High Bay Lighting

Industrial WideBay Luminaires were used for the HighBay lighting at Westland Row Train in central Dublin.

To improve light levels and uniformity as well as energy saving and better maintenance, WideBay Luminaires with high output  Pulse Metal Halide lamps were installed on the instructions of Irish Rail.  The higher vertical Lux levels achieved also provide a comfort and safety advantage, as the sides of the Train including the Doors are better illuminated.  It is estimated that 80% of the human visual field comprises vertical surfaces and this Luminaire is designed for this.  Typically, this Luminaire provides 3 times as much vertical illumination as compared to standard high bay lighting.  This would include lighting on Walls, machines, racking, peoples faces, etc.

High Bay lighting

The WideBay is widely used in high bay lighting for Factories, Warehouses as well as Train Stations and similar large buildings.  The Food Industry is particularly suited for this type of high bay lighting as it does not have a glass lens, which is considered dangerous.  It has an acrylic dropped lens and is dust-tight.  A recessed version is available for the Clean Room or Food Industries, especially with Insulated Panel ceilings.

Swimming Pool lighting is also a popular application for these Luminaires.  The wide spacings between fittings usually ensures that the fittings can be hung over the walkways but provide enough illumination to light up over the swimming area.

Options include Emergency and Instant Start relay lighting, or versions with remote gear.

To get a detailed Proposal for your high bay lighting project:

Please send details or drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable high bay lighting 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. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.

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