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29 January 2014

A website has been launched for Commulite, a UK manufacturer of LED communal and emergency lightings systems

“Every lighting manufacturer claims to be Energy Saving these days,'' said John Bishop, founder and CEO of Commulite, “so we wanted the website to reflect the fact that we’re not just another LED lighting manufacturer. There’s a lot more to saving energy than just having a low energy light source.  If it’s the wrong light in the wrong place at the wrong time it’s still a waste of energy.  Worse, it’s contributing to light pollution too.”

The new website explains how, by combining low-energy LED fittings with a sophisticated central control system, the Commulite communal lighting system provides superior energy savings by providing the right amount of light, in the right place and at the time that it is needed. This saves energy, reduces light pollution and, for a standard 200-luminaire installation, will reduce CO2 emissions by 18,000kg per year, every year.

“We want the website to be more than an online brochure,” continues John, “we want it to be a valuable resource for professionals involved in building and lighting design, construction and maintenance, so we will be adding valuable and informative content on a regular basis too.”

Based in Essex, Commulite supplies lighting systems to communal and social housing projects throughout the UK.  The new website also mentions a number of other key advantages, such as emergency lighting performance that is 10 times brighter and lasts 3 times longer than conventional LED lighting, and a full 5-year parts and labour warranty on all installations. 

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