Lighting plays an invaluable role in an industry sector. It is not only ensuring adequate visibility, it is also ensuring the safety of everyone working in the company. Appropriate lighting of industrial or warehouse areas should meet all the requirements resulting from the specifications and standards.

Adequate lighting also affects the wellbeing of employees, their productivity and focus. Cold light stimulates employees to work, while warm light relaxes and negatively affects motivation to work.

Warehouse and industrial halls work in shifts. Therefore, it is very important to complement the natural light that does not come from the outside. In an environment with too much light or too little, workers will be exposed to faster fatigue and discouragement to work.

Appropriate artificial lighting

With appropriate artificial lighting, the human circadian rhythm will not be disturbed, and will also increase concentration at work, which will significantly affect the safety and efficiency in the workplace.

When illuminating areas such as production halls and warehouses, the biggest challenge is their area. The lighting must be adjusted in such a way that the entire zone is lit evenly, while not dazzling people inside the building.

With such large facilities, luminaires are most often mounted high, in hard-to-reach places, so their maintenance and replacement requires specialised equipment. This process often requires to stop all operations carried out in this area, which is why it is so important that the lighting fixtures are maintenance-free and failure-free.

A large number of industrial companies work in shifts. For lighting fixtures, this means that they will be used very intensively, usually 24 hours a day, and for the company it means significant expenses on electricity.

Modern lighting systems have a real impact on savings for the company. LED luminaires, compared to previous generations of luminaires, can save up to 75% of electricity.

This is very important in today's world, where we constantly face not only increases in energy prices, but also an ecological approach. By using energy-saving luminaires, we reduce our carbon footprint, thus minimising our impact on the natural environment.

Additional economic and ecological advantages

In conjunction with control systems, we are able not only to monitor, but also control lighting to suit our needs. The ability to control the lighting is also additional economic and ecological advantages.

By appropriate lighting control, we can dim the light or completely turn off the luminaires in an area where there is no employee, and activate them after motion is detected by a sensor on the luminaire.

LUG lighting solutions are adapted to work with control systems, are fully controllable and thanks to our experience we will ensure the appropriate setting of the system, in accordance with the requirements of the facility.

By implementing lighting projects around the world, we have carried out a complete certification and verification process of our luminaires according to many different global standards, obtaining certifications and approvals such as: ENEC, ENEC +, SASO, RoHS, Synergrid, RTA and others.

LUG is a proud member of CIBSE organisation and ZHAGA Consortium. Our luminaires are regularly awarded with the most prestigious awards confirming the highest class of quality and design.