Emergency Lighting in Durham and Darlington

EMERGENCY LIGHTING

Current UK legislation requires all occupied buildings to have adequate escape lighting to allow safe exit should mains power fail. Escape and exit routes must be lit to a minimum of one lux during an emergency.

Emergency light fittings include a battery as a backup power source that is continuously charged. Emergency light fittings can tell when the power has failed and immediately switch to using the backup battery. The battery needs to power the light fitting for a minimum of 3 hours. To conserve power, the light output from the fitting is reduced, often to 10% of the normal light output.

The Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997 & BS5266 part 1 - require building owners to test emergency lighting systems regularly and maintain them in proper working order.

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