Indoor concepts

Select the indoor application area of your interest.

 

Industry

Our lighting solutions for industrial environments can make your workplace a safer environment in which to work and reduce the risk of work-related injuries. They are carefully designed for the exact task at hand – from cold, refrigerated environments to busy production lines. Find out how brighter lighting can make your workplace a better place to work.

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Warehouses

Warehouses and terminal buildings require good working light, but only when the light is actually needed. There is often a great potential for energy savings through lighting control.

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Offices

In an office the light is an important part of creating a good working environment. Light is needed, not only to see but it also influences how we feel.

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Education

In a classroom there must be a good learning environment. Lighting is an important part of that as the correct light can improve the performance of students. The light should be adapted to different tasks in the classroom, whether it is writing or reading on the board, working at the desk or working at computer screens. There is a need for both direct and indirect light.

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Retail

In retail you want to create a good shopping environment, where customers feel comfortable and welcome. You also want to present the products in an attractive light setting. Using the right light has a direct impact on your sales.

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Healthcare

Not only can the light make us see, good light may also have the effect that it makes us feel better. Proper lighting is essential within healthcare. In examination and operation rooms there are high demands for light output and contrast vision.

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Circulation areas

A variety of areas are considered circulation areas. It can be entrances, corridors, reception, atriums etc. It can be in buildings, airports, railway stations, shopping malls etc. People visiting should feel comfortable and welcome. The light design and amount should respond to the exact needs of the intended service.

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