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  • Emergency Lighting Requirements

    Sometimes referred to as egress lighting, emergency lighting is designed to illuminate and identify hallways, stairwells and exits to facilitate a safe and orderly evacuation from a facility. Emergency lighting is generally required in all commercial, industrial, educational, religious, institutional, public housing, medical and many other facilities whether for-profit or non-profit. And while ...
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  • OSHA’s requirements for lighting and marking exit routes

    OSHA’s requirements for lighting and marking exit routes are covered under 1910.37(b). It states that each exit route must be adequately lighted so that an employee with normal vision can see along the exit route and each exit must be clearly visible and marked by a sign reading “Exit.” Additional requirements include the following: Each exit route door must be free of decorations or signs that...
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  • Exit Signs

    In case of a fire exit signs can save lives. The Exit Light Company features a variety of exit signs to comply with building fire codes and insurance standards. Energy Efficient, long life LED exit signs are hard-wired and use less than 5 watts of power, lowering your engery consumption and saving you money on your electric bill each month. Wire Free, powerless Photoluminescent and Tritium Exit...
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  • 2019 Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition

    My company is going to attend the following lighting show,  we hope can have the chance to meet you again and share our latest new design & factory news with you! Thanks! Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition June 9-12th, 2019 Address: No. 380, Yuejiang Zhong Road, Guangzhou, China Booth No.: 8.1E18 https://www.lightstrade.com/exhibition/index.aspx
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  • Please contact us if you have any questions

    The Emergency Exit Sign is designed for indoor use and comes with battery backup. This exit sign is capable of being single or double-sided, and features a mounting bracket if you would like to mount it to the ceiling. The Emergency Exit Sign satisfies code requirements throughout the United States. And some new products have been introduced recently.Please contact us if you have any questions...
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  • Emergency Fixtures You Need

    We have a sizable inventory of emergency light fixtures and lights, ensuring that you can find the emergency exit sign with lights that is suited for your building. We carry several varieties of the classic exit sign, both in high visibility reds and greens. Our signs are rated for high temperatures, and many of them come equipped with battery backup systems in case of power outages. Quality Li...
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  • Introduction of Fire Emergency Lamp

    There are many kinds of emergency lights, including portable emergency lights, fire emergency lights, energy-saving emergency lights and so on. They are widely used and have high-quality products. What are the advantages of fire emergency lights as emergency lights? How to install and maintain it? Next, let’s introduce the installation rules of fire emergency lights. Introduction of Fire ...
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  • Some Lighting Regulations On Test And Maintaining Exit & Emergency Lighting Systems

    OSHA Code of Federal Regulations • Requires adequate and reliable illumination for all exits  • Requires proper maintenance to assure that exit lighting is in continuously proper operating condition NFPA 70 – National Electric Code • Requires specific illumination and performance of emergency and exit lights  • Provides functional standards for battery-powered emergency and exit lighting ...
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  • 2019 Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition)

    2019 Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition) 6-9 Apr 2019 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Address: 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong Booth No.:1A-F21,1A-F23
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  • Emergency lights can reduce panic in emergencies

    The best approach to crisis prevention is to hope for the best and plan for the worst. Having safety measures in place before an unforeseen incident occurs is the key to ideal reactions and results. There are many factors to consider when getting a building or site up to code, and having reliable emergency lighting units is a huge one. Nobody wants to be responsible for a preventable incident, ...
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  • How often should I test my emergency lighting?

    Most emergency lights or exit signs have a small “push to test” button somewhere on the casing. You can push and hold this button for thirty seconds to test the bulbs and battery. This works ok if you have a small number of devices that can be easily reached. The lights should come on and remain at the same brightness level for the full thirty seconds.
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  • The Rules for Emergency Lighting

    Open Areas: The non-obstructed, quickest and safest escape route must be lit to a minimum of 1 lux during an emergency. If the open area is less than 60m2 and isn’t part of an escape route then emergency lighting isn’t required, however, the exit doors for the emergency escape route must have signs or an emergency bulkhead light. Escape Route: An escape route such as a designated corridor must ...
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