Articles tagged with 'Temporary Lighting'
Wolf Safety announces the launch of the ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp SP-600, an ATEX and IECEx certified cable-powered, versatile and lightweight handheld light with impressive LED light output, ideal for inspection and work activities in potentially explosive gas and dust atmospheres.
Wolf Safety turns up the temperature on its temporary LED task lighting and power distribution solutions for use in extremely hot ambient atmospheres, plus obtains IECEx International Equipment Certification for Explosive Atmospheres for all its GRP Transformers.
Wolf Safety launches an extensive range of positioning, mounting and protection accessories, encompassing fixing kits, films and cable management, for its ATEX and IECEx approved LinkEx™ LED Temporary Luminaire (LX-400), giving workers more secure temporary installation solutions for lighting in hazardous area working environments.
Wolf Safety enhances its ATEX and IECEx certified Low Voltage LinkEx™ LED Floodlite with the very latest LED technology to produce more light using less power.
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.
Wolf Safety launches new LinkEx™ Mobile Lighting Unit, a manoeuvrable and flexible lighting solution for quick and easy positioning of four ultra bright LinkEx™ LED Floodlites, to immediately deliver a total of 13,200 lumens of panoramic illumination to a task area within a potentially explosive hazardous zone.
Wolf Safety is pleased to announce the appointment of JT Day Pty Ltd as our exclusive distributor for the oil and gas market in Australia.
Wolf Safety is proud to announce the launch of its latest portable leadlamp, the Wolf LinkEx LED Temporary Luminaire, which is CE marked to the 94/9/EC (ATEX Equipment) Directive and IECEx Scheme Certified for safe use in ATEX & IECEx Zones 1 & 2 potentially explosive gas, vapour, mist and dust atmospheres, where a T3 temperature class permits.