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Escape lighting technology

22 June 2009

The developments of high performance photoluminescent material allow building managers to consider not installing traditional electrical emergency lighting. The risk assessed solution for escape route illumination can be met by using photoluminescent systems at low proximity, used in accordance with the principles outlined in ISO 16069.

Escape lighting technology
Escape lighting technology

Jalite, a world leader in this technology have been working in this area for over 25 years and have seen the adoption of the technology in the offshore oil installations, passenger ships and ferries, aircraft, trains and high rise buildings. The technology now allows building managers the freedom to choose this solution for many more applications.

The Low Location Lighting System is widely used in buildings and on board ships and other marine applications. Manufactured on high performance photoluminescent material, this product is a favourable option over traditional systems because it reduces energy consumption and lowers maintenance cost.

The Path Marking System is designed for use on carpeted flooring thus a favourable option on board aircraft and ships catering for the leisure industry.

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