Integral LED recently helped the WDHA Table Tennis Club achieve the level of lighting necessary to host league level competitions without increasing their running costs or power usage.
In one of our more inspiring case studies, one couple achieved their goal of "off-the-grid" living in their stunning self-built eco-house with more than a little help from Integral LED candle lamps and flexible strip.
One of the UK's leading suppliers of farming machinery has recognised the following major benefits by switching their old tube lights to Integral LED battens:
Integral LED recently helped the wonderful street food vendors at Kerb Food in London's world famous Camden Market to make the colour of their delicious wares as vibrant as possible to passing customers.
One of the biggest energy-efficiency success stories from Integral LED so far is the Convergys call-centre in Belfast. By switching their lighting setup to Integral LED, this leading provider of Customer Management solutions is able to make massive savings on their yearly energy cost while greatly improving the environment for 2,500 staff over two sites.
Back in September Integral LED were delighted to work with leading electrical trade magazine, Professional Electrician, to produce a valuable supplement on the topic of Warehouse Lighting.
Lighting is essential to the efficiency and safety of a warehouse environment and LED is fast becoming a popular option for cutting costs while effectively illuminating entire facilities.
Al-Murad, the largest independent ceramic tile and natural stone importer in Britain, has recently made the switch to Integral LED in their Leeds-based distribution centre. As the centre holds 8,000 pallets across 1,000 stock lines - with 150 pallets shipping out every day - an efficient and effective lighting setup was vital. Stock visibility and Health and Safety are very important in a high-turnover environment such as this, and the lighting needs to support that.
One of the UK’s fastest growing business incubators has recently made the switch to Integral LED in an effort to save on maintenance and energy costs.
The site, which houses more than 80 businesses within the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors, generated a monthly electricity bill of more than £50,000. After switching to Integral LED panels, electricity consumption in a typical on-site lab dropped from 5040W to 858W. Weekly consumption on site has been reduced by 20,000KWh, saving £86,600 per year.
Wollaton Hall in Nottingham is an example of historic buildings that has had to await recent developments in the consumer lighting market. The advent of LED filament technology has enabled major savings in energy overheads by providing lamps and luminaires that match the aesthetic appearance of period lighting fixtures.