Garage Lighting Fixtures : Induction lighting

By: Adattsi  05/12/2011
Keywords: lighting, lighting fixtures, car parks

Adattsi have a wide selection of Garage Lighting Fixtures and  solutions for areas such as multi story car parks, garage forecourts, canopy lighting and areas where lighting is essential for vehicle access.

With many of our cities car parks already fitted out with induction lamps it is no wonder that this ever popular product is being fitted out as a first choice for re-lamping such areas over T5 and PL lamp alternatives. Although not every situation is viable or warrants induction technology, it can be the most cost effective solution over time and with Adattsi bringing the prices of induction lamps down to earth, there is now no better time to change over to Induction.

We do supply a range of cost effective alternative solutions to induction lamps but it has been proven time and time again this is currently the best available technology for many reasons. If you are looking specifically for T5 or other fluorescent technology along with daylight dimming and occupancy sensing please see our other sections on our website for more details.

When it comes to versatility nothing beats the Induction Lamp, it can easily be retrofitted in to existing fixtures negating the need for new fixtures and unnecessary waste.

The Induction Garage Fixture can be fitted with an Occupancy Sensor for additional Energy Savings of over 30% average. These sensors can be easily fitted to the fixture and will maintain optimum lighting levels and comfort throughout the installation.

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