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Wolf Safety’s New Tank Lighting Kits for Hazardous Areas from Whyte-Hall Australia

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Wolf Safety’s new tank lighting kits, available from their Australian distributor Whyte-Hall Australia are certified for use in hazardous area lighting installations.  

Designed as a temporary lighting solution, Wolf Safety’s tank lighting kits are CE marked for ATEX compliance and IECEx scheme certified for use in Zone 1 hazardous areas where potentially explosive gases, vapours and dusts may be present.  

The tank lighting kits comprise of a Zone 1, 230V or 110V-24V Ex transformer supplying extra low voltage for use in tanks and vessels as well as four LL-500 fluorescent leadlamps in twin or quad lamp configuration.  

Each lamp is supplied with 20m of SY cable and fitted with ATX 2P+E plugs and sockets for connection in explosive areas.   

Easy maintenance is a key feature of the tank lighting kits and lamp replacement can be done quickly with standard CFL lamps available from any electrical wholesaler.  

Tank lighting kits are available in numerous configurations including the highly popular kit comprising of four 2x36W lamps for use with tripods or magnetic brackets providing 180° light output.  

Alternatively, kits are also available comprising of three 2x36W lamps and one 4x36W lamp providing 360° high quality ambient light. These tank lighting systems are particularly appropriate for use with a stand to mount the lamp vertically and elevate it away from any residue.  

Wolf Safety’s tank lighting kits come with a full range of accessories including protective film, magnetic fixings, tripods and stands using the integrated Unistrut-compatible mounting points.  

Wolf Safety also carries a full range of spares to minimise downtime for the user.  

Typical applications for these tank lighting kits include vessel entry, tank cleaning and routine inspection work being carried out as part of programmed preventative maintenance shutdowns in potentially dangerous confined spaces, frequently encountered in aircraft, oil and gas facilities, petrochemical plants as well as utility markets.

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