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Make light work of hazardous areas
Make light work of hazardous areas

NHP provides an extensive range of hazardous area LED lighting products and in-house lighting designs to improve efficiency by lowering energy consumption, minimising maintenance requirements and reducing installation costs. 

Customised for the local market, NHP lighting fixtures provide increased benefits over traditional lighting technology with reduced maintenance requirements, three- to five-year warranties and lower energy consumption. Unlike conventional lighting sources, there are limited maintenance costs during LED technology lifespan which is approximately 50,000 hours. In addition, LED promises lower loss of brightness and increased resistance to shock and vibration, therefore, having a longer life in arduous installations.

When it comes to NHP’s hazardous area LED lighting, this is no exception and high energy efficiency performance is also assured, achieving energy savings of around 50 percent without compromising on light emission or quality of light. To complement this product range, NHP can also assist with in-house lighting design through our team of expert personnel. With market leading experience and knowledge, this team can assess new or existing plants and design a tailored solution that improves lighting quality, decreases the number of fixtures required and can further reduce installation time utilising Ex-e junction boxes built into the fixture. 

For your next hazardous area lighting application, partner with NHP and unlock a complete offering that brings together quality products, local knowledge and reliable performance. 

www.nhp-nz.com for a local agent or
ph 0800 nhp nhp

 

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