Food Industry Lighting

The ABP Food Group has a €2.3 Billion annual Turnover and employs 8000 people, mainly in the UK and Ireland.  VeeLite have supplied many ABP Food Processing Plants over 20 years with both internal industrial lighting – typically food processing areas and warehouses – and with general external lighting – carpark lighting, road lighting, etc.  The Plant shown below was refitted from 400w Metal Halide to 280w LED. These recessed LED Luminaires provide high light levels on both vertical and horizontal surfaces and high uniformity even with wide intervals between the Luminaires.  Both 3K and 4K LED optics are offered.

Food Industry Lighting

The deep acrylic lens is suited towards the Food Industry, where a glass Lens is usually prohibited.  It also provides visual comfort compared to uncovered LED modules. Access to the Driver is from above the Ceiling.  The Management and staff of the above Facility were delighted with the conversion from Metal Halide to LED and commented that light levels appear to be higher, although our 280w LED module was designed to replace the best 400w Metal Halide version we had previously supplied.

The Flange is constructed from Stainless Steel (Grade 304 or higher grades on request) to resist corrosion which can sometimes be an issue, especially in the Diary industry. For refit projects, the original flange is kept and does not need to be moved.  The Luminaire can be washed down with a suitable hose from underneath.

For Factory lighting required suspended Pendant LED HighBays, we offer a Pendant version of this Luminaire – see Project.  The Pendant Version is typically installed between 5m and 10m height and we offer alternative options for Buildings with heights in excess of 10m.

To get a detailed Proposal for your Food Industry lighting project:

Please send Autocad drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of light fittings required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment.

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