED right and straight safety torches for use in potentially explosive gas, vapour, mist and dust atmospheres.
Wolf Safety completes the enhancement of its range of ATEX and IECEx certified LinkEx™ LED Floodlites with the very latest LED technology, now available in both Low Voltage (18-54V) and High Voltage (100-254V) versions to produce more light using less power.
Wolf Safety launches the Wolf Markerlite, a self-contained high visibility LED visual warning indicator, to clearly highlight the position of personnel and hazards and prevent accidents in dark and reduced visibility hazardous area environments.
Wolf Safety announces that its programme to update its lighting products to meet the evolving requirements of the latest harmonised standards is nearing completion, ensuring the continued compliance of all ATEX products newly supplied by Wolf to the strict requirements of the Equipment for Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX) Directive 94/9/EC now, and into the future.
Wolf Safety boosts the performance of its compact LED ATEX and IECEx certified safety torch, the Midi M-80, to deliver an outstanding ultra bright light output of up to 189 lumens for safe use in Zones 1 and 2 potentially explosive gas atmospheres.
The Wolflite XT Rechargeable LED Handlamp’s latest improvements provide new battery efficiencies that increase light durations by up to 25% giving extended use within a hazardous area.
Wolf Safety enhances its ATEX LED Headtorches (HT-400 and HT-650) with further ATEX and IECEx certification for safe use in Zones 0, 1 and 2 for both potentially explosive gas, vapour and mist, and now Zones 20, 21 and 22 dust atmospheres.
Wolf Safety launches the unique Wolf ATEX Zone 0 Flood Bank to offer hazardous area workers a truly portable and self-contained LED temporary floodlighting solution in areas where the most extreme hazards may be present in flammable concentrations.