Light, where and when it’s needed!
VISIT CARBON8LIGHTING AT FOODEX 16-18TH APRIL 2018, STAND Z301
Making its debut at FoodEx 2018, Carbon8Lighting will be displaying its range of award winning, low energy LED lighting fittings and lighting control systems.
Carbon8 focuses on the design and manufacture of ultra-high performance LED lighting products specifically for industrial and commercial purpose.
The comprehensive range of Carbon8Lighting fittings covers everything from specialist fittings for installation in temperature controlled/freezer environments through to all areas of food manufacturing and internal/external storage and distribution.
Carbon8Lighting products on display at FoodEx:
Discus and Discus Zero LED High bay – the ultimate in ultra-high power open area lighting.
Discus Floodlight: Carbon8’s innovative design that uses eight different lenses to ensure that the light is directed where it is needed.
Javelin and Javelin Zero: A fitting specifically designed to light up aisles in warehouses.
Carbon8 will also be displaying its lighting control system. LuniNET is a wireless control system that can be integrated with any of the Carbon8Ligting range. Considering what LumiNET can offer in terms of control and reporting, LumiNET is surprisingly easy to install and commission. Once installed it is easy to change settings and get information out from the system with detail down to individual fitting run times and energy consumption. You can pre book a demonstration by contacting Carbon8 directly.
Carbon8Lighting has teamed up with a number of financial institutions and can now offer a range of finance packages. The finance covers the total cost of the project, including installation. Frequently, a finance package will put customers in to positive cash flow from the outset, making finance look a very attractive proposition.
All Carbon8lighting products meet the governments Energy Technology List (ETL) criteria and are eligible for government grants and incentives. In addition, being an accredited supplier of The Carbon Trust offers further opportunity to have part of your lighting project paid for.