Energy Saving Factory Lighting Installations

UK Lighting Installation Services - LED & T5 Lighting - All Industrial Building Types

Our UK Energy Efficient Factory Lighting Services - Design - Supply - Install

Need better lighting in your factory building? Your existing sodium, metal halide or fluorescent low/high bay/floodlight fittings could be wasting thousands of pounds per year, be difficult to maintain, produce poor lighting levels etc. - we can help!

Established in 2008 - we are one of the UK's true energy saving factory lighting installation specialists - our solutions include state-of-the-art LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting technology.

Contact Us Now To:

  • Arrange a FREE, no-obligation lighting survey of your building

  • Find out which of our lighting systems (e.g. - LED) will be most suitable

  • Get a quotation for a new lighting system (+ FREE energy savings report)

  • Explain the financial incentives available (grants, tax relief schemes etc.)

  • Organise the supply, installation & commissioning of your new light system

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Other benefits

We operate across the UK!

  • North-West of England
  • North-East of England
  • East & West Midlands
  • London & Home Counties
  • South & South-West of England
  • Wales

Building types

  • Industrial units
  • Factories
  • Manufacturing/assembly plants
  • Large machine shops & workshops
  • Production buildings
  • Inspection & finishing areas

Our lighting technologies

  • We replace 250W/400W sodium/metal halide & fluorescent tube fittings with:
  • LED technology
  • T5 fluorescent tube
  • Induction lamp
  • Intelligent control systems

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Use one of the following methods & arrange your FREE lighting survey/quote today

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Some notes on selecting energy efficient factory lighting contractors

If you are considering installing energy saving industrial lighting technology in a factory building (including the latest industrial LED lighting fittings - Light Emitting Diodes) there are some key questions to ask of any factory lighting contractor:

  • Does the factory undertake industrial processes which cause the generation of dust and debris in the environment? Or possible involve hazardous and corrosive chemical deposits? This is important to know as some new energy efficient factory lighting solutions (such as LED high bay and low bay industrial lighting fittings) can suffer from build up of debris on their heat-sinks which need to be clear to continue to function properly. Well designed industrial lighting systems will use the correct IP rating on the low or high bay factory lighting fittings
  • Does factory have high occupancy? - Some energy saving factory lighting systems can be automatically dimmed/switched in response to occupancy (PIR and microwave presence detection). Factory lighting installers who have the latest energy efficient automatically controlled industrial lighting systems can program these for additional energy savings
  • Does the factory have access to daylight via sky-panels and windows)?. Much like presence detection controls, modern factory lighting systems can be programmed to automatically adjust their output in response to the available daylight. A factory lighting survey can flag up the possibility of using this free lighting in advance of the specification of any industrial lighting system.
  • The height the existing factory light fittings? - factory buildings tend to be large and as such the industrial low and high bay light fittings (usually using 250 Watt or 400 Watt sodium or metal halide lamps) can be difficult to reach (requiring hiring a scissor lift or cherry picker). New energy efficient industrial lighting systems (such as LED lighting and induction lighting have very long lamp lifetimes - if maintenance is an issue on your factory building then these industrial lights should be specified by your electrical contractor when undertaking an industrial lighting installation
  • A good factory lighting installation contractor should be able to flag up issues with uneven light distribution from existing industrial lighting systems (such as dim areas or inadequate lux levels for the work taking place in the factory)

Green Business Light provides a complete industrial lighting survey and factory lighting installation service for businesses across the UK - contact us now to arrange a lighting survey and quotation...