Wolf ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp – Zone 1, 2, 21 & 22 Hazardous Area

Wolf ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp - Zone 1, 2, 21 & 22 Hazardous Area

Wolf ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp – Zone 1, 2, 21 & 22 Hazardous Area

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Hazardous Area Leadlamps

Wolf SP-600H | Wolf SP-600L | Wolf SP-600EL

Leadlamps for Zone 1, 2 Zone 21, 22 Hazardous Area Lighting   

Wolf ATEX LED are ATEX certified leadlamps for safe use in hazardous area Zone 1 & 2 (Gas, Vapour & Mist Explosive Atmospheres) and Zone 21 & 22 (Dust Explosive Atmospheres) – T&D are Approved Distributors for the Wolf Lighting including handlamps, torches, headtorches and floodlights.

Wolf ATEX LED leadlamps provide high power LED ‘fitted for life’ light source which offers a forward facing high efficiency output of up to 470 lumens by emitting an exceptional, even, ultra-wide angle light; minimising shadows and enhancing visibility to provide optimum illumination for localised, close proximity work.

The compact and lightweight design of the leadlamps is specifically made for handheld use boasting an “easy grip” feature for user comfort. The unit is incredibly robust and durable with impact resistant anti-static enclosure, IP67 rated, and scratch and chemical resistant polycarbonate hardcoat lens, to withstand use in heavy industrial areas.

Further protection is enabled by a stainless steel cage guard fitting for extended mechanical protection or a protective sleeve to help minimise build up. Both options are fully certified and suitable for arduous environments.

ATEX Leadlamps For Hazardous Areas

Wolf ATEX LED leadlamps provides reliable and versatile hazardous area lighting according to both ATEX Directive and IECEx standards – the leadlamps utilise LED technology as a light source and are used for safe lighting in hazardous area Zones 1 and Zones 2 (potentially explosive gas) and Zones 21 and Zones 22 dust atmospheres (IIIA & IIIB Groups) with T4 temperature classification.

ATEX & IECEx Certified For Explosive Atmospheres  

An overview of the Wolf ATEX LED leadlamp range to provide temporary lighting in explosive atmospheres:

  • Wolf SP-600H Beam Leadlamp Zone 1
  • Wolf SP-600L Beam Leadlamp Zone 1
  • Wolf SP-600EL Beam Leadlamp Zone 1
  • ATEX Certification: I M2 Ex eb mb I Mb (-30°C to +55°C), II 2G Ex eb mb IIC T4 Gb IP67, II 2D Ex mb tb IIIC T95°C Db
  • Hazardous Area Zone 1 & 2 Gas Groups IIA, IIB & IIC
  • Hazardous Area Zone 0, 1 & 2 Gas Groups IIIA, IIIB & IIIC
  • Temperature Classification (Gas) T4 | See more information about T Class Ratings
  • Maximum Surface Temperature (Dust) 95°C
  • More Technical Information Hazardous Area Zones

Wolf ATEX LED LEADlamp

ATEX Leadlamps

ATEX Leadlamps

  • ATEX & IECEx certified leadlamp for zone 1 and 21 explosive gas and dust atmospheres
  • Ideal for handheld inspection and work activities in a hazardous area
  • 470 lumen high power ‘fitted for life’ LED light source
  • High quality, even, ultra-wide angle LED light, reduces shadows and enhances visibility
  • Large diffused light source minimises eye discomfort when viewed directly
  • Lightweight and compact leadlamp for handheld use
  • IP67 leadlamp for use in the harshest environments
  • Flexible integrated hook for suspension in the work area
  • Robust and highly durable enclosure to withstand heavy industrial use
  • Wide voltage range leadlamp models are available
  • Fitted with 10m HOFR cable as standard
  • Group I mining approval
  • Mounting and protection accessories available

ATEX Certified LeadLAMP

Zones 1, 2, 21 & 22 Hazardous Areas

  • Zone 1 & Zone 2 Gas
  • Zone 21 & Zone 22 Dust
  • See below table for ATEX Certification details including T-Rating, Gas Groups and Zone locations

The Wolf ATEX LED range of leadlamps manufactured by Wolf Safety Lamp to provide lighting in Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21 or Zone 22 hazardous areas – the LED leadlamps are for use in potentially explosive atmospheres according to the ATEX Directive.

Wolf ATEX LED Leadlamp

Wolf ATEX LED Leadlamp

Wolf ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp Technical Information

The following table explains the technical specification differences for the Wolf ATEX LED range of leadlamps – should you require support or advice on selecting the correct hazardous area leadlamp please do not hesitate to contact us.

Wolf ATEX LED Part Reference Wolf SP-600H Wolf SP-600L Wolf SP-600EL
Leadlamp Description ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp
High (H) Low (L) Extra Low (EL)
Hazardous Area Code (ATEX & IECEx) I M2 Ex eb mb I Mb (-30°C to +55°C)
II 2G Ex eb mb IIC T4 Gb IP67
II 2D Ex mb tb IIIC T95°C Db
Type of Protection ‘eb’ Increased Safety, ‘mb’ Encapsulation,
‘tb’ Dust Ignition Protection by Enclosure
Area of Hazardous Classification (Gas) Zones 1 & 2
Gas Groups IIA, IIB & IIC
Temperature Classification (Gas) T4
Area of Hazardous Classification (Dust) Zones 21 & 22
Dust Groups IIIA, IIIB & IIIC
Maximum Surface Temperature (Dust) T95°C
Ambient Temperature -30°C to +55°C
ATEX Certificate SIRA15ATEX3317XIECEx SIR15.0115X
Enclosure High Impact, Anti-Static Polypropylene
Lens Polycarbonate, Scratch and Chemical Resistant Hardcoat
Light Source Type High Power LED
Output 470 lumens (at source) / 403 lumens (from leadlamp)
Life 60,000+ Hours
Power Source Voltage 90-264VAC 18-54VAC
20-54VDC
9-16VAC/DC
Plug No plug supplied as standard
Cable 10m HOFR 2 core x 1.5 mm²
Weight 1.785 kg
Ingress Protection IP67

Wolf ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp SP-600

Wolf ATEX LED Inspection Leadlamp SP-600

WOLF ATEX LED LEADLAMP

Light Output & Product Dimensions

Wolf ATEX LED Leadlamp - Light Output

Wolf ATEX LED Leadlamp – Light Output

Wolf SP-600H, SP-600L, SP-600EL – Beam 180°
470 lumens (at source) / 403 lumens (from leadlamp)
Peak Illuminance at 1m 93 lux, 2.5 14.9 lux, 5m 3.72 lux

Height: 335mm (inc hook) / 275mm (exc hook)
Width: 85mm
Depth: 83mm

Wolf ATEX LED Leadlamps - Product Dimensions

Wolf ATEX LED Leadlamps – Product Dimensions

Wolf - Hazardous Area Zone 1 & Zone 2 Handlamps, Headlamps, Torches & Floodlights (ATEX Certified)

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Explosive Atmospheres

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