Factory buildings have a higher than normal reliance on machinery and technologies and usually have high maintenance costs. A balance needs to be found between efficient factory lighting and the best luminary levels for productivity.
Functional Needs of Factory Lighting
The variety of functions at any factory could range from manufacturing, fabricating, assembly, disassembly, packaging, processing and repairing. Auxiliary function areas such as storage, administration and distribution areas also come into play a lot of the time.
Occupancy control and daylight control systems provide some very clever solutions for energy saving. Granted, there is a larger setup cost involved when investing in such sensor technologies. Integrated sensors or remote controls can be used to trigger factory lighting units to activate at certain times, when natural light is diminished or when motion is detected. Some lights can be manually dimmed and brightened on demand via a switch and remote.
- Directional Lighting for Loading Bays
- Warehouse Lighting with Sensor Control
- High Performance Pendant Lighting
- Heavy Duty Industrial Lighting