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Emergency Lighting

Emergency Light at CFS    

The essential component of a building’s life safety system, CFS designs, installs and maintains emergency lighting systems for complex, high profile environments. We provide only the very latest technology in emergency lighting systems with stylish and discreet flush light fittings and sleek touch screen control panels.


Emergency lighting is a crucial component of the safety system of any building. CFS creates, installs and offers expert after-care service for many different kinds of emergency lighting system, including those for the most complex, high profile locations. We specialise in emergency lighting design and implementation, working with only the most modern and technologically advanced emergency lighting systems, with discreet and stylish flush fittings and sleek and seductive touchscreen controls.


Emergency lighting really is essential. Every bit as essential in an emergency situation as any other safety system. Without emergency lighting, it might not be possible to safely evacuate your building by following the emergency exit lights. Emergency lighting systems work because they operate as an independent backup system that does not depend on the correct functioning of the building's system of electrical supply. Emergency lighting must always be fully functional and permanently ready for use.


In order to be absolutely sure of maximum protection for your business or your home, CFS can arrange for the installation of bespoke, fully-monitored, state of the art LED systems, all of which come equipped with remote testing functionality.


What are some of the different types of emergency lighting available?

There are of course many different kinds of emergency lighting for the many different kinds of situation. Let's have a look at some of the most popular:


Temporary lighting (see also standby lighting). There are many different types of location that require that, even in a state of emergency when often, typically, there is no power, normal activity may be continued. Locations such as hospitals, fire stations or prisons. Temporary lighting allows for essential activities to continue and not be shut down by emergency-imposed darkness. Temporary lighting comes in all kinds of different sizes and constructions, and can, of course, be suited to either indoor or outdoor use.


Exit signage. Imagine an office or corridor or some other room that you regularly use filling with smoke or plunged into darkness for some reason and you have to leave the building to survive. It's not a pleasant thing to consider - although considering it and planning for it may mean that the worst will never be allowed to happen. What you need to ensure is that in the event of something like this taking place, you have working emergency exit signs and/or illuminated pathways that will help guide you and your workmates or your family to safety.


Thermoplastic Emergency Lighting. Thermoplastic exit signs are typically situated above a building's nearest exits. Easily recognisable because of their red or green lettering, there are various different kinds of thermoplastic signs to choose from. They include:


* Thermoplastic

* Photoluminescent

* Self-Luminous

* Edge Lit


Egress Pathways refers to lighting mounted into the floor to provide an escape route during a blackout. Often they consist of LED bulbs and are typically found in the aisles of airplanes, cinemas and theaters.

All of our emergency lighting solutions come with an Electrical Inspection and Emergency Lighting Certificate. So, whatever your emergency lighting requirements, we can discuss with you the best system and the most appropriate design to fit your budget. We can also help you decide on the best placement. To find out more about how CFS can help you, please get in contact today.


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