Lighting

  • Red Arrow Electrical Distribution debuts redesigned IP65 non-corrosive luminaires

    Corrosion is a challenging pain point for all contractors, but Red Arrow Electrical Distribution is hoping to directly tackle the problem with its redesigned line of non-corrosive lighting products. The company has redesigned both its Weatherguard and Fortress range, using materials that are designed to last. 

  • EDF: 4,000 schools, hospitals and businesses could net £45m in energy savings with simple efficiencies

    More than 4,000 schools, hospitals and businesses could benefit from simple energy efficiency changes that could save 147,671 tonnes of carbon per year and net £45 million in savings. That’s according to EDF Energy, which conducted research on 4,150 sites in the UK, and found that the average organisation could achieve a total saving of as much as £46,316 per year. 

  • Ecolighting to supply LED lighting to 164,000 sqft warehouse, promises big energy and cost savings

    Ecolighting UK has been awarded a contract to supply LED lighting to the 164,000 sqft Minworth Central warehouse in Minworth near Birmingham for Rico Logistics. The company will be installing several of its product ranges at the site, with the installation expected to reduce the power consumption and the energy costs associated with lighting the warehouse. 

  • Megaman launches Farron integrated LED battens

    Megaman has released its new integrated LED batten, Farron, available with a flexible, in-built choice of wattage and lumen outputs.

  • Zumtobel luminaires light up Aerospace Bristol Museum

    Zumtobel Lighting has played a part in illuminating Aerospace Bristol’s new museum, dedicated to preserving Bristol’s aviation heritage.

  • The great outdoors 

    Smart lighting is perceived as a feature of the indoor experience, but now it’s set to break new ground outdoors. Martin Allcock, CP Electronics’ OEM sales manager, looks at how new technology is helping create the smart cities of tomorrow.

  • Shaking up the LED industry

    LEDs represent a great opportunity for electrical installers, but we’ve barely scratched the surface of what the technology can achieve. Graham Lewis, sales director at the recently rebranded Red Arrow Electrical Distribution, explains why it’s time for a lighting industry shake-up. 

  • Schools should take advantage of energy funding before deadline 

    Energys Group is urging maintained schools to take advantage of £15 million of funding for energy efficiency projects made available through Salix and the Department for Education.

  • Abtec BT releases white paper on emergency lighting testing

    Abtec Building Technologies has published a white paper exploring the benefits of non-proprietary, automatic emergency lighting testing.

  • Megaman refurbs lighting at Cae Glas Park

    Megaman has installed a new lighting solution at Cae Glas Park, as part of a refurbishment project in Oswestry, Shropshire. 

  • Kiss from a rose

    It all started with one man and an idea. An idea so simple (and brilliant) that it was assumed it had already been done. But, after much hard-work and perseverance, the world’s first BS67 smart ceiling rose was born. Having already received many accolades, as well as scooping ’Lighting Product of the Year’ at our very own ER Excellence Awards this May, here we tell the story of Adaptarose’s Moni Razzaque as we explore how he turned the ordinary into the innovative.

  • Energys Group upgrades lighting solution for Leytonstone School

    Energys Group is helping Leytonstone School reduce its annual energy use following an LED lighting upgrade.

  • The lighting evolution

    Rob Walker of Lighting Controls Ltd takes a look back at the early days of lighting control, and ahead to its bright future.

  • CEF unveils even bigger priced Trade Catalogue 

    CEF has launched its second priced trade catalogue now containing almost 30,000 products.

  • Home improvements the smart way

    UK online electrical wholesaler TradeSparky, highlights some key areas of a customer’s household where smart technology could be recommended. Happy home, happy client.

  • Good enough?

    Zumtobel Lighting UK’s Graeme Shaw discusses emergency lighting regulations and what the minimum requirements are.

  • New emergency light test switch from ESP

    ESP’s Duceri range of emergency lighting products has been expanded to include two new emergency light test switches. 

  • Hot off the press

    Luceco describes the benefits being offered by its LED luminaire refit at the Northern & Shell building in the heart of London.

  • Megaman LEDs benefit auction house

    Megaman’s Nero LED battens have been used to improve the lighting quality and lower the energy usage at Tring Market Auctions.

  • On the right track

    Tamlite Lighting managing director John Allden explains why the application of Building in Quality (BiQ) principles to lighting will bring benefits all-round.

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