BEKA Schréder Supplies General Area LED Lighting for FurnitureMart

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BEKA Schréder - ECOBAY

  • BEKA Schréder has supplied the general area lighting for the new FurnitureMart in Polokwane, South Africa.
  • FurnitureMart is a furniture wholesaler direct to the public.

Various BEKA Schréder LED luminaires were supplied to provide an energy-efficient lighting solution.

Warehouse and showroom

The warehouse and showroom were illuminated with the ECOBAY. Cost savings were achieved because of the ECOBAY’s high performance, leading to fewer luminaires being required whilst still achieving the required light levels (200 lux in the warehouse and 300 lux in the showroom).

The ECOBAY is the ideal luminaire for lighting industrial facilities at optimized light levels. It delivers the best solution for lowbay and highbay applications. The ECOBAY offers substantial energy savings, high performance and is able to operate at high ambient temperatures. Available with four typical lumen packages and various light distributions, the ECOBAY is perfectly suited for multiple indoor lighting applications. The ECOBAY not only lowers your initial investment. It maximises it by providing a comfortable environment for your staff while limiting energy consumption to what is absolutely necessary. Thanks to its reliable performance, low dust accumulation and no need for relamping and regular maintenance, the ECOBAY is the luminaire of choice.

The LEDNOVA-MINI provides general outdoor area lighting. Image credit: Gordon Arons

General outdoor area lighting

The LEDNOVA-MINI was installed to provide general outdoor area lighting. The LEDNOVA is a robust and versatile LED bulkhead range, and offers optimal photometric performance and high reliability to reduce energy consumption and maintenance in all types of lighting applications.

The LEDNOVA range is suitable for use in various environments, which include outdoor mining areas, oil and gas refineries, food and beverage plants, manufacturing process plants and any application that requires robust and well-built luminaires. Indeed, the LEDNOVA range has been developed to reduce disability glare and thus improve the quality of light.

The SERIES 300 LED bulkhead has been installed inside the office building. Image credit: Gordon Arons

Office Staircase

The SERIES 300 LED bulkhead has been installed inside the office building, by the staircases. The SERIES 300 with its modern and simple design allows this LED bulkhead to blend into any areas by day, and to make an impact when it is dark. It is the ideal solution to beautify buildings and to provide area lighting for commercial developments, retail areas, shopping malls and public buildings. High-quality materials are used to ensure a high ingress protection and non-discolouring diffuser. This, together with the long lifetime of the LEDs, and an easy installation procedure, makes the SERIES 300 the bulkhead of choice.

BEKA Schréder locally develops and manufactures energy-efficient LED lighting products, designed and suitable for local conditions. We are very proud to be associated with Pienaar & Erwee Consulting Engineers, Prism Architects and DG Consulting Structural Engineers in providing a successful area lighting solution for this project.

For further enquiries, contact Johan van Deventer at 079 897 0555 or

Author: GBA News Desk

Source: BEKA Schréder


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