Shop for natatorium rated light fixtures. Reduce overhead, improve light quality and reduce operating costs. Free Photometrics Available to reduce the risk of buying LED. A natatorium requires good lighting to maintain good safety standards. With LED natatorium lighting, the facility provides a good experience. It has reduced operating costs associated with typical lighting systems. All while keeping out humidity to maintain a long lifespan.
Natatorium Lighting Plan
When the lighting in a natatorium is done right, the space looks and feels different. Swimming pools come in different designs, but the basic principles of lighting are still the same. When you get these fundamentals of lighting design right, you'll be able to create the perfect lighting plan for an indoor swimming pool.
Also known as the beam angle or the spread of light, beam spread is the amount of space covered by a light source. It is the angle at which light is distributed. As light spreads out and moves away from a light source, it becomes less intense. Every light source has a beam spread, from a halogen lamp to a LED lamp. It can be as narrow as 4° or as wide as 120°.
It is very important to get the beam angle right as it affects the illumination of the natatorium. The pool’s interior color will also have a significant effect on the illumination. If the interior color is dark, you may have to get LED lights with narrower beam angles to ensure the pool is well lit.
This is because dark colors absorb light. You may also need to use more lights. But, if the interior color is light, wider beam angles may be used as they will distribute light evenly.
Olympic Size Swimming Pool - 50+ fc average with glare shield - 30 ft mounting height