Latest opportunities at Nualight

Since 2005, Nualight has always offered a ground-breaking approach to lighting.

A progressive and nimble company, Nualight pioneered the LED market at a time when other manufacturers were convinced fluorescent was still part of the future. Nualight grasped the opportunity, we saw there was a more efficient and effective method of illuminating spaces with LED and we did not rest on our laurels. We took risks, aggressively pursued new business and quickly gained traction with international retailers, refrigeration equipment manufacturers and industrial lighting customers. More than a decade later, after countless collaborations, we are actively seeking to expand our team further!

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Are you visiting Gulfood Manufacturing, Dubai next week?

Then stop by the NuLumenTek Stand – Z1-A18, Hall Za’abeel 1, to view lighting products designed to perform in the most demanding of locations while saving you money.

Gulfood Manufacturing is the Middle East’s biggest food and beverage processing industry event which connects suppliers from 60 countries to showcase the latest F&B manufacturing business improvement tools.

The three-day exhibition’s aim is to put food & beverage manufacturers, with multiple socio-economic, operational and food safety concerns, face – to – face with energy-efficient, budget-friendly solutions, to enable them to boost productivity and profitability. This year it takes place on the 31st October – 2nd November 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Nualight’s Middle East resellers NuLumenTek will be exhibiting the latest lighting products for food processing areas and retail displays. NuLumenTek Ltd are a solutions provider for energy efficient technology primarily focused on LED lighting.

The Nualight industrial ranges Arc2 and Titan, certified for food preparation areas and agricultural applications, will be among the products on display. A recent example of their use was the installation at the UK’s premier fresh produce provider – Total Produce in Spalding, for more information click here.

Furthermore, to create point of sale impact, the Nualight refrigeration range will also be exhibited, including products incorporating the latest LED technology, such as Orion and Perfino, both design to showcase your food produce in the best light.

If you are not already going register here: http://www.gulfoodmanufacturing.com/about-the-show

Titan and ARC 2 provide a fresh lighting look for the UK’s premier fresh food provider

Nualight together with resellers Cross Group help the UK’s premier fresh produce provider – Total Produce to update their lighting and reduce their energy costs, creating a bright, safe and comfortable working environment.

Total Produce, the UK’s premier fresh produce provider, trade out of 21 locations across the UK in addition to over 100 international facilities.

Joe Conway, the Cross Group, outlines the project, “This recent project in Spalding consists of an LED upgrade in the extension to the existing depot and LED throughout the new refrigerated process and storage areas. There was an ideal Nualight solution for each area. Titan and Arc 2 met all the criteria, providing superior light performance and potential lighting energy savings of up to 60% in the existing areas, which were previously utilising fluorescent fittings. In the new areas, the Arc 2 and Titan products were supplied with on-board sensors and controls to harvest future savings.”

Conor Keown, Total Produce, Head of Facilities Management, concludes, “At Total Produce we are committed to reducing our environmental footprint and this initiative is part of that effort. The LED lighting will save on energy costs and so far, the installation is meeting expectations.  In addition, the enhanced light level provides a bright and safer working environment.”

John Sutton, Senior Product Manager, Nualight, “This project is another great example of how LED lighting can be applied to warehouse and storage areas to the benefit of business owners, by reducing operational costs and to workers with the increased light quality, it is good to know we have helped Total Produce in their commitment to reducing their environmental footprint.”

To read the full case study or for further information on Nualight Industrial LED lighting solutions visit www.nualight.com

Nualight launch Red-Tone (RT) Variants of Orion

Additions to the Orion range of LED refrigeration lighting, from Nualight, bring new depths to refrigerated meat displays.

You’re in the supermarket. Have you ever considered what attracts you to a piece of fresh meat? There are key factors at play. Unlike fruit and vegetable shopping, where you can touch, feel and smell, fresh meat shopping relies on the visual cues we receive from the produce.

Instinctively we look to see how pigmented, flush and red the meat is. This information tells us how healthy and safe the food would be to consume. In the right light, we can assess how fresh the produce is and the time before it spoils.

Retailers must display these time sensitive products under the correct lighting to communicate the freshness of the meat to enable customers to make the right purchase decisions to achieve a quick timely sale.

Best light for customer choices

To help retailers and display case manufacturers provide the best lighting conditions, Nualight have now added Red-Tone (RT) variants to their industry leading Orion range of LED refrigeration lighting. Orion Red -Tone (RT) solutions are specially formulated to enhance fresh meat display cases, picking up and strengthening the natural reds found in the products.

Furthermore, the Orion range contains no UV and IR and does not generate excess heat. This ensures packaging will not fade or create a barrier to the communication of important information. Orion, covers a wider colour spectrum than traditional fluorescents and provides an environment where the true colours of the meat are reflected enabling customers to analyse this valuable information.

Combine these benefits with the high performance features of the existing range, including industry leading efficacies, 50K hour life times and fast delivery times for stocked products, retailers and manufacturers alike are offered a win/win solution.

To find out how Orion Red- Tone can transform your refrigerated meat display cases visit: https://www.nualight.com/products/orion-horizontal/

The refrigeration lighting team is growing at Nualight

Nualight further demonstrate their commitment to the refrigeration lighting market with new recruit for the UK Market.

Pioneers of LED in the retail display case environment, Nualight, have just announced a new addition to their commercial refrigeration lighting team, Simon Needham.

