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Wolf Safety Lamp Company Ltd

Saxon Road Works Heeley
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S8 0YA
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 0114 255 1051
Fax : +44 0114 255 7988
Email : info@wolf-safety.co.uk


Article archive for Wolf Safety Lamp Company Ltd;

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New Wolf M-70 LED Mini Torch Meets Stricter Harmonised Dust Standards (Zone 0/20) 08 July 2022

Wolf’s technical team have developed the NEW Wolf M-70 mini LED torch to fully meet the latest, stricter safety standards designed to protect people working in dust atmospheres....

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Confined space lighting in hazardous areas using LED portable light from Wolf Safety 11 March 2022

David Lyon, Sales Manager with Wolf Safety Lamp, was approached by one of Europe’s largest passenger airlines requiring ATEX lighting in a confined space as they needed to safely illuminate the interior of a jet airliner’s fuel tank....

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Working in a small confined space? Don’t be dazzled by your floodlight 28 February 2022

If you’ve ever been dazzled by floodlight glare in a pitch black tank then Wolf Safety have developed the ideal solution – their robust, compact and lightweight floodlight – the WF-250XL....

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Hazardous area LED lighting – Wolf Safety introduces Directional Linear Optics (DLO) to the market 28 January 2022

Wolf Safety is proud to announce the launch of its brand new hazardous area LED lighting range that is suitable for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and features revolutionary patented Directional Linear Optics (DLO)....

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Safely illuminating difficult to access areas on North Sea oil rigs with Wolf WL-50 Mini Worklite 13 December 2021

When the operators of one of a major oil company’s North Sea oil rigs needed to safely illuminate some of the darkest, most difficult hazardous areas on board the platform they came to Wolf Safety Lamp to solve the problem.

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ATEX & IECEx shot blasting torch 03 August 2020

Thorne & Derrick is the main distributor for the Wolf Safety Lamp range of portable and temporary lighting for hazardous area and explosive atmospheres – a complete range of lighting products are available certified according to ATEX for safe use in hazardous areas Zone 1 & Zone 2 (Gas) and Zone 21 & Zone 22 (Dust)....

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Straight talking prompts Wolf Safety to take off some weight 26 March 2020

The Maintenance Manager looked Wolf Safety’s UK Sales Manager Matthew Mear right in the eye. “Look,” he said, “we like your rechargeable ATEX Worklights. They do a great job for us and take whatever we throw at them....

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Dazzled by floodlight glare in a pitch black tank? Wolf Safety finds the ideal solution 25 November 2019

Let’s be honest, a totally enclosed tank in a hazardous area which needs inspecting, cleaning or repairing is never going to win a workplace of the month award. You need good portable lighting just to see where you’re going, let alone carry out the task....

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Wolf Safety appointed exclusive UK distributor of Ramfan workplace ventilation fans 23 July 2019

Wolf Safety has announced its appointment as exclusive distributor in the UK of Ramfan hazardous location ventilation fans, manufactured by the Euramco Group based in San Diego, California....

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Think you’re safe? Remove doubt by using Wolf Safety’s new voltage alert technology 05 March 2019

Working in potentially explosive areas is hazardous enough without having concerns that the voltage being supplied to temporary lighting is no longer within certified limits. How can anyone be absolutely sure what voltage is being supplied, especially in a typical, long cable FPSO situation?  Could it be one volt more or less than the certified range?...