Lafarge Cement’s large industrial facility at Northfleet has had an energy efficient industrial lighting upgrade courtesy of Chalmor. The diagram below shows the Chalmor Solution used at Lafarge, combining lighting and a range of controls.
In 2012, Miniclipper Logistics expanded into a new high bay warehouse adjacent to their facilities in Leighton Buzzard. The 1970’s warehouse was dark, dusty and inefficient, Miniclipper sought to better the working environment and cut electricity bills.
Redbourn Recreation Centre has cut electricity bills by 42% by combining Chalmor SportLux LED’s in their multi-use sports hall with cost-effective Chalmor ReFit T5 equipment in lower-level areas. Controls and occupancy sensors have been used throughout to maximise energy savings.
Installation of Chalmor’s long-life Endurance luminaires at City University London’s engineering laboratories has resulted in reduced life cycle costs as well as improving lighting quality.
A combination of energy efficient Brilliance T5 fluorescent light fittings and BlueWave two-channel controllers from Chalmor is helping Myerscough College near Preston save up to a predicted £39,000 per annum on lighting costs.
The inherent flexibility of Chalmor’s recently launched two-channel BlueWave lighting control is helping the company to safeguard operatives working in plant rooms at its Manchester site while ensuring that lights are not left on unnecessarily.
As part of wide-ranging sustainability strategy, Lotus Cars has installed energy efficient, long life Brilliance light fittings from Chalmor at its warehouse and storage areas in Hethel, Norfolk.
Energy efficiency and overall cost of ownership were key considerations in the design of a new £68m production site in Somerset for Robert Wiseman Dairies. Consequently, consulting engineers AE Robb & Associates specified Chalmor’s long life, energy efficient Endurance fittings for lighting in the CIP (Cleaning In Production) room.
A lighting upgrade project, designed by Chalmor, has helped Everards Brewery to reduce its carbon footprint and save around £15,000 per annum on lighting costs at its facility in Leicestershire.
A Wholefoods company has reduced its energy consumption and carbon emissions with the help of innovative lighting and control solutions from Chalmor, with a predicted payback of less than two years.