Ansell Encore Exit Box 3W Maintained / Non-Maintained Lithium White - AENC/1/W
Product Code: AENC/1/WDelivery Estimate:*£26.73 £22.27
Ovia 3W Self-Test Maintained Emergency Bulkhead IP65 White - OEN3-ST
Product Code: OEN3-STDelivery Estimate:*£25.82 £21.52
Ovia Hanex 2W Maintained Emergency LED Exit Sign Wall or Ceiling - OEH2-D
Product Code: OEH2-DDelivery Estimate:*£88.86 £74.05
Ovia Hanex 2W Maintained Emergency LED Exit Sign Down Legend - OEV2-D-ST
Product Code: OEV2-D-STDelivery Estimate:*£120.83 £100.69
Ovia Hanex 2W Maintained Emergency LED Exit Sign Wall or Ceiling - OEH2-U
Product Code: OEH2-UDelivery Estimate:*£29.33 £24.44
Ovia Vanex 2W Maintained Emergency LED Exit Sign Suspended - OEV2-D
Product Code: OEV2-DDelivery Estimate:*£30.47 £25.39
Ovia Calvex 4W Maintained Emergency LED Exit Sign with Legend IP20 - OEC4-D-W
Product Code: OEC4-D-WDelivery Estimate:*£25.32 £21.10
Ansell Disco EVO 2 CCT LED Emergency Bulkhead 9-16W IP65 - ADIS2/1/M3
Product Code: ADIS2/1/M3Delivery Estimate:*£221.40 £184.50
Ansell Disco EVO CCT LED Emergency Bulkhead 4-7W IP65 - ADIS1/1/M3
Product Code: ADIS1/1/M3Delivery Estimate:*£184.95 £154.12
Ovia Newem Emergency Non-Maintained LED Twin Spotlight 2 x 3W Daylight White - OEN6C
Product Code: OEN6CDelivery Estimate:*£86.37 £71.97
Knightsbridge EMPDL 3W LED Emergency Downlight (Non-maintained)
Product Code: EMPDLDelivery Estimate:*£36.87 £30.72
Knightsbridge EMPOWER2 230V IP20 3W LED Emergency Downlight 6000K (maintained/non-maintained use)
Product Code: EMPOWER2Delivery Estimate:*£44.09 £36.74
Ensure your emergency lighting is safe and effective with Electrical2go's range of great-value emergency lighting supplies. We stock a range of emergency lighting, emergency exit signs and emergency light kits for all installations.
Emergency Lighting & Fire Exit Signs
Our emergency lighting collection has been organised into handy categories including bulkhead emergency lighting, exit boxes, twinspot lights, suspended emergency lights, recessed emergency lighting, emergency packs, emergency lighting batteries and emergency labels and stickers.
Understanding the Different Types of Emergency Lighting: Ensuring Safety in Emergencies
Emergency lighting plays a critical role in ensuring the safety of occupants in a building during an emergency. Offering a wide array of options, including bulkhead emergency lighting, exit boxes, twin spotlights, suspended emergency lights, recessed emergency lighting, emergency packs, emergency lighting batteries, and emergency labels and stickers, they ensure clear visibility in the event of power loss and assist in the quick and safe evacuation of people.
Bulkhead Emergency Light: A bulkhead emergency light is a robust, wall-mounted lighting solution that provides a high output of light during a power failure. With its sturdy build, it is particularly suited for harsh environments and high-traffic areas. View our Emergency Bulkheads
Exit Boxes and Fire Exit Signs: Exit boxes and fire exit signs are designed to clearly mark exit routes and emergency exits. LED emergency exit lights are widely used due to their energy efficiency and longevity. Clear and bright, these signs guide occupants to safety during emergencies. View our Emergency Exit Boxes
Twin spotlights: These emergency lights feature two adjustable light heads, ensuring broader coverage. They’re commonly used in large areas such as warehouses or large commercial spaces. View our Emergency Spotlights
Suspended Emergency Lights and Emergency Light Panels: Suspended emergency lights and emergency light panels provide widespread illumination from overhead. They're especially useful in open-plan areas or corridors. View our Emergency Suspended Lights
Recessed Emergency Light: Recessed emergency lights are installed into the ceiling, providing a sleek and unobtrusive solution. Maintained emergency lights, a type of recessed light, remain lit constantly, serving as regular lighting that also operates during a power outage.
Emergency Packs: These include a range of emergency lighting products, such as non-maintained emergency lights which only illuminate during a power outage, and the necessary emergency lighting batteries for power backup. View our Emergency Lighting Packs
Emergency Labels and Stickers: These are vital for clearly marking emergency exits, fire equipment locations, and providing safety instructions.
LED emergency lighting, including LED emergency lights and LED emergency light fittings, are popular choices because of their energy efficiency, lower maintenance requirements, and superior performance.
Regardless of the type chosen, ensuring a regular check of the emergency light fitting and replacing emergency lighting batteries timely are vital to maintaining their effectiveness.
A Selection of Brands we Stock
At Electrical2Go we offer a range of Ansell emergency lighting & signage; if you need a reliable, high quality fire exit sign to ensure safety of your visitors & customers or are seeking a solution to any other need and want, Ansell is a brand you can trust.
JCC have a strong reputation in providing great quality and reliable products. For high safety rated products JCC can help you.
Looking to add a modern feel to a property with no loss of quality? Check out our range of Robus products we stock for emergency lighting & signage including emergency packs, bulkheads and exit boxes.
What is maintained and non-maintained emergency lighting?
Maintained emergency lighting refers to lights that are always on and are connected to a permanent power supply and serves as both a normal light source and an emergency light source. In contrast, non-maintained emergency lighting only operates in emergencies such as power outages/failure or other emergency situations. These lights are typically battery operated and will automatically activate when the main power source fails. The choice between maintained and non-maintained lighting depends on the specific needs of the building or site and the required level emergency lighting.
What is the purpose of emergency lighting?
The purpose of emergency lighting is to provide illumination in the event of a power failure or other emergency situation, allowing people to evacuate a building safely and efficiently. Emergency lighting also helps to guide people towards emergency exits and other safety equipment, reducing the risk of injury or loss of life during an emergency.
How often should emergency lighting be tested?
Emergency lighting should be tested regularly to ensure it is in proper working condition. The specific testing frequency may vary depending on local regulations and the type of emergency lighting system in place. However, in general, emergency lighting systems should be tested at least once a month and undergo a full annual test and inspection by a qualified professional. Regular testing helps to identify any issues with the system and ensure that the emergency lighting will function as intended during an emergency.
Do emergency exit signs need to be illuminated?
Yes, exit signage needs to be adequately illuminated to be easily visible in the event of a power outage or other emergency situation. For best practice, ensuring emergency exit signs adhere/conform to certain regulations (these will vary depending on locality, building type and location) will bring peace of mind in providing safety to your visitors and customers.
If you’re not sure about quantities, sizes or have any other questions, our sales team will be more than happy to help. Perhaps you’re not sure about which emergency lights best suit your needs? Maybe you're wondering what type of signage will be the most visible and safe for your property? Give them a call now on 01424 220384.