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Jun 21, 2005
As part of the fire detection system installed at the recently opened Newcastle Cricket Centre, Cooper Lighting and Security has supplied reflective beam detectors to protect the large indoor nets area, which boasts five nets with a full bowling run-up.
Jun 17, 2005
The latest lighting design guidelines stress the need for quality of lighting in the working environment, but can they be reconciled with demands for increased energy efficiency? Leighton James looks at the issues involved.
Jun 14, 2005
Impending legislation will abolish fire certificates and place responsibility for fire safety squarely on employers? shoulders. Chris Watts, Standards Consultant for Cooper Lighting and Security, looks at the impact these changes will have on emergency lighting and identifies the opportunities that will be created for contractors.
May 23, 2005
Cooper Lighting and Security, manufacturer of the market-leading Menvier and JSB ranges of emergency luminaires, has published a hard-hitting document outlining the key reasons for avoiding the use of poor-quality emergency lighting.
Apr 25, 2005
The latest addition to the Cooper Lighting and Security range of emergency luminaires is a new version of the JSB Legendlite, which is an attractive, self-contained exit sign that represents outstanding value for money.
Mar 11, 2005
Cooper Lighting and Security has launched a new fire handbook that is sure to be a valuable source of information for anyone involved in designing, specifying or installing fire detection systems.
Feb 10, 2005
Cooper Lighting and Security has expanded its Crompton Lighting range of luminaires with the introduction of a new family of suspended lighting systems that are available in a choice of three models to suit different applications and budgets.
Feb 02, 2005
Cooper Lighting and Security has introduced an improved version of its JSB Royalux edge-lit exit sign, which has become a popular choice for prestigious locations such as hotels, reception areas, boardrooms and theatres.
Jan 26, 2005
There is a vast array of fire detection systems and devices on the market today, ranging from the relatively simple to the most technically sophisticated. Modern automatic fire detection systems are available in two types ? conventional and analogue ? which, broadly speaking, are used in smaller and larger installations respectively.
Jan 26, 2005
Given the wide variety of different products available and the need to comply with the requirements of relevant standards, designing an emergency lighting scheme can be a daunting prospect. Chris Watts, Standards Consultant for Cooper Lighting and Security, looks at the key points to bear in mind.