Industrial Lighting

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Industrial Light Fixtures

Industrial lighting design uses various lighting methods to improve the lighting, safety and ambience of an industrial space, indoor or outdoor.
LUX levels from 300-1000 or more may be used, depending on a particular project’s need. Lighting designs are made and lights are installed based on what is required for the space, industry or location, to ensure safety and efficiency.

  • High-bay fixtures can be used from 20 to 45-meter height, with medium and wide beam angles.
  • Low-bay fixtures can be used from 12 to 20 meters height, with medium and wide beam angles along with decorative reflectors.
  • Linear high-bay fixtures are used for specific lighting requirements. These fittings can be used with normal, wide beam angles (symmetric beam angle), or in special cases, asymmetric beam angles.
  • Flood light fixtures can be used on ceilings, walls and beam structures, and outdoor facades.
  • Damp Proof or LED Tri-proof Lights are Water-proof, dust and damp proof fixture. Highly resistant to heavy impacts and can sustain temperature variation of up to 65°C. Suitable for parking lots, warehouse, cold storage, poultry shed, barn, and farmhouse.
Area Flood Lights
Decorative Highbay Lights
LED Flood Lights
Highbay Fixtures
LED Highbay with Sesnor
Asymetric Flood Lights
SMD Type Highbay Lights
LED Highbay with Glass/PC diffuser
Wall Mount Highbay Lights
Linear Highbay Fixtures
Linear Flood Lights
LED Damp Proof Fixture
Waterproof LED Fixtures
LED Parking Light with Sensor
Asymetric Linear Highbay
LED Batten Light
LED Tube lights with Sensor
Triproof LED Fixtures

Street Lights

Various types of illumination techniques are use to meet present day transportation infrastructure requirements to ensure smooth traffic flow, safety and saving on cost of energy. Our street lighting solutions are cost-effective and sustainable choice for cities today, equipped with day lights sensors, motion or proximity sensor along with smart lighting control our street lighting solution are brining life to urban areas.

Compared to traditional lamps, LED street lights have the capability to be remotely powered on, off or dimmed by means of controllers. These can be integrated inside the lamp from the production stage or mounted on the lamp.

The main standards of street lights controls are 0-10, DALI1, DALI2 (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface). The important thing is to make sure that the smart lighting controllers are compatible to the lamps’ control system.

Our team of expert engineers and lighting designers can provide assistance is street lighting design that can be reduce cost and increase effectiveness by control various parameters like pole-to-pole distance, type of optics (spread and throw angle of luminaire), pole heights, type of pole and pole arrangement.

Apart from LED street light we can also provide professional solar street lights systems with your choice of LED power and reliable battery options for stand alone operation.

All In one Solar Street Light
LED Street Light
Street Light with Day Light Sensor
Solar Street Light
High Power Solar Street Light
Street Light with Special Optics

Sports Lighting

Good sports facilities are fundamental to the development of sporting opportunities for everyone, from the youngest rookie to the world-renowned athlete. Sports lighting refers to the incorporation of artificial lighting in stadiums to help mimic natural lighting during the day to ensure the continuity of the sports. Competitions and training situations in various sports need ideal lighting conditions, even in rough conditions, and in all kinds of weather.

Factors to consider:

  • Color temperatures and
  • Fixture optics (beam angles/symmetric or asymmetric light distribution)
  • IP and IK ratings
  • Heat Dissipation
  • Glare Ratings
  • LED Lifespan
  • Flicker-free Lighting
  • Level of activity. For example, consider whether there will be broadcasting or not

1. Sports Hall Lighting

When designing an indoor or multipurpose hall, suitable light fittings and scene control measures are used for different activities, ensuring that all lighting needs are met.

2.Tennis Court and Badminton Lighting

Shuttlecocks and tennis balls are small and fast. Constant visual follows up and trajectory tracing is required to keep up with their speed. For these reasons, special (asymmetric) LED light fixtures with less glare and vertical illumination, and good uniformity are required. Luminaires must be installed outside playing areas, and shall not be positioned behind the baseline.

3. Swimming Pool Lighting

Swimming pool lighting is created for a variety of visual tasks due to attention and focus on staying in lane, and turning points. Proper ambient lighting, low glare and positioning are important as light reflects direct sunlight and incident light. Swimming pool lights must be protected against water, dust, chlorination, corrosion and salty water. IP rating of pool lights can be IP65 and above.

4.Soccer or Football Field Lighting

Soccer or football field lighting: Mast approximately 4 on each side, between 12 to 20meters high. This is recommended in order to achieve a minimum angle above pitch center of 20 or 25 degrees. An alternative option can be four masts where long throw symmetrical and narrow beam flood lights are used.

Stadium Lights
Arena Vision Type Flood Lights
High Mast Flood Lights
1000W Flood Lights
500W Narrown Beam Flood Lights
800W Medium Beam Flood Lights
1400W Flood Lights
Asymetric Flood Lights
High Mast Anti Glare Flood Lights
High Power Modular Flood Lights
Flood Lights for Tennis Court Areas
Shoe Box Type Flood Lights
Lighting Control System
Moving Head RGB Fixtures
Highbay Lights For Multi Purpose Halls
LED Linear Lights
Panel Type Highbay Lights
Linear Asymetric Highbay Lights
Multi Purpose Hall Lighting
Indoor Swimming Pool Lighting
Large Indoor Area Lighitng
Swimming Pool Lighitng
Soccer Field Lighting
Stadium Lighitng

Explosion Proof Lights

Explosion proof lighting is integral for businesses that operate in hazardous environments, where potentially explosive gases and vapors are present. Employees working in a hazardous environment are constantly exposed to the threat of potential explosions that may occur if safety precautions are not implemented properly.

