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Phil Horsley of ARTS Energy argues that lithium iron phosphate batteries don’t represent the utopian ideal for emergency lighting equipment and that alternatives, such as nickel-cadmium and nickel metal hydride, have many key qualities.
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Surviving the ups and downs of our economy is an achievement for any company. So, reaching 30 years in business is a milestone to be celebrated. Emergency lighting designer and manufacturer, P4, is doing just that.
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The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) has the potential to transform how emergency lighting is managed, tested and maintained – but this must not be at the expense of buildings becoming non-compliant or owners overly-reliant on possibly vulnerable internet connectivity.
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After an incident, you won’t want to be defending your fire safety arrangements as the bare minimum to comply with the law. Far better, surely, to pay a small premium for peace of mind and demonstrate that your emergency lighting rated as the industry’s best practice, and that your exceeded the minimum where you could.