Industrial Lighting Requirements
In industrial settings where safety is a primary concern, many engineers acknowledge the significance of proper lighting. Adequate illumination is also a key factor in maintaining high worker productivity.
Artificial illumination is a costly commodity in some industrial plants. Improper application of lighting standards can result in excessive lighting that waste energy. By consulting the available literature, one can learn how to implement lighting modifications and energy conservation techniques that can save on lighting expenses.
Questions frequently asked by industrial clients reveal a need for information about appropriate lighting standards. The underlying motivation is the need to provide adequate illumination, based upon accepted standards, at the lowest possible cost. This technical brief is offered as guidance to industries in meeting these needs.
Principles of Good Lighting
A plant’s illumination system should meet certain minimum requirements in order to be cost-effective. Energy optimization, better productivity and safety are major goals to keep in mind when evaluating any lighting system. Significant increases in productivity can be achieved by lighting modifications that actually decrease the annual cost of electric illumination.
Among the major direct and indirect benefits adequate lighting provides are: improved visibility, upgraded aesthetics, better employee morale, reduced absenteeism, less eye fatigue and headaches, enhanced security, improved quality control and fewer rejects. All of these factors contribute to increased productivity and worker safety.
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