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EX-Series

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Nr: 501017 Headlamp EXH8
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
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€99.90
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€185.00
Nr: 500836 Flashlight EX7
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€99.90
Nr: 500682 Flashlight EX4
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€44.90

Explosion-proof flashlights – For use in areas where there is a risk of explosion


Explosion-proof LED flashlights – Optimal protection in the workplace. In industry or even fire department operations, there is a risk of explosion in the workplace. In areas designated as EX zones, there is a risk of explosions from ignitable dust, vapor, mist or gases in groups IIA, IIB, IIIA, IIIB, IIC and IIIC. Conventional flashlights don't provide sufficient protection to provide light without danger in EX zones.

Instead, special explosion-proof flashlights are used that comply with the ATEX safety directives of the European Union with regard. In addition to ATEX flashlights for EX zones, you'll also find the perfect flashlight for other work and professional areas!

What should you look for when buying an explosion-proof flashlight?


First and foremost, compliance with ATEX directives is crucial for flashlights for EX environments. However, the best protection is useless if the EX flashlight doesn't have additional functions and practicality. When the fire department uses explosion-proof flashlights, quick action can save lives. Taking off protective gloves, even for just a second, to operate the flashlight isn't an option. That's why Ledlenser's explosion-proof flashlights are specially designed to be easy to use, even when wearing protective gloves. For example, the Magnetic Switch principle or the option to attach the flashlight to loops or adapters on equipment can enormously simplify the use of the flashlight.

A robust housing is equally important for use in surroundings that are filled with dust, gas, fumes and mist. This provides additional protection against shocks, and the explosion-proof flashlight is easier to handle because doesn't weigh too much or too little.

Likewise, the flashlight's burn time should be several hours on a single battery charge. A flashlight that fails in the field can have fatal consequences. Depending on the model, explosion-proof flashlights are powered by either a rechargeable battery or replaceable batteries.

Last but not least, the range and intensity of the flashlight is also highly important. EX flashlights are usually have a brightness of several hundred lumens to provide sufficient illumination, even in the darkest corners and environments.

Trouble-free everyday work in EX zones with explosion-proof flashlights


Gas suppliers and service station employees are not the only ones who are trained to work around explosion hazards. Professionals, such as those who work in the chemical industry, hazardous goods storage and paint shops, are also aware of the risks posed by sudden ignitions and the resulting explosions. Anyone working in an environment where there is an explosion hazard is putting themselves and their co-workers at risk if they're using a flashlight that hasn't been specifically designed for these conditions.

An explosion-proof flashlight is a must wherever there is a need to ensure that disastrous chain reactions do not occur as a result of an excessively hot light source or other forms of released energy. In these situations, the explosion-proof flashlights in the Ledlenser iL series and EX series provide optimal protection! These flashlights provide an enormously high level of safety when used in EX zones and are also made with high-quality, high-performance components.