Sales success for Wolf Safety lamps

Sheffield company Wolf Safety has received significant orders for its ATEX certified Worklite, a safety lamp designed for explosive atmospheres


Since its launch in summer, Sheffield company Wolf Safety has received significant orders for its ATEX certified Worklite, a safety lamp designed for explosive atmospheres.


To date, 100 units have been sold to a leading UK offshore tank cleaner and maintenance contractor, which has completely re-equipped its portable lighting needs with the ATEX Worklite. Other significant sales have come from utility companies, where the product is being used to light tunnels, sewers and drains.


The portable lamp, which has no trailing cables and a 1,000 lumens light output, incorporates a cluster of ‘fitted for life’ LEDs to produce a 30 degree floodlight for up to 30m, facilitating a host of difficult inspection and maintenance tasks in confined hazardous areas. The 12-hour duration on full beam ensures that the Worklite is designed to last a full maintenance shift.


Wolf is also still receiving orders for its regular (non ATEX certified) Worklite from the petrochemical industry for use in maintenance shutdowns, the automotive industry for lighting internal paint booths, and the railway industry for tunnel inspections.