Our ATEX worklights are designed for use in the most difficult environments, such as wet zones or confined spaces, and some also benefit from ATEX certification for work in explosive zones. Find out more about our ATEX range.
SafATEX® flashlight SIGMA SL1000
SafATEX® penlight SIGMA PenLight LED
Flashlight ATEX Zone 0 EX7
HEADLAMP ATEX ZONE 0 EXHT220
HEADLAMP ATEX ZONE 0 EXH8
ATEX LED TUBE 25W
ATEX EX1400R RECHARGEABLE PROJECTOR
ATEX ZONE 0 RALS 9455 RECHARGEABLE SPOTLIGHT
PROJECTOR ATEX 60W 230V
ATEX PROJECTOR 60W 24V
ATEX 120W PROJECTOR
ATEX 150W PROJECTOR
ATEX SLAMSTAR 90W PROJECTOR
ATEX LED TUBE 25W EMERGENCY
ATEX LED 2x25W 180° tube
ATEX LED 2x25W 360° tube
ATEX RECHARGEABLE FLASHLIGHT HERO ZONE 0
HEADLAMP SAFATEX ZONE 0 HT MINI
ATEX MICA IL-800 FLASHLIGHT ZONE 0 AND ZONE 1
ATEX ZONE 0 FLASHLIGHT EX185
FLASHLIGHT ATEX ZONE 0 EX325 (ANGLED LAMP)
RECHARGEABLE FLASHLIGHT ATEX ZONE 1 EX160R
RECHARGEABLE FLASHLIGHT SAFATEX SL ZONE 0
LED INSPECTION LAMP ATEX SEMIC
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OUR ATEX LIGHTING
When it comes to working in wetlands, confined spaces or hazardous areas, ATEX lighting is the ideal choice. Their characteristics enable you to work in hazardous areas while benefiting from safe, effective lighting. Contact Labérine directly to find out more about our ATEX lighting lighting for professionals!
WHAT IS ATEX LIGHTING?
ATEX classifies zones according to their hazardousness and risk of explosion. ATEX zones are classified into 3 categories 0, 1 and 2; 0 being the most explosive zone and 2, a zone where the hazard danger is rare and short-lived. ATEX lamps are therefore the ideal lighting solution for ATEX zones: their external protection and LED lighting eliminate the possibility of sparks igniting the atmosphere in such zones.
Labérine offers many types of ATEX-certified lighting to suit your needs and and your profession: flashlights, headlamps, tubes, as well as a wide range of spotlights. ATEX hazardous area lighting solutions are suitable for the petrochemical and gas industries, as well as sensitive construction sites.
WHY OPT FOR ATEX LIGHTING?
First and foremost, ATEX lighting solutions offer powerful, efficient illumination. For example, the ATEX Zone 0 EX7 flashlight features variable variable lighting power between 60 and 200 Lumens, and an operating time of up to 45 hours (60 Lumens). For power, 3 AA batteries supplied with the product are all you need to benefit from its exceptional lighting quality.
But that's not all: ATEX lighting is designed for use in hazardous areas. This means they offer superior features to consumer lighting solutions: resistance to extreme temperatures, for example (between -20 and +40°C). What's more, ATEX solutions offer mechanical strength and protection ratings that enable them to withstand hazardous situations.
The Zone 0 EX7 flashlight, for example, can withstand a fall of up to one meter, and features an IP66 rating: protection against all types of dust and strong jets of water from all directions. Last but not least, we offer a wide range of ATEX solutions, including not only flashlights, but also headlamps, tubes and floodlights.
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR ATEX LIGHTING?
As mentioned above, there are several ATEX lighting models to suit your needs. The flashlight is a reliable and versatile lighting solution for professionals who need to work in potentially explosive atmospheres. If you are a worker who has to intervene in such a placeATEX headlamps are also also optimal solutions for keeping your hands free. The EXH8 Zone 0 headlamp, for example, offers 180 Lumens and 40 hours of autonomy. Lightweight (345 g.) and comfortable, you won't notice it after just a few hours!
In addition, there are ATEX-certified floodlights certified floodlights, with varying degrees of lightness and power. The small 60 W ATEX floodlights are a lightweight, practical solution for providing back-up lighting in hazardous areas. The Slamstar is heavier, but offers superior superior lighting power of 7,400 Lumens (compared with 5,000 for the 60W). Last but not least, the tubes are ideal for operations in extreme zones, such as petrochemical platformsfor example. Thanks to their cable, they offer a lighting solution for suspended operations.
CHOOSING ATEX LIGHTING: FOR WHAT APPLICATIONS?
Specialized for hazardous and explosive and explosive areasATEX lighting systems include particularly popular with people people working in hazardous industries such as gas, chemicals, oil, etc.. These professionals have to work in smoke-filled premises or places with explosive atmospheres. For particularly dangerous situationsprofessionals often opt for a headlamp, although in certain extreme situations a LED tube such as the 2x25W 180° is more suitable.
WHAT AREAS CAN BE LIT WITH ATEX SOLUTIONS?
ATEX lighting solutions are particularly popular in industries where there is a high risk of explosion, such as the oil, gas and petrochemical industries, and cement works. ATEX lighting solutions are designed toto illuminate increasingly dangerous and and difficult-to-access areas. Their sturdiness, non-slip surface and attachment system enable you to work in these areas without worrying about your lighting solution (breakage, loss or dimming). So you can rely on Labérine in any situation!
WHICH LUMINAIRES ARE PREFERRED FOR ATEX LIGHTING SOLUTIONS?
ATEX certification ATEX favors LED-type luminaires, as they are an economical, ecological, powerful and efficient solution. You'll find LED lighting in ATEX flashlights (Xtrem LED), headlamps (Power LED) and spotlights (OSRAM's ultra-powerful 120W spotlight).
ATEX hazardous area lighting solutions sometimes feature independent modules for each luminaire, as in the case of the Slamstar, which offers 3 independent 30 W modules. So, if one module fails, the other 2 can continue to operate. A reliable, efficient lighting solution! Contact Labérine directly to find out more about our ATEX lighting solutions!