Safety conscious petrochemical engineers in Denmark fix them to their bikes, while others attach them to their protective workwear or helmets.
In darkness they can be seen from half a mile away, emitting a choice of white, amber or red beam. In flashing mode their lithium cells last for 65 hours.
This remarkable, highly versatile product is the Wolf Safety Markerlite. It fully meets the ATEX directive and is IECeX certified for safe use in potentially explosive Zone 1 gas and Zone 21 dust atmospheres, as well as meeting the IP67 standard to combat dust and water ingress.
In darkness or reduced visibility the Markerlite is ideal for use in hazardous areas, clearly indicating the location of individuals, vehicles, equipment or escape routes.
Powered by two ‘coin’ primary cells the product’s ultra bright, fitted-for- life LED light provides a choice of flashing mode with up to 65 hours’ output or static mode for up to 25 hours output, delivering an excellent, wide angle beam of 180 degree light visible from the front and sides.
The Markerlite can be securely fixed and left in position for extended periods, continuously highlighting dangers and obstacles to minimise the risk of accidents and injuries. It’s easily mounted on a headband strap or fixed to a tube using the cable tie supplied. Small in size, less than 37mm diameter, it weighs just 23 grams with batteries fitted, make it ideal for wearing or carrying.
Built for long life and total reliability, the Wolf Markerlite has robust single handed switching for operation and function selection and is protected by a drop and impact resistant polycarbonate enclosure.
“Our customers love Wolf Markerlites,” says Slavik Røjtburg, Sales and Marketing Director of Wolf’s partner in Denmark, Alf Jarl Thurøe. “They are small and weigh next to nothing but they’re also tough, very bright and the batteries seem to last for ever. They attach them to their workwear and equipment, as well as putting a few in their pockets to use when needed.”
Wolf Safety’s Marketing Manager, Martyn Lee, adds: ‘Engineers and technicians working in hazardous, potentially explosive atmospheres know they can trust Wolf Safety products. They feel confident that they can switch them on without risk and leave them operating for long periods if required.”
For technical details visit: www.wolfsafety.com