Posts tagged “Lighting installation”

Office lights replaced with LEDs and sensors
We’ve been on the road again, this time going to Castleford in Yorkshire, home to Roman legions and Rugby League. 
 
This project involved a ground floor reception area and offices, including toilet lighting renovations and replacements for failed emergency lights across the site. 
 
Like many reception areas the fluorescent lights here had been left on all the time, even when there wasn’t any activity. The lights have been upgraded to energy efficient LEDs and the wall switches have been replaced with sensors to control the lighting automatically. Now the lights switch off when there’s enough natural light and when there’s no movement. 
Hand holding clear bottle of disinfectant
While we are all anticipating the wide availability of coronavirus vaccines, we also have a new awareness of the importance of general hygiene to prevent the spread of all types of disease. 
 
As businesses start to welcome back employees, new levels of hygiene will need to be maintained. One solution will be lighting technology. How does it work? 
Now that many businesses are re-opening offices, shops and other buildings it’s important to remember emergency lighting maintenance. 
 
When a building has been empty for weeks or months the batteries or backup power for all types of emergency lighting bulkheads or LEDs and exit signs need to be fully checked 
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are energy efficient, which is one of the reasons that they are becoming increasingly popular in industrial settings. 
 
More and more large warehousing and distribution centres that operate around the clock are looking to replacement lighting installations to significantly reduce their energy bills and improve working conditions. 
If the power fails at your business premises, you’ll want to be sure your emergency lighting is working properly. 
 
Without it your employees and visitors could be at risk in the dark and unable to find corridors, stairs and exits. 
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