the Wolf ATEX Worklite offers unique levels of light output, operational duration and robustness in a self contained battery powered lamp. The Worklite LED floodlight is ideal for use in remote applications for extended periods. The Wolf ATEX Worklite is CE marked to the 94/9/EC ATEX Equipment Directive, allowing use in Zones 1 and 2 potentially explosive gas, vapour, mist and dust atmospheres, where a T4 temperature class permits.
Three Worklite models are available, the WL-85 with a 12 LED lamp head, giving over 1000 lumens output, the WL-70 with a 6 LED lamp head, giving over 500 lumens output, and the WL-80 which combines the 12 LED lamp head with the smaller battery from the WL-70 giving a more portable unit still giving 1000 lumens of light output.
All LED flloodlight models deliver a piercing 30° beam, combined with a flood of lower level fringe light. The LED light source has a 25,000 hour life, highlighting the low maintenance benefits of the Worklite range. The duration of the WL-85 and the WL-70 models is up to 12 hours on ‘high power’, switching to ‘low power’ extends duration to up to 24 hours. The duration of the WL-80 model is up to 6 hours on high power and up to 12 hours on the lower power setting.
In addition to dual light output levels, the Worklite control circuit manages switch function, battery level indication, emergency powerfail illumination and low battery cut-off, maintaining and protecting the high capacity rechargeable sealed lead acid gel battery from deep discharge damage. The Worklite has a fabricated stainless steel construction, designed to withstand the rigours and corrosion expected in harsh industrial and offshore applications.
The battery and control circuit are contained inside a box enclosure giving IP65 protection from ingress of dust and water jets. The anodised aluminium lamp head is also IP65 sealed and is designed as a heatsink for the LED light source. The lamp head has an impact resistant 6mm toughened glass lens for the light aperture. In shot blasting and painting applications the lens can be protected using a disposable antistatic lens guard (3 supplied). The LED lamp head can pivot and lock, allowing the light to be easily directed.
The Worklite is supplied with a mains charger with state of charge indication, powered from 100 to 254V.
Whyte-Hall Australia | Hazardous Workplace Equipment
Whyte-Hall was originally established in 1946 and is today, a well known supplier of specialised equipment for hazardous work environments in the construction, mining and industrial areas.