Buildings, bridges and outdoor systems

The quality of lighting is described by so-called quality characteristics. Good lighting must meet all quality characteristics and cannot merely be described by the strength of the lighting. Depending on the task and location, there are a range of conditions and associated requirements made of a lighting system. Whether you simply want to lighten a building optically, or whether the safety of visitors or residents is key, there are a wide variety of standards and guidelines to be taken into account when designing lighting.
We have specialised in illumination concept design for a wide range of requirements. In doing so, we make use of LEDs. The even coverage of entire spectral ranges is good for visibility. LEDs positioned alongside one another, with individual optics, result in a very even distribution of light. This creates an effective and homogeneous illumination with improved light quality. The light quality has a considerably more natural colouration and a good colour-contrast. LEDs can be switched or dimmed infinitely and can achieve full lighting strength immediately. The improved lighting performance for the electrical energy employed in conjunction with the limitless switching options and long lifetime, plus lack of maintenance requirements, bring the true full saving potential to fruition. Whilst maintaining the same lighting density,a potential energy saving of up to 80% can be achieved compared to conventional lighting. LED lighting systems must be constructed in a highly consistent way. They improve the frequently insufficient illumination of buildings, bridges, sports facilities and other outdoor locations.

Make use of these benefits with the implementation of appropriate "light engineering" whilst reducing costs.

More information about our lighting equipment can be found here

Outdoor light