Commercial Lighting


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LED Batten Lights


Contemporary LED batten lights can be considered the updated version of fluorescent tube lighting. LED technology adopts the familiar tube shape commonly associated with traditional lighting, but offers the advantages unique to LEDs. As a result, you can enjoy time and cost savings, as LED lighting requires significantly less maintenance and replacement components. Moreover, in comparison to conventional tube lighting, LED batten lights possess a more stylish appearance, seamlessly blending with diverse home decor styles and catering to various commercial requirements.

Emergency Lighting


Emergency lighting refers to a type of lighting fixture that includes a battery pack, which automatically activates when a building experiences a power outage.

During emergency situations, these lights play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of individuals present in the building. In the event of a power failure, the emergency lights are triggered and rely on their battery power to provide illumination, guiding occupants towards the quickest and safest exit routes.


In Australia, emergency lighting systems must adhere to the standards defined in AS/NZS 2293 Parts 1, 2, and 3. These standards establish guidelines pertaining to the design, installation, maintenance, and product specifications of emergency lighting systems, which are mandatory for all commercial premises. It is imperative that all emergency lighting undergo regular testing, maintenance, and comply with the requirements outlined in the AS/NZS 2293 standard.


Low Bay & High Bay


Low Bay Lighting - Low bay lighting refers to lighting fixtures that are typically used in ceilings with a height of under 5 meters from the floor. These types of ceilings, known as low bay ceilings, are frequently found in retail establishments and public buildings.


High Bay Lighting - High bay lighting refers to lighting fixtures that are typically used in ceilings with a height ranging from 5 to 12 meters from the floor. These types of ceilings, known as high bay ceilings, are commonly found in industrial settings and some commercial spaces. High bay lights are specifically designed to provide effective lighting in areas with taller ceilings, where a higher level of illumination is required to adequately light up the space. They are commonly utilized in warehouses, factories, and large-scale facilities.


Panels & Troffers


Panel Lighting - A flat panel light fixture is a form of LED lighting known for its sleek and slim design. It is usually rectangular or square in shape and is directly mounted onto the ceiling. These fixtures are commonly referred to as LED panel lights.


Flat panel light fixtures find widespread use in commercial, industrial, and office settings to deliver uniform and efficient lighting. They are highly energy-efficient and boast a longer lifespan compared to traditional incandescent bulbs. Notably, they can be adjusted for dimming, allowing users to control the brightness as per their requirements. Furthermore, they offer different colour temperature options, enabling customization to achieve the desired lighting ambiance or conditions.


Troffer Lighting - A troffer light fixture is a type of lighting commonly found in commercial and office environments. It is a rectangular-shaped light that is recessed into the ceiling and serves the purpose of illuminating a specific area or task.


Troffers can be installed in such drop ceilings and can either be surface mounted, meaning they are attached to the surface of the ceiling, or recessed, where they are mounted inside the ceiling to be flush with the ceiling surface.


Smoke Alarms


Smoke alarms have become increasingly important as buildings today become more complex in their physical layout and functionality. This heightened complexity places greater demands on the reliability of smoke detectors. It is crucial that these detectors are adaptable to meet the diverse requirements of different building applications.


Street Lights


In the realm of commercial street lighting, there exists a wide array of types, models, and options to choose from. Certain lights prioritize higher power output, while others prioritize optimal energy efficiency. When considering factors such as power source, height, hue, colour temperature, as well as the availability of LED and solar alternatives, the process of navigating through these choices and understanding their implications can feel overwhelming. However, it's important to note that each type of street light has its own specific purpose in which it truly excels, and no single street light is universally suitable for all tasks. Rest assured, whatever your specific needs may be, we have a range of options available to perfectly align with your desired applications.


Work & Safety Lights


Work Lights - Portable work lights provide a bright and energy-efficient alternative to conventional lighting choices. These lights emit a powerful level of brightness, making them suitable for a wide range of indoor and outdoor tasks, including repairs, plant maintenance, and construction projects. Their portability allows for easy movement between locations, eliminating the need for complicated setup of additional lighting fixtures or the search for available power outlets. Moreover, they offer excellent illumination even in dark or poorly lit areas where traditional lighting options may not be practical.


