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Power Plant Lighting Design is an integral part of any lighting project at power facilities. Well-designed illumination makes all the difference in working conditions and safety for both employees and visitors. Further, due to limited access during plant shutdowns, lighting design done correctly ensures minimal downtime.
What Is Included With A Lighting Plan?
- Custom lighting layout with count & placement
- Foot candle and light balance calculations
- Light fixture recommendation and quote
- Dedicated lighting specialist to assist with your project
How long does it take to get a plan?
CBRE needed high quality lighting for their customer, with stock available for ongoing projects.
What is Power Plant Lighting Design?
Power Plant Facility lighting design uses engineering-grade lighting design software to create a lighting plan. It calculates the total number of fixtures you’ll need. It shows you where to install the fixtures. And it will provide light levels on the floor, and light balance.
We have experience in all types of facilities, from nuclear power plants and thermal power plants to hydroelectric power plants.
Light balance is as important as light levels. Creating a lighting solution that’s bright and balanced is the difference between good and bad lighting.
How Crucial is Safety in Power Plant Lighting Design?
Safety is paramount. Well-planned LED Power Plant lighting enhances visibility and reduces potential risks and hazards. It’s paramount that the right type of lighting be used, and the lighting is designed for the specific application. For example, high-temperature LED lights are suitable for areas where power generation (steam) occurs.
What are the Lighting Requirements for Different Areas in a Power Plant?
Areas within a power plant have different LED lighting needs. Control rooms require lower light levels. Brighter illumination is needed for equipment-intensive areas. In hazardous zones, explosion-proof lighting fixtures are needed. In high-temperature areas, high-temperature fixtures should be used.
Are There Specific Regulatory Standards for Power Plants?
Yes, organizations like the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA( provide guidelines for power plants. General work areas should have around 20 foot candles. Areas of complex tasks or monitoring complex machinery need more, up to 50 foot candles.
How Important are Customized Lighting Systems for Power Plants?
Every power plant has unique operational, safety, and structural characteristics. A customized lighting design will address these needs while ensuring correct light levels and lighting balance/distribution.
Are LED Lights a Good Option for Power Plants?
They are an excellent option. LED lights will provide a combination of low maintenance, high quality lighting, and task specific fixtures specifically designed for harsh areas. On top of this, you will get the benefit of reduced energy consumption.
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