THE NEW TR-65 IS A COMPACT, LIGHTWEIGHT, RIGHT ANGLE ATEX ZONE 0 TORCH FOR USE IN THE MOST DEMANDING HAZARDOUS AREA WORKPLACES.
With a market leading 300 lumens emitted from the torch, the new TR-65 has 3 power modes, is lightweight, compact and robust. Reliable, durable and easy to use and carry, it is ideal for use in the most demanding work places.
Its 3 power modes offer maximum choice and flexibility. The highest power setting gives a class leading light output of 300 lumens. Medium power supplies a very useable light output for nearby illumination with an increased duration of up to 14 hours. On the lowest power setting, the torch provides a useful light to be seen by which will last for up to a staggering 159 hours.
The beam pattern is specifically designed for the optimum combination of spot and fringe light; perfect for viewing into the distance whilst providing enough nearby light to ensure safety from obstacles close at hand.
When the battery level falls to 15% of its maximum level, the battery charge indicator will flash and the beam will be interrupted momentarily once every 5 seconds, clearly alerting the user and ensuring they need never be left in the dark.
Strong and robust, the TR-65 is made from impact and chemical resistant thermoplastic – the same tried and tested super tough material used on Wolf hazardous area torches for nearly 2 decades. The lens is made from toughened glass.
Ergonomically designed for comfort in use, it’s large switch is easy to operate, even when wearing gloves. Two integral lanyard fixings allow the torch to be securely attached to a tunic, tool belt or bag.
A flatter back increases stability and a highly robust polymer clip keeps the torch firmly fixed in place, though it can be detached quickly if required and will ‘give’ if the user gets snagged on an obstacle.
Spare parts are readily available to enable users to replace the LED module, lens, clip, end cap, cassette or circuit if required.
The TR-60 is an economical and very viable alternative to the TR-65. Certified for use in Zone 1, it emits 200 lumens from a single setting and is fitted with a polycarbonate lens and shares the same robust materials and construction as the TR-65.