Emergency Lighting Contractor - Design, Installation and Testing
Emergency Lighting Design, Installation and TestingThe Emergency Lighting Installation Experts
If you have a business premises and employ staff then you have a duty of care and responsibility. Our emergency lighting installation service helps ensure that in the event of an emergency or power failure, escape from the building is not hindered by the lack of emergency lighting.

Our specialist team of
ICEL Competent Engineers can design, install and maintain your emergency lighting system to ensure that you are fully compliant with British Standards (BS5266 as amended).
Whatever the required application and specification, we can tailor an emergency lighting system for you. For example, you may need simple escape lighting for stairwells and corridors; or you may need emergency lighting for high risk task areas where operatives need to safely negotiate machinery in the event of a mains failure. Open plan anti panic areas can be designed for larger scale office installation and in all cases free quotations and advice is available.
Our highly professional Emergency Lighting Installation team can install all types of emergency lighting systems. As specialist emergency lighting contractors, you can rest assured that from a simple self contained emergency exit light to a fully addressable system, we will provide a high standard of installation all complying with both BS5266 and BS7671:2008 requirements.

The types of emergency Lighting systems we can install are:
Self Contained Emergency lighting
Self contained emergency lights are stand alone units with integral battery and wired to a permanent electrical supply belonging to the local lighting circuit. These can be maintained or non maintained and can come with a options such as automatic self testing or linked to an self testing addressable system.

Central Battery Systems
Predominantly used in larger installations, Central Battery Systems provide the emergency power to a number of connected (slave) luminaires from a central unit that houses the batteries and the inverter/charger.
These come in a variety of options such as 24V, 50V and 110V AC/DC. Each luminaire that is to be used as an emergency fitting will then need to have an inverter module installed.

Static Inverter
Again, like a Central Battery System, these are predominantly used in larger installations and provide the emergency power to a number of connected (slave) luminaires from a central unit that houses the batteries and the inverter/charger.
Unlike a Central Battery System, Static Inverters provide 230V AC to the light fittings in emergency mode so no special fitting or internal inverter is required in the fitting. Instead, hold off relays are generally installed that monitor the local sub circuit supply and enable power through in the event of a power failure.

Call us on 0845 094 5763 to discuss your Emergency Lighting requirements
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