Industry & Warehouse Lighting
Effective warehouse and production hall lighting has a significant impact on the productivity, safety, and well-being of employees and facilitates quick and accurate work processes. We recommend energy-efficient and flicker-free lighting with a high light output and a suitable IP protection rating. Depending on the specific requirements, it might be advisable to integrate sensors and DALI lighting control.
We strongly recommend energy-efficient LED lighting for illuminating warehouses, production halls and other industrial premises. Industrial LED lighting is more economical compared to older technologies such as fluorescent tubes or traditional incandescent bulbs. Therefore, updating industrial premises with professional LED lighting pays off in the long term and helps business owners to save on energy and maintenance costs.
The following key factors are crucial in industrial lighting design:
Ideal arrangement and spacing of the lights
High-quality covers for low loss of brightness and high glare control
Consideration of pre-existing conditions such as the architecture and size of the building, reflection, dirt, dust, etc.
Intelligent lighting control systems such as sensor-operated and human-centric lighting (HCL) offer additional benefits for the industry sector. HCL lighting adjusts illuminance and colour temperature based on our natural biorhythm, creating a more comfortable and efficient lighting environment while positively influencing employee well-being and cutting maintenance costs.
There are legislations and best practices that need to be considered for industrial lighting. A valuable resource is the 'Guide on Lighting for Industry' published by CIBSE. This document is aligned with the British Standard BS EN 12464 (Lighting of workplaces) and specifies, among other aspects, the minimum illuminance (lux), minimum colour rendering index (CRI) and the glare rating for different work areas such as workshop units or corridors.
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Reduced Maintenance Costs
Effective LED lighting positively impacts the maintenance costs of a business. These expenses refer to any costs incurred by the business to keep its assets in good working conditions and include:
1. Material costs for replacements of lights, bulbs, and accessories
2. Service costs for maintenance and repair of the lighting system
3. Business insurance plans
Outdated lighting technologies such as compact fluorescent or gas discharge lamps break easily, turn yellow or start to flicker.
LED warehouse lighting ensures maintenance-free light for up to 30 years due to a long service life and higher energy efficiency. Our dedicated team of light planners will help you to plan an effective and economical lighting concept that is tailored to your business needs.
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The Benefits of LED
With a lifespan of up to 100,000 operating hours, high-quality LED lighting has many benefits over traditional incandescent bulbs, most notably an increased energy efficiency of up to 90%. Incandescent bulbs only last for a maximum of 1,000 hours; frequent switching them on and off negatively impacts the lifespan of the bulbs on top of this.
|Light source type
|Service life (in hours)
|Lifespan (at 60 hours/week)
|2,000 - 4,000 h
|0.6 - 1.2 years
|15,000 - 100,000 h
|5 - 32 years
High quality is essential in the industry sector - professional LED warehouse lighting is extremely durable and virtually maintenance-free while providing uniform, flicker- and glare-free lighting. LED lighting consumes significantly less energy which results in reduced carbon emissions and lower costs.
Human-centric lighting (HCL) describes the usage of artificial light that automatically adapts to the natural biorhythm of human beings. The colour spectrum of the light imitates natural daylight and aims at benefiting the performance, comfort, health and well-being of employees.
DALI Lighting Control Systems
DALI stands for Digital Addressable Lighting Interface and is a standardised and reliable interface for communication and control of lighting systems. DALI is widely used in the industry sector and can be integrated with automation systems that manage several parts of a building's infrastructure, including lighting, heating, or ventilation. Depending on your individual business requirements and lighting needs, we look forward to supporting you with the planning and integration of a DALI system.