Industrial lighting is directly connected to increased productivity and a decreased number of mistakes and accidents. This is not a trivial matter, as better productivity and flawlessness convert into cash – faster than anywhere else.

Industrial facilities must have enough light, although the premises are large and it is tempting to try to cut costs. In challenging environments, lighting has to be efficient as well as durable.


Improves occupational safety. Insufficient lighting is one of the major causes of accidents on industrial premises. Safe industrial lighting brightens quickly, illuminates efficiently and can withstand difficult conditions. Industrial lighting design and installation often require special creativity, as difficult-to-access places and cramped spaces pose challenges for what can be illuminated.

Provides sufficient illumination. The lighting levels of warehouses, production lines and precision-work assembly facilities have set standards whose minimum values should not be compromised. In high-quality industrial lighting, special attention is also paid to glare control.

Cost-effective. In industrial premises, one luminaire typically needs to provide as much light as possible. The need for energy savings is especially important in large halls, which consume a lot of electricity as it is. Adjustable LED lighting is an energy-efficient solution that optimises light levels automatically according to the use of the premises.

Suitable for the environment. There are all sorts of industrial premises. Some deal with dusty building materials, whereas others handle food. Dirty premises and clean premises are illuminated by different industrial luminaires suitable for these premises. This will provide cost-effective and sensible lighting that will also withstand the cleaning products and cleaning methods used.


Industrial properties have a wide variety of spaces that differ from each other in terms of the activities and of the utilisation rates. With lighting control, the right amount of light is used where light is needed at a given time. Automation not only facilitates lighting management but also amounts to significant additional savings.

In warehouses, the utilisation rates are usually small, and presence control avoids unnecessary use of light and reduces energy costs. In production premises, task tuning can be used to automatically drop the light levels during breaks. Robots, on the other hand, do not need light so automated production facilities are fine with lower light levels.

With a smart lighting control system, the property manager can see the utilisation rate of the premises, lighting energy use, and potential maintenance needs. In the future, lighting control can be used to interact with smart electricity networks and meet the challenges of flexible demand.


Greenled’s long life-cycle products ensure lighting that improves occupational safety and comfort in your industrial premises. Our turnkey service covers the entire lighting solution from design to installation.

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