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Petrol Station Lighting – Stand Out Among The Crowd
With over 6,000 retail fuel outlets currently in operation in Australia, consumers are spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding where to stop for fuel and convenience items. As a result, it’s crucial that fuel retailers provide a clean, safe and visually-striking service station that attracts as many customers as possible.
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One of the best ways to improve the roadside appeal of your business is to upgrade to energy-efficient LED lighting. LED technology is designed to provide long-lasting, high-quality illumination while lowering energy consumption and maintenance requirements.

Over the next few weeks, we’ll look at the benefits of installing LED light fittings both internally and externally within your fuel retailing business, and what it could mean for your bottom line. This initial article will focus on internal applications, while the next will focus on canopy and external lighting.

TURN BROWSERS INTO BUYERS
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You should aim to make your retail setting as inviting as possible. A great lighting solution should create a comfortable, uniform environment that customers are happy to spend time in, but also allow them to find the items they need quickly and exit. It’s equally as important to evenly highlight product displays and important amenities such as ATMs and coffee facilities, avoiding shadowy spots and dark corners caused by inconsistent or unmaintained lighting.

A lighting solution featuring a high colour rendering index (CRI) will display your fresh fruit, foods, beverages and other items as they were intended to be seen – with bright, full and vibrant colours that seem too good to be true.

Switching to LED lighting can provide both the benefits mentioned above and more; LED light fittings use just a fraction of the energy required by traditional lighting, reducing operational costs. LED technology is also designed to last longer – meaning less money spent on maintaining your lighting system.

SEEING THE LIGHT
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Advanced Lighting Technologies (ADLT) offers a wide-range of LED lighting solutions perfect for internal retail applications, including the Cree CR series LED troffer. Available in 3 sizes and in a variety of lumen level outputs, the Cree CR Series offers excellent colour rendering via Cree’s TrueWhite technology to make your merchandise really stand out, while providing significant energy savings and years of near maintenance-free service. “The CR Series offer great-looking light while reducing energy consumption,” shared ADLT CEO, Richard Langdon. “In fact, we were so impressed that we’ve installed them in our own premises.”

We also offer a range of Cree LED downlights that blend beauty and performance to provide superior light quality over a long life. The Cree CR & LR Series LED downlights are available in a variety of colour temperatures and can be recessed into the ceiling, perfect for in-store use and other internal areas such as toilets and storage rooms.

We’re also pleased to introduce Venture Lighting’s range of LED products to the fuel and convenience market. Known as VLED, this remarkable range of light fittings features excellent performance and flexibility at an affordable price. Visit www.vled.net.au for the full range of products on offer, including LED edge-lit panels, downlights (pictured), high-bay fittings and replacement LED globes.

Original: adlt.com.au

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Petrol Station Lighting – Attract Business From The Road
One of the best ways to improve the roadside appeal of your business is to upgrade to energy-efficient LED lighting. LED technology is designed to provide long-lasting, high-quality illumination while lowering energy consumption and maintenance requirements.

Teaming up with ACAPMA-partner Advanced Lighting Technologies (ADLT), we recently looked at a number of long-lasting, energy-efficient LED luminaires that can improve the internal lighting within your fuel retailing business while lowering your energy usage and maintenance bills at the same time. In the second article of a two-part series, we’ll look at the options available for fuel retailers to light up external areas of their business.

CANOPY / FORECOURT
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With their target audience often driving past at speeds of up to 110 km/h, first impressions really do count for fuel retailers, and the canopy / forecourt area of your fuel retailing business is often the first chance you have to make a genuine impression on potential customers. It’s typically the most visible part of the property and can often be seen from furthest away. A bright, uniformly lit canopy can also reduce the risk of accidents and theft.

ADLT offer a range of lighting solutions suitable for installation in single and double skin canopies, soffits and other roof types, including the revolutionary Cree CPY Series. An industry leader, the Cree CPY250 LED luminaire now offers higher performance and greater value than ever before, backed by a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty.

Another option from Cree (one of the world’s leading lighting manufacturers) is the 304 Series, specifically designed for installation into canopies and soffits. With near maintenance-free operation and lifetime energy savings, the 304 Series is ultra-efficient and suitable for both upgrades and new construction.

GENERAL SITE & SECURITY LIGHTING
Perimeter and security lighting not only help to keep your business safely lit, they also provide an opportunity to make an impression from the road and display your brand prominently. Well-lit parking spaces, walkways and other amenities can make customers feel safe and welcome when entering your premises ADLT offer a wide range of external lighting options designed to provide an excellent quality of light with a fraction of the energy used by traditional lamