Anglian Home Improvements, Norwich
- Lamp efficacy
Ensuring the lamp efficiently converts electricity into light (lm/W).
- Ballast classification
Controlling the electricity supply to the lamp (Energy Efficiency Index).
- Luminaire distribution
Controlling light emission using optics which bend and shape the light to the correct location.
- System efficacy
Combining optical and thermal control within the luminaire (luminaire lm/W).
- Presence/absence detection
Presence: Lights automatically turn on/off with movement. Absence: Lights automatically turn off and must be manually switched on.
- Daylight detection
Artificial lighting which responds to the natural light conditions.
- Constant illuminance
A function designed to produce correct light levels for the duration of the maintenance period.
- Task-scene setting
Allowing the user to set scenes and adapt the lighting to different tasks.
- Timed off
Automatic cut-off can be installed to turn all lights off during unoccupied hours.
- Task lighting
Lighting task areas with the correct amount of light.
- Zoning of lighting
Zoning of lighting
Lighting is zoned according to area use.
- Maintenance schedule
Maintenance must be performed in response to product age, performance and environment.
- Waste light
Eliminating waste light which does not hit the intended target.
Taking advantage of light which is reflected from the surface within the space.
- Visible smart metering
Visible smart metering
Results of actions can be quickly seen as increased or decreased energy use to encourage responsible energy consumption.
After trialling fittings from several manufacturers, facilities management company Cofely chose Thorn’s HiPak Pro LED high bay luminaire to refurbish the lighting at Anglian Home Improvements Norwich factory. Benefits include a 63% energy reduction and an increase in light levels from 100 to 300 lux.
Anglian Home Improvements was established in 1966 and is renowned in the UK as the number one supplier of high quality home improvements. Saving energy for their customers is at the forefront of what they do, so the company decided to explore how its own manufacturing site in Norwich could save energy with new energy efficient lighting.
Thorn’s Key Account Manager, Terry Ganslandt, worked closely with facilities management company Cofely to provide various product samples for trial, expert lighting designs and several supportive site visits.
As a new customer to Thorn, Cofelys Regional Account Manager, Jason Rose had trialled fittings from four other manufacturers without success. Jason explains, “It was Thorn’s HiPak Pro LED which was the best for our application and the reason why we chose to work with Thorn for the first time. HiPak Pro LED gives a great lighting spread and doesn’t glare when you look at or around the light.”
HiPak Pro LED is a robust, low maintenance and energy saving LED high bay luminaire. At just 150W, it is substantially more energy efficient than the original 700W mercury lamps and has dedicated individual LED optics for precise light control. It also has an integrated PIR sensor and is DALI dimmable for maximum energy savings.
Results and benefits
HiPak Pro has reduced energy consumption by 63% (from 19kWh to 7kWh) while increasing light levels from 100 to 300 lux. Jason explains: “Due to the PIR option, we were able to program HiPak Pro LED to our requirements, which was a big plus.” “The fitting was also very easy to install. Everyone in the factory is really happy with the solution. The lighting has a very good even spread, provides a nice light to work under and saves a lot of energy too.”
Duncan Mottershead, Engineering Director at Anglian Home Improvements says: “An integral part of Anglian Home Improvements’ energy and environmental policies is a commitment to use energy wisely and responsibly, and actively pursue ways to reduce energy usage.”
“Installation of the new Thorn HiPak Pro LED lighting is part of this commitment and has resulted in energy savings of around 60% versus the previous lighting solution it replaced, as well as providing a much brighter and better overall environment within the factory.”
• 63% energy savings
• Lux levels increased from 100 to 300
- Anglian Home Improvements, Norwich
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