Honda Workshop Lighting was upgraded by Ricoman on May 2021.
Project contractors were ABL Developments and light fittings were supplied via Electric Center, Fenton.
The move is expected to reduce carbon emissions from the company by 150 tonnes over a five-year period and will contribute to cost savings of around £1 million.
The design consisted of using Thanos linear high bay at 70W. Thanos is ideal for aisles and vehicle workshop lighting, with an amazing efficacy of 150 lumens per watt. It also features a choice of optics to adjust beam angles between 30°, 60° and 120°. The fitting can be chain or conduit rod suspended.
David Smyth, Swansway Group director, added: “The message about sustainability is clear. Swansway Group has always been focussed on investing in the areas where we do business, and this commitment to reduce the carbon footprint for each of our operations is an extension of this commitment. We are very proud to be making this change to improve our environments for all our customers and workforces and to for us to contribute to a future-proofed, sustainable environment for us all to enjoy.”
Read the Honda Workshop Lighting case study at AM online here
214 Wellington Rd S, Stockport SK2 6RS
Address214 Wellington Rd S, Stockport SK2 6RS
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