Emergency lighting assist occupants to find their way out of a building during an emergency. Regular maintenance and and check-ups are essential to ensuring safety. We assist with new installations, maintenance and repairs.
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Emergency lighting units are everywhere, from light units, to remote heads and emergency exit signs. Most units rely on batteries to provide the necessary light during a power outage or an emergency. As with any battery and/or electronic device, regular maintenance is required to make sure it is working to the best of its ability. Not only do we provide the units themselves for new installations or retro-fits, but we also provide the necessary annual testing services, replacement batteries and repair services.
Emergency Light Packs (ELU)
Emergency light packs are enclosed units that generally power two or more lights throughout the building. They house one or many batteries to provide the necessary light during a power outage or an emergency. Emergency light packs are generally easily identifiable, as they are a large box with two lights on the top. Some of them may not have any lights on them and instead all power remote emergency light heads. Our team consist of technicians that can provide new installations, retro-fits, annual inspections and any necessary repairs for these emergency light packs.
Emergency Exit Signs
Emergency exit signs are quite possibly the most noticeable emergency lighting system. They are generally strategically placed above emergency exit doors, or for larger buildings, along emergency exit routes. With older signs showing a red “EXIT” slogan, while the new signs, called “Running Man Signs”, depicting a white figure on a green background running into the direction of the exit. Many of these signs have their own batteries that require periodic replacement, or they may rely on a emergency light pack for the backup power. Our team is equipped to provide new installations, retro-fits, annual inspections and any necessary repairs for emergency exit signs.
Remote Emergency Light Heads
Remote heads are often a confusing topic, as their power-source is oftentimes not clear. Remote heads are generally one or two lamps that rely on an emergency light pack to light up during a power outage or an emergency. Many larger buildings have a centrally located emergency light pack with several remote emergency light heads distributed throughout the building to illuminate the necessary egress pathways. Regular inspections on these remote emergency light heads are required to ensure they will light up in case of an emergency. Our team is equipped to provide new installations, retro-fits, annual inspections and any necessary repairs for remote emergency light heads.