The industrial sector necessarily requires a lighting system that is functional for its operations.
The lighting project must be designed to be high-performance, easy to install and offer effective glare control. It must also offer a quick Return on Investment, without generating heavy maintenance or replacement costs.
Designing lighting for industry means combining technology, effectiveness and cost with aesthetic and functional components.
It also means activating a professional value chain with high technological competence and industrial capacity.
Designing lighting for industry means taking into account:
- Performance and visual comfort for the entry, reception and office areas;
- Safety and concentration for work and production areas;
- Efficiency in terms of storage space;
- Safety and robustness of outdoor areas and passageways.
As in other sectors, standard industrial lighting solutions do not exist.
One of the prerequisites of how to design lighting for industry is knowledge of the client’s needs through an ad-hoc study of the context, followed by an analysis of all available data.
The lighting solutions must be designed to meet the needs of various business applications in the most efficient way possible.
How can lighting for industry be designed to meet these requirements?
By using a design method focused on continuous research and experimentation into quality.
This working approach is important in order to ensure value, quality and durability of the proposed lighting solutions.
Through the in-house design of the basic components of the solutions, continuous research ensures:
- Constant updating of technology;
- Control of the production process;
- The highest product quality standards in terms of performance and lighting.
Another key element is quality experimentation. By investing in staff training and state-of-the-art equipment for testing laboratories, high-tech experiments can be carried out.
The use of this working approach makes it possible to:
- Offer technical and design solutions with the highest degree of customisation;
- Create tailor-made solutions for each customer, given that each order requires flexibility and precision;
- Approach each individual project in accordance with the specific factors.
An industrial lighting project must meet certain requirements such as light quality, safety, comfort, visibility, efficiency and energy savings.
Obviously, this is in respect of all compliance criteria and certifications provided by third parties on any relevant technical aspects.