The ATEX Safety Torch is a reliable, simple and cost effective portable light and is available with a straight or right-angle body style and vacuum or xenon bulbs and is CE marked to the ATEX directive and IECEx certified for safe use in Zones 1 and 2 potentially explosive gas, vapour and mist atmosphere, where a T6 or T4 class permits, and Zones 21 and 22 dust atmospheres, with certified maximum surface temperatures of 65°C or 95°C.
TS/24 Straight - £29.70 (+vat)
TR/24 Right Angled - £31.28 (+vat)
TS/26 Straight - £29.70 (+vat)
TR/26 Right Angled - £31.28 (+vat)
The Wolf ATEX Torch range is CE marked compliant with the 94/9/EC ATEX Explosive Atmospheres Equipment Directive. BASEEFA Certification is to the latest standards, for use in potentially explosive gas, vapour and mist atmospheres, zones 1 and 2, temperature class T6 or T4. Dust ignition protection covers use in zones 21 and 22, with the certified maximum surface temperatures of 65°C or 95°C. Temperature ambient use is from - 20°C to a maximum of 40°C or 55°C, as specified in the instructions. Models are also certified to the IECEx Scheme.
The compact Wolf ATEX Torch design has a high-grip ergonomic form with easy single handed switching, even with gloved hands. The torch body offers high strength, and proven impact resistance even at sub zero temperatures, using carefully selected thermoplastic resins with excellent chemical resistance. Additionally, the rubber armoured lens ring and end cap give enhanced grip and shock protection.The shatterproof polycarbonate lens has a scratch and chemical resistant coating.
The Wolf ATEX Torch range is sealed dust tight and protected from water immersion, with a certified IP67 enclosure. Right angle models incorporate a replaceable high strength thermoplastic belt clip for hands free use. Both models allow straightforward battery and bulb replacement, a spare bulb is fitted in the bulbholder for quick and convenient replacement. All models are supplied with wrist straps and clip rings.
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