BEKA Schréder Provides Improved LED Lighting Solution for Church Parking Area

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  • BEKA Schréder has supplied the parking area lighting at 3Ci Church in Pretoria East.
  • This retrofit lighting solution replaces the previous installation which did not provide sufficient lighting.

After the new parking area lighting was installed at 3Ci Church in 2020, lighting at the church management was not satisfied as the area was not adequately illuminated. BEKA Schréder made contact with the client to provide a new lighting solution. The South-African designed and manufactured decorative LED post top, KAZELLE, was the luminaire of choice. This luminaire provides a much better light distribution compared to the previous installation.

The KAZELLE’s minimalistic and modern look is designed around the compactness of the LED engine. At the same time, sustainable lighting solutions are provided that dramatically reduce energy consumption and improve visual comfort for the parking area at the church. The KAZELLE offers a cost-effective and efficient lighting solution for a quick return on investment. Furthermore, control solutions are optional by means of a photocell or Schréder EXEDRA control systems for autonomous and interoperable networks.

Reliable, efficient, discreet and vandal resistant, the KAZELLE luminaire emits a pleasant, glare-free light. It has been designed for easy installation. With virtually no maintenance required and a full 5-year warranty, the KAZELLE guarantees long-lasting performance and substantial savings.

BEKA Schréder develops and manufactures energy-efficient LED lighting products in South Africa, designed and suitable for local conditions. We are very proud to be associated with 3Ci Church in providing a successful LED lighting solution for this project.

For further enquiries, contact Hendrik Vermeulen at +27 (0)11 238 0000 or

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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