Safety Lights - A safety light plays a crucial role in enhancing your visibility to others, significantly reducing the chances of accidents or encountering hazardous situations, whether you're on land, in water, or even up in the air. When selecting a safety light, it is essential to prioritize high visibility from a distance. Additionally, factors such as battery life, weight, size, and attachment methods are also significant considerations in choosing the right safety light for your needs.




Assess your lighting requirements: Take a close look at what your business space needs in terms of lighting. Consider factors like the size of the area, its purpose, and any specific lighting needs for tasks or creating a specific atmosphere.


Define your lighting objectives: Clearly identify the goals you want to accomplish with your lighting setup. These goals might include energy efficiency, optimal visibility, establishing a particular ambiance, or highlighting specific areas or products.


Become familiar with lighting options: Educate yourself about the different types of commercial lighting available, such as LED, fluorescent, halogen, or incandescent. Take into account their energy efficiency, lifespan, colour rendering, and maintenance requirements.


Choose suitable lighting fixtures: Select appropriate fixtures that align with your lighting goals and match the aesthetics of your business space. Depending on your needs, options like recessed lights, track lighting, pendant lights, or chandeliers are commonly used.


Evaluate lighting controls: Determine whether you need lighting controls such as dimmers, timers, or motion sensors. These controls can help save energy, provide customization options, and offer convenience.


Consult with experts: If you're unsure or require professional guidance, consider seeking advice from lighting specialists or designers. They can assess your business space and recommend suitable lighting solutions.


Ensure durability: Make sure your lighting fixtures are made from high-quality materials to ensure long lifespan and minimal maintenance costs. Choose components like shades, suspensions, and flush fittings that are manufactured with superior materials and ensure they are properly installed.


Test and refine: Install a sample of the chosen lighting solution in a smaller area or a pilot space to evaluate its performance. Make any necessary adjustments before implementing the lighting throughout your entire business.


Consider cost-effectiveness: Businesses should take into account the cost of their lighting systems. This includes considering the expenses of lighting products, installation, and maintenance over the long term. Aim for a balance between quality, energy efficiency, and budgetary constraints.




When it comes to choosing commercial lighting that enhances employee productivity, several important factors should be taken into account:


Brightness and Illumination: It's crucial to have sufficient brightness in the workspace without causing glare or discomfort. Opt for lighting fixtures, such as LED lights, that provide focused and bright illumination.


Colour Temperature: The colour temperature of lighting can impact the ambiance and productivity. For general office spaces, a neutral white light (around 3500-4500 Kelvin) is often preferred to promote alertness and concentration. Warmer light (around 2700-3000 Kelvin) may be suitable for relaxation areas or break rooms.


Natural Light Integration: Incorporating natural light into the workspace has shown positive effects on productivity and well-being. Maximize natural light exposure through windows or skylights. Combine it with adjustable artificial lighting to maintain consistent brightness throughout the day.


Task Lighting: Provide task lighting options for individual workstations or areas that require focused attention.


Lighting Controls: Implement lighting control systems that allow employees to adjust lighting levels according to their preferences. Dimmers, occupancy sensors, and daylight sensors can improve energy efficiency and give employees flexibility in creating their desired lighting environment.


Reduced Flicker: Minimize or eliminate flickering lights, which can cause eye strain and discomfort. Look for lighting options with low flicker percentages or consider LED lighting technology, known for reduced flickering.


Choose LED Lighting: While both LEDs and fluorescents are popular light bulb choices, LEDs often offer more advantages. LEDs are available in various colour temperatures and spectrums, making them a versatile option.


Energy Efficiency: Opt for energy-efficient lighting options like LEDs. Not only do they reduce operating costs, but they also support sustainability efforts.


By considering these factors, you can select commercial lighting that creates an environment conducive to productivity and well-being while also being energy-efficient and cost-effective.