Large spaces with high ceilings, such as warehouses, require specific lighting to function effectively. When shopping around, it is important to ensure that you get it right the first time as cheap fixtures will only end up costing you more in the long run.
What are lighting level requirements?
(CIBSE Lighting Guide LG1 – 2018)
• Loading bays – 150 Lux
• Unpacking, sorting – 300 Lux
• Large item storage – 100 Lux
• Small item rack storage – 300 Lux
• Issue Counters and Desks – 500 Lux
Comprehensive range of highbays
Aurora’s popular AriahTM LED highbay range offers an efficacy of 150lm/W LED and is the perfect solution for industrial applications. Utilising high performing LED technology with 1 10V dimming as standard, they are ideal for maximising energy savings – especially when used with daylight or occupancy sensors. Available in 100W, 150W and 200W versions.
The HulkTMPRO highbay provides a solution for different areas within a warehouse, with a wide beam distribution fitting for the open plan areas and an axial narrow beam distribution fitting for the racking aisles. This allows the client to install two versions of the same fitting across one application.
LED linear: perfect for lower ceilings
Warehouses containing mezzanines and corridors may have much lower ceilings and therefore highbays would not be suitable. In this instance Aurora’s popular BatPacTMPRO and LinearPacs, designed with polycarbonate housings, would provide the answer.
Aurora are also pleased to offer a complete emergency lighting range which is suitable for all warehouse applications, as well as their popular AOne range of smart lighting.