WAREHOUSING, FACTORIES & MANUFACTURING a low cost solution. Whether you need aisle lights, retro¯¬¾
WAREHOUSING, FACTORIES & MANUFACTURING a low cost solution. Whether you need aisle lights, retro¯¬¾

WAREHOUSING, FACTORIES & MANUFACTURING a low cost solution. Whether you need aisle lights, retro¯¬¾

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    Continuous lighting lines, mounted parallel with racks provide effective lighting for the visual needs in warehouses with shelves.

    Point-to-point lighting is ideal for big open spaces and areas where various tasks are carried out next to storage functions, e.g. unloading or loading trucks.

    These options are considered when preparing the design for warehouse solutions in order to achieve maximum energy saving levels.

    It is very important to ensure safety by understanding visual needs as in warehouses; it is common to have large discrepancies between light levels in different areas.

    It takes time for the eye to adapt to changes in light levels, especially when moving from lighter to darker conditions.

    This causes periods of reduced visual acuity which leads to fatigue and increases the risk of making mistakes and suffering injuries.

    It is scientifi cally proven that LED luminaires are energy-effi cient. Our lighting systems can also be complimented with control systems, which is an additional way of saving energy.

    Depending on the area, control systems include movement sensors and daylight sensors which adjust the illumination level as needed.

    Building owners and managers have potential to add value, reduce costs and enhance performance through the application of good lighting.

    In industrial sectors, for example parking lots, certain warehouse areas, corridors and production lines, there are spaces without permanent use.

    With control based movement detection the waste of lighting in these unused areas can be eliminated easily.

    The effectiveness of lighting management based on light intensity sensing is determined by the availability of daylight and illumination rate of a given space.

    A Luminous lux level of 10% is used constantly for safety reasons for spaces without any detected movement, which prolongs the lifespan of the lighting solution implemented.





    Health and safety should have top priority in the workplace. The right light levels reduce the number of mistakes and injuries, while good CRI and light uniformity increase visual comfort and improve productivity.



  • In warehouses and factories that have various aisles of storage and shelving, replacing old and outdated fi xtures entirely can be cumbersome. Our easy to install LED Linear high bay retrofi ts, make it easy to replace traditional high bays or metal halide fi ttings with LED’s without the costs or hassle. This is a popular option for warehouses or factories looking for a low cost solution.

    Whether you need aisle lights, retrofi ts, explosion protected, entirely new fi xtures, security lighting or a combination of all of the above; our exclusive range will cover all areas of your lighting needs in your warehouse, factory, or other related industrial applications

    There are signifi cant benefi ts to installing energy effi cient lighting in factories and warehouses.

    Effi cient lighting minimises a company’s impact on the environment. Factory buildings that use outdated metal halide, traditional high bays or T8 and T5 fl uorescent tubes, waste energy and have higher electricity costs as a result.

    Typically lights are set at full power regardless of whether areas are occupied or not and often do not provide the lumen output required in the environment.

    Warehouse lighting that responds to occupancy and daylight is more effi cient.

    The luminaires can either be switched off completely or dimmed down to low levels when a particular area is vacant or has enough natural light.

    Light can be controlled manually, or via integrated sensors that sense movement and light availability.

    Although there is an initial investment involved in this type of lighting, the benefi ts will soon show through lower electricity costs as less energy is wasted.

    There is no single warehouse lighting system that will fi t or suit every business.

    Each case is different and in some cases bespoke lighting design may offer the best results.

    Utilising LED technology in industry lighting means improved light distribution, good visual acuity, colour consistency and optical control, combined with less power consumption, less waste, and less time and costs in terms of maintenance.

    Correct CRI can aid concentration levels and wakefulness. This in turn does not only improve safety, but also increases worker performance. Good colour rendition enhances visuality, while optimised lighting uniformity and brightness distribution reduces visual fatigue - a win-win for all.