Food Industry lighting requires Luminaires which meet the demands of general industrial lighting but also meet extra requirements specific to the Food Industry lighting.
ABP in Ellesmere, Shropshire, England used VeeLite pendant Luminaires with remote gear for the illumination of a Food Processing area. The Luminaire is very suitable for the Food Industry because it is dust-tight (suitable for wash down areas), has a safe acrylic lens (meets the ‘No-Glass’ requirement for Food areas). It also has the high performance, energy efficiency, and low maintenance, long life features which are required in all types of Industrial lighting. The original version of this Luminaire was with 400w Metal Halide optics but in recent years, this has been changed to 280w LED optics which looks identical and provides almost identical light. The prismatic acrylic lens ensures no glare from the LED modules and high vertical light levels on walls and vertical work surfaces.
The wide spacings which arise from its efficient optics provide high light levels with good uniformity. The Luminaire is also available as a Pendant (with internal gear) or in a recessed version, ideal for insulated panel ceilings where all maintenance and relamping can be carried out from above the ceiling.
VeeLite specialise in Factory and Warehouse lighting and in lighting for Food processing areas. Recessed versions are offered in LED version. Typically our 280w LED will replace a 400w Metal Halide version. (*Note The Light output is the same colour in both photos – 4K – the photo below is misleading is having a pink/red tinge which does not exist in reality).
To get a detailed Proposal for your Food Industry Lighting project:
Please send enquiry by email and drawings if relevant. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the Food Industry Lighting required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.
Location: Ellesmere, Shropshire, North West England