Emergency lighting for commercial properties in Cambridge & London
Huttie’s highly experienced NICEIC registered electricians have many years of experience. In the supply, installation and servicing of emergency lighting systems. For commercial properties across Cambridgeshire and London.
Emergency lighting is firstly essential for emergency situations, where the main power supply gets cut to a premises. Secondly, it is a legal requirement to provide sufficiently high-level lighting. Most importantly low level lighting will enable individuals to exit the premises safely, in the event of unforeseen emergency circumstances.
Our engineers have the expertise to work on all three aspects of emergency escape lighting:
- Escape route lighting.
- Open area lighting.
- High-risk lighting.
In other words escape route lighting, is for safety. It’s main purpose is to therefore illuminate the possible building escape routes. It is also important for emergency fire control equipment to be visible.
Open area emergency lighting will light the way for people in public buildings to get to safety. To identify their nearest escape route. In addition, high-risk lighting provides those in potentially harmful environments with enough light to initiate shut-down procedures and find the nearest escape route.
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At Huttie, we help public buildings such as schools and sports centres fit their emergency lighting and test their existing setup to ensure batteries and lamps are operating at full capacity.
Our testing would tend to incorporate a visual check of central lighting controls, a functional test of all emergency lamp illuminates for a specified period and a full discharge test to ensure all lamps remain lit for the full discharge period.
All our emergency lighting installations and servicing are guaranteed – your business shouldn’t have to worry about the performance and reliability of your building’s emergency lighting, so we take care of everything.
Our engineers take great pride in their work and will endeavour to keep your emergency lighting systems operational with a minimum of disruption to your business and its staff.