Bringing with him a several years’ experience of working in the commercial refrigeration and lighting industry, Simon will predominately be looking after the UK OEMs, Installers and Retailers. Prior to joining Nualight he has worked for Advance International as Refrigeration Sales Manager and has also held previous positions at Epta Group and Alan Nuttal Ltd.

Simon details his reasons for joining Nualight as, “I came to work for Nualight looking for some exciting new challenges in the market. I look forward to working with the innovative ranges, people and a brand such as Nualight.”

Mark Stratford, Head of Commercial Refrigeration Programmes at Nualight said, “Refrigeration lighting is a key growth area for us, so Simon will be a valuable asset to the team. We are pleased to welcome him on board and wish him well in his new role.”

Raising the standard of car park lighting – Tapestry Building Kings Cross

King’s Cross is a new part of London with a brand new post code – N1C. Situated amidst the vibrant new city quarter of shops, restaurants and cultural venues is the Tapestry Building.

Set alongside St Pancras Lock, the 14 storey Tapestry Building is an outstanding collection of 129, one, two and three bedroom apartments, townhouses and penthouses. The development also boasts a multi-use games pitch, two retail units and the 415 space Handyside car park (public and private use), representing a new way of sustainable city living for today.

The King’s Cross Development Partnership worked with consultant Parking Matters and contractors Kier to select and install a smart lighting scheme for the car park – an area often over looked by designers.

David Swainsbury, King’s Cross Development Partnership, Project Manager, explains “when planning car park lighting we have to be careful to take into account not just the costs of running it, but also, the paramount consideration is the safety of all the users. Ultimately we wanted a high quality lighting scheme which allows residence and shoppers to travel safely but also to save money in the operational running of the MSCP as an asset.”

Bright, safe and forward thinking

The King’s Cross Development Partnership selected Nualight’s robust Titan for LED car park lighting. Titan has been designed to facilitate smart lighting control, yielding excellent energy savings. Its batwing distribution ensures uniform illumination, offering a safe and enhanced user-experience in covered car parks. David adds, “one of the main features that impressed us was the DALIPark controls. It overcomes the typical cost and installation barriers associated with smart lighting controls in car parks. Time will tell, but we are expecting it to deliver exceptional lighting energy savings of up to 89% in comparison to the same scheme with fluorescent fittings. We even managed payback in under three years, which means that in no time they will be paying for themselves, an ideal solution for a car park being run as an asset.”

To read the full case study click here.

Q-Park Clerys project impresses at Parking & Property 2017

Parking is an essential element in urban infrastructure. Without well thought out and implemented parking provisions, towns and cities would cease to function. As the number of car owners expands and the premium on land increases, car park operators need to keep up with innovative, smart and cost saving solutions.

On the 8th June Parking and Property 2017 offered both public and private sector car park owners, operators, developers, planners and companies supplying design and equipment services an excellent opportunity to examine the latest thinking in the planning, funding, design, construction, upkeep and day-to-day operation of parking facilities.

The successful one day event, organised by Landor Links, was dedicated to off-street parking, and provided the perfect place for discussion and knowledge-sharing with key industry players.

Dan Lemajic, VAR Network Manager, Nualight, details “It was encouraging to see so many people at the conference who are genuinely passionate about finding innovative methods to enhance car park and property spaces. Whilst attending the presentations, it was clear to see that Nualight lighting solutions can offer the operators the solutions they need in order to achieve their energy saving targets and provide brighter, safer spaces for the end users. It was an interesting day and our recent Q-Park, Clerys project was very well received. The topics, speakers and organisers were great and we are looking forward to next year already.”

To read the Q-Park Clerys case study click here or for more information on the Nualight car park range visit:

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Arc 2 features in Lux Review’s round up of lighting for rail

In May 2017 Lux held a successful Lighting for Rail Conference in Central London. During the session the general consensus was that clients are becoming increasingly rigorous when it comes to ensuring that they are specified the best products, especially with continued budget tightening in the public sector.

To help Lux Review decided to compile a list of the best new lighting products which can be used on the rail network. We are pleased to announce that Arc 2 features in this round up of lighting for rail along with many of the industry’s top players.
Arc 2 – our range of efficient IP65 high-bay solutions offers many benefits to rail networks. It is ideal for use in industrial and rail applications varying from warehouses and logistic centres to large concourse and platform areas.

Its light weight and long life makes it easy for installation and low maintenance with minimal disruptions. Optional controls provide opportunities for energy saving and control through PIR, Daylight sensors and DALI. Arc 2 from Nualight is available in a range of lengths, wattages and beam profiles providing the optimum solution for the whole network.

Take a look at the Lux Review summary here.

Nualight to attend TransportXtra’s Parking & Property 2017

On the 8th June 2017, Nualight will be attending the seventh Parking & Property event in Hatfields London.

As the only dedicated event to off-street parking, the well-attended conference showcases the latest thinking in the planning, funding, design, construction, upkeep and day-to-day operation of parking facilities.

Known for lively debate and sharing best practice, the day is aimed at both public and private sector car park owners, operators, developers, planners and companies supplying design and equipment services. The event offers a packed schedule of presentations from specialists in car park operation, design, refurbishment and parking technology, including ARUP, Parking Matters and CRB to name a few.

This year the presentations will focus on the way technical innovation and societal trends are changing the relationship between parking, property and retail. Delegates are also encouraged to network and view the latest systems and services during social sessions held in the supporting exhibition.

To find out more or meet our team drop us a line on info@nualight.com.
For further information on Parking and Property 2017 or to register your place visit: http://www.parkingandproperty.co.uk/