BEKA Schréder Launches New LED Bollard, the SEMITA!

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The SEMITA is an aesthetical and glare-free bollard which creates a soft yet direct illumination in your application, providing an effective lighting solution for urban spaces, such as pedestrian areas, parks, walkways, car parks and bike paths.

The SEMITA bollard is a robust luminaire and consists of a head assembly and a pole base assembly, available either in aluminium or corrosion-free glass filament wound GRP pole.

Various colour combinations are possible to enable you to create a truly unique design for your application.

BEKA Schréder’s SEMITA wall mount version. Image credit: BEKA Schréder

The decorative wall-mount version offers a matching bulkhead option to further enhance your environment.

Key advantages of the SEMITA include:

  • Designed and manufactured in South Africa, thus taking the continent’s harsh environmental conditions into account
  • Ta of up to 45°C
  • Various colour combinations possible
  • Wall-mount version to complement the range
  • Highly efficient LED light source
  • Energy saving and low maintenance applications
  • Robust and vandal resistant
  • Easy to install
  • Marine grade high-pressure die-cast aluminium head (EN 1706 AC-44300), sealed unit with IP 66 rated gear and optical compartment
  • Surge protection 10kV/10kA (optional)
  • Head sealed from pole base
  • Corrosion-resistant GRP pole (optional)
  • 3 year warranty (Terms and conditions apply)

Bring your urban environment to life and create a visual path with the SEMITA!

For more information, contact Grant Combrink at +27 11 238 0000 or

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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