We were asked to look at all areas of both properties incorporating a large retail shop and the wholesale warehouse and advise on what could be done to improve the light levels firstly and secondly save energy and replace old fittings.
After first carrying out a trial installation to show the client what we could achieve in a small part of his showroom he decided to proceed with a total roll out of our LED lighting throughout his business.
In the main shop floor area we used our 600×1200 LED Grill panels, these use just 54 watts each and replaced panels that were using 182 watts each. You will see by the photos the improvement in light levels was considerable while at the same time reducing the consumed energy drastically. Office areas had a mix of 600×600 panels and baton fittings, so here we used our LED Grill Panel and LED Baton fittings. Externally we used a combination of LED Flood lights and Retro 22 watt LED SON70 replacements.
At the wholesale location we used a combination of 600×600 LED Grill Panel, 4ft LED baton fittings and within the warehouse side we took down all 400 watt low bay lights and replaced with our 100 and 150 watt LED Low Bay units. The improvement in light levels can clearly be seen in the pictures, while again reducing energy consumption massively.
We carried out the installation during a combination of early starts and late finishes during the week and weekends.
Our range of solar powered LED lights comprise of the very latest technology in both LED chips and Solar PV. By using optimised LED and PV cells in our lights we are able to supply commercial LED lighting solutions that will stay lit during the UK winter months.
Easy to install and incredibly efficient, solar powered lighting offers the perfect solution where mains powered lighting isn’t suitable or is just too costly to install.
Procure Direct Ltd was established in 2005 to provide high quality LED products at market-beating prices.
Based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, we have clients all across the UK. We have worked with organisations such as Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire Police Force, Metsawood, NPower, Mitie, Kier and Heron Foods to name just a few.