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See more like this online at: PREMISES 33 www.hsmsearch.com SEASONAL SURGE SOLUTION ENERGY EFFICIENT LED The new MID-MAX LED from Luxonic is specifically designed to provide lighting solutions for open areas of medium height in warehousing, production, retail and leisure sectors.Suitable for installation at up to 18 metres high the MID-MAX can be surface mounted or suspended to produce an even distribution of light for open areas that experience a wide variety of activities. The MID-MAX luminaire NEW HEIGHTS IN SAFETY loading capabilities, the longevity and security of temporary structures and financial guidance are also covered. Scott Jameson, managing director of Spaciotempo, said: “This new guide will help people explore the steps that need to be taken to introduce a temporary building on to a site, so that it can play a key role in their organisation’s success over the seasonal period.” Tel: 01889 569569 SERVICE ENHANCED where he is responsible for service provision and overseeing product support engineers and technicians. Carl Van Niekerk has been selected for the role of product support technician and is responsible for Casella’s UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) audited calibration laboratory. As well as the two appointments, Casella has also redesigned and refurbished their facilities. The refurbishments have enabled Casella to maximise process efficiency and significantly speed up turnaround times and provide customers with greater flexibility.  Tel: 01234 844100 REDUCED MAINTENANCE LIVING ZONES STANDARD Automatic fire protection systems detect, indicate and fight a fire as soon as it starts. The new VdS Guidelines 2896 establish a new standard for the planning and installation of fire protection technology especially in living zones. The probability for German residents of nursing homes to die in a fire is five times higher than that of the total population – this has been confirmed by studies of the University Magdeburg-Stendal. The high death toll due to fires in living zones and hang-out areas started a discussion about supplementary protection measures.  VdS, Europe’s No. 1 in fire protection, has now published guidelines especially for the protection of residential occupancies (VdS 2896). They present precise requirements for the planning and installation of fire detection and fire alarm systems as well as extinguishing systems, especially in nursing homes, hotels, halls of residence and schools. Tel: +49 221 77 66 6417 combines high output LED’s with optional built in control sensors to create easily adjusted and environmentally friendly lighting while maintaining sufficient light levels for the occupants. Wireless versions using LUXLINK RC technology are available allowing flexibility with the design of the lighting scheme layout while a range of dimensions ensures the MID-MAX can cater for small and large areas alike.  Tel: 01256 363090 management system, which is said to provide 100 times more efficient heat dissipation than a conventional LED high bay fixture. The GX1 incorporates protection with autorecovery to cope with short circuits, current surges or overheating.  Tel: 0845 218 3786 Spaciotempto has produced a comprehensive guide, giving businesses an insight into the opportunities temporary buildings can offer in the run-up to Christmas. Entitled ‘Installing Temporary Buildings For The Seasonal Surge,’ the guidance is available for free download at http://www.spaciotempo.co.uk/res ources/white-papers/ As market leaders in the design, manufacture and installation of temporary structures, Spaciotempo is well-placed to help decision makers get the complete picture on the subject. The guide covers factors including timescales, the importance of pre-installation surveys and assessment, suitable sites, planning permission and legal issues. Staff comfort factors, wind and snow Casella, a global provider of occupational and environmental monitoring equipment, has appointed two new service team members, which has significantly enhanced its service offerings, including quicker turnaround times and greater flexibility.Tim Wright has been appointed to the role of product support service supervisor, Steinel, a leader in lighting sensor technology, has introduced the HBS 200, an easy-to-install, indoor occupancy sensor, which is claimed to unlock major savings on energy and maintenance in high-ceilinged industrial applications.The HBS 200 is designed to be highly sensitive even when mounted at a height of 14m. With a five-year warranty as standard, it uses passive infrared (PIR) sensor technology to detect the presence of people at ground level. The sensor switches on the lights instantaneously when a person enters the space and will switch off when the space is empty to cut out the energy that’s wasted by lighting spaces when they aren’t in use. Reducing the burden placed upon high bay lighting not only reduces energy bills, it can also cut down on regular lamp replacement, reducing the need to undertake difficult maintenance at height. Tel: 01733 366700 The Goodlight GX1 LED High Bay, the latest in industrial lighting from LED Eco Lights, provides bright light and incorporates patented cooling technology. Integrating a Bridgelux Vero circular LED chip with a radial die pattern is said to improve lumen density and beam control. This provides true colour reproduction with two and three colour SDCM colour control/ management. Uniform white light is assured at colour temperatures of 3000K, 4000K and 5000K. A nano-coated reflector, incorporating a special light-scattering coating, boosts light yields. The GX1 is also supported by a heat


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