A range of maintained and non-maintained bulkhead lights, spotlights and exit signs for indoors and outdoors use.From £21.59 inc VAT
Bulkhead lights designed to provide emergency lighting and illuminate escape routes during a power cut.From £26.39 inc VAT
Longlife LED emergency lighting and LED exit signs save maintenance costs and electricity. Excellent light output.From £23.39 inc VAT
Switchable lights are wired to normal light switches to provide lighting for the room, but will also provide emergency illumination in a power cut.From £26.39 inc VAT
Twin spot emergency lighting is used in high or large areas such as warehouses, stadiums, train stations & high racked areas, etc.From £47.27 inc VAT
Recessed emergency lighting will illuminate escape routes during a power cut while remaining unobtrusive.From £23.39 inc VAT
A wide range of maintained and non-maintained illuminated fire exit signs, designed to stay on after a power failure.From £30.11 inc VAT
Small, unobtrusive emergency lighting designed to blend into stylish interiors. Excellent efficiency gives long battery life during loss of power.From £23.39 inc VAT
A range of emergency lighting supplied with PIR motion detectors that will activate the light when movement is detected.From £29.99 inc VAT
Emergency lighting that carry an IP rating protecting them from water and dust ingress, making them suitable for outdoor use.From £26.39 inc VAT
Our stylish emergency lighting solutions feature attractive designs that can fit in with most modern decor.From £23.39 inc VAT
A selection of round emergency lights, from stylish designer options to rugged IP65 bulkheads.From £23.39 inc VAT
A range of strip lights with built-in batteries to provide emergency illumination.From £96.95 inc VAT
A range of specialist torches designed to provide lighting during emergency situations.From £19.19 inc VAT
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Emergency lighting provides immediate secondary lighting when the power supply to the normal lighting fails e.g. due to a fire. The minimum backup duration of emergency lighting as specified by regulations is generally between 1 and 3 hours. For more information on emergency lighting see our emergency lighting guide.
Maintained lighting is on at all times and remains on in a power-outage. Non-maintained lighting only comes on when there is a power failure in a building. Non-maintained operation is often favoured, as it is usually cheaper in terms of energy consumption and the life of the components. However, in some premises such as public venues like theatres and cinemas, the luminaires must always be lit (maintained mode) so there is sometimes no choice in the matter. If you are unsure about the requirements for your premises, you should refer to your building’s fire risk assessment.
BS EN 50172 / BS 5266-8 state that an emergency lighting ‘flick test’ should be undertaken every month. A full test should be undertaken annually where all the lights remain on throughout the entire test duration. Responsibility lies with the responsible person to ensure that emergency lighting is working, regularly tested and serviced.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, businesses must install emergency lighting in their premises by law. Responsibility lies with the responsible person to ensure that emergency lighting is working, regularly tested and serviced to illuminate exit pathways so occupants of a building can make their way out quickly and safely.
LED emergency lights use less electricity and have an improved lifespan of 10 years; they use smaller integrated back-up batteries which saves money on running costs and maintenance. LED emergency lights are also far more energy efficient than standard fluorescent lighting and they contribute significantly to reducing a building’s carbon footprint.