Explosion proof lights application

  • Chemical plant platforms
  • Refinery plant platforms
  • Oil depots and oil tanks
  • Gasoline stations
  • Oil field drilling  platforms
  • Explosion proof street lights, tunnel and passageway lights
  • Equipment rooms, workshops and warehouses

Our explosion proof light fixtures are ATEX certified, in compliance with the European Union’s ATEX Directive on Equipment for Potentially Explosive Environments. Explosion proof LED lights are designed in line with safety measures to prevent potential blasts from any ignition or spark being generated by light fixtures.

Explosion proof lights certifications

  • IECEX certificate
  • ATEX certification
  • CU-TR certification
  • NEC certification
  • UL certification
  • QS Certification

What is explosion proof lighting?

An explosion proof lighting fixture is typically encased in a thick frame that is usually made from a sturdy material like steel or aluminum. They are also equipped with extremely durable lenses that can withstand harsh working conditions and prevent cracks that may result in leaks.

Explosion proof lights are designed in such a manner that bulbs, wires, contacts, or any switches are not directly exposed to the atmosphere. This is because any sparks from close contact or switch movements can result in an explosion, and even the heat of a light bulb may ignite an explosion in a highly flammable environment.

Explosion proof lights are highly reliable and durable, compared to general lighting fixtures. They are mostly produced with sturdier and heavier materials that can withstand harsh working environments.

Thanks to being built with stronger frames and thicker tempered glass lenses, explosion proof lights are highly resistant to vibration. Their high IK ratings allow for greater ease of mobility or transportation. They are the first choice for industries that need mobile illumination for operations.

Explosion proof lights are more energy efficient than normal lights. An explosion proof light consumes 90% less energy than a standard light, which is the reason their illumination lasts up to 100,000.00 hours. This advantage of a longer life span reduces operational costs in harsh working environments where replacement and maintenance of, for example, oil rugs and marine stations, are already a challenge.

Along with other mechanical advantages, explosion proof lights emit less heat compared to conventional lights. This feature also reduces the changes of spark and ignition.

Explosion proof lights are eco-friendly and do not contain harmful substances like mercury and lead.

ATEX Flood Lights
Linear Explosion Proof Lights
Explosion Proof Flood Light Series
Explosion Proof Linear Fixtures
Explosion Proof Isolator
ATEX isolators
Exit Lights Explosion Proof Type
Marine Grade Light
Marine Grade Flood Lights
Explosion Proof Highbay
Explosion Proof Junction Box
Explosion Proof Lamps
ATEX Certified Lights
Explosion Proof Portable Light
Explosion Proof Accessories
Explosion Proof Switch & Sockets
Explosion Proof Hanging Lamps
Battery Operated Explosion Proof Lights

Classification of Hazardous Locations and Devices

To ensure proper and safe lighting in the areas that remain vulnerable to hazardous accidents, the National Electric Code (NEC) has set standards that classify the various risk levels meant for lighting to be approved as HAZLOC safe. This is meant to help users identify the safest light for their location, and whether they’re location lies in a hazardous category.

The hazardous areas have been classified by the NEC based on groups, classes, divisions, and sectors. You can check the categorical identity of your area from the right table.

Class and Divisions of Explosion Proof Lights Explained

There are three classes of explosion proof lights known as Class I, Class II, and Class III. These are the broadest sense in which explosion proof lights are distinguished from each other. The classes are then each broken down further into two separate divisions.

The three classes and their corresponding divisions:

Class I
These areas have flammable vapors or gases with topmost concentrations that can ignite instantly upon coming in contact with electric sparks or open flames.

Class II
These areas have a concentration of combustible dust.

Class III
These areas have a concentration of ignitable fires.

These classification groups have been further divided by the NEC into three subsets based on specific factory regulations. The further two divisions have the hazardous lighting locations grouped into sets based on their level of exposure to dangerous materials.

Division 1
The ignitable substances remain in the surroundings all the time, periodically during regular times, or released during any maintenance activity or machine failure.

Division 2
The ignitable substances remain present but in a controlled concentration due to proper ventilation and other release methods.

Those are the NEC classifications. You must have noticed that these classifications are more about the light’s location.

The next classification standards set by The Occupational Safety and Health Administrations (OSHA) are for the categorization of lights based on their characteristics, model, and material concentrations.

The classes are denoted with letters from A-G:

Class I gases  ──────────

start with letters A-D. The gases of Group A possess the highest explosion pressure like
acetylene, and the gases of Group D have the lowest explosion pressure, like propane.

Class II gases ──────────

start with letters E-G. Group E has metal conducive dust like magnesium, Group F has
carbonaceous dust like coal, and Group G has non-conducive dust like plastic, wood, and

  • Class I, Division 1 – Where ignitable concentrations of flammable gases, vapors or liquids are present continuously or frequently within the atmosphere under normal operation conditions.

  • Class I, Division 2 – Where ignitable concentrations of flammable gases, vapors, or liquids are present within the atmosphere under abnormal operating conditions.

  • Class II, Division 1 – Where ignitable concentrations of combustible dusts are present within the atmosphere under normal operation conditions.

  • Class II, Division 2 – Where ignitable concentrations of combustible dust are present within the atmosphere under abnormal operating conditions.

  • Class III, Division 1 – Where easily ignitable fibers or materials producing combustible flyings are present within the atmosphere under normal operation conditions.

  • Class III, Division 2 – Where easily ignitable fibers or materials producing combustible flyings are present within the atmosphere under abnormal operating conditions.