ESIC Lighting upgraded the 4,250m2 Caron Labs facility to reduce overall lighting power consumption by 84% with the use of occupancy and daylight sensing. Light levels have also improved by 75%.
The Car Advice office located in Melbourne required a reliable lighting solution in replacement of their inefficient flourescent troffers. ESIC’s 42W panels improved light levels by 70%.
Ford Motor Company has further improved lighting throughout their Casting Facility with the use of ESIC Lighting’s PUK and X3 Series lamps. Post install assessment has found a tripling in light levels with a 64% saving.
ESIC Lighting designed, supplied and commissioned the lighting system used at the recently refurbished Doug Ellis pool facility located at Monash University in Melbourne. The system dims when sufficient ambient light is available which saves substantially in running costs.
ESIC Lighting is proud to supply and integrate dimmable LED panel lights which are turned on under occupancy within multiple ANZ data hall facilities in Melbourne. The project is a step in the right direction, being one of the most efficient data halls in Australia.
ESIC Lighting was engaged by Enovatek Energy Solutions Pte Ltd to conduct on-site lighting audits at Singapore Airlines – Maintenance Hangar 5 (Changi Airport), Rolls Royce (Engine Assembly Facility) and Jurong Port. Currently, Rolls Royce and Jurong Port are trialing ESIC’s X3 series lamps to reduce energy consumption and improve maintenance outcomes.