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Exterior LED floodlights from National Lighting

25 November 2013

Figures from the 2012 Commercial Victimisation Survey estimated there were 9.2 million incidents of crime against businesses in England and Wales last year. A frightening statistic for any business or landlord.

With the survey giving an insight into the following sectors; wholesale & retail, manufacturing, accommodation & food, and transportation & storage - National Lighting explains that quality exterior lighting can help heighten security of commercial properties, and prove invaluable to help deter criminals targeting vacant premises.

With some commercial properties being empty at night, considering the right exterior lighting solution is essential, ensuring that it is fit for purpose, offers the right level of illumination and also keeps your energy costs down. At National Lighting a vast range of security products are available for exterior installation, which include buried uplighters, exterior bollard lighting as well as security spotlights and floodlights.

One example is the Magma LED floodlight which illuminates instantly and can be either wall or ground mounted. It has an IP65 rating, which means it has been designed to resist dust, heavy rain and even jet sprays. It comes with an integrated LED driver, constant current 350ma, and fixing accessories. Its low energy consumption means it provides an energy efficient option and reduces maintenance costs, another essential consideration for businesses.

Mila is a modern day alternative to a traditional floodlight. This LED floodlight, with an IP65 rating, is suitable for commercial and domestic uses. It provides a high luminosity option with low energy consumption meaning it is also an energy efficient choice. The cool running temperature, because of the LEDs, means it is also cool to touch.

The consideration of where external lighting is best positioned in commercial premises is of paramount importance. Identifying dark, hidden areas or those not covered by CCTV and using sensor controlled lighting can be a great way to put off determined thieves and vandals.

And, of course, ensuring that you keep your energy bills down at the same time is equally important, especially if lighting needs to be lit all night, and that is where LED fittings can offer many benefits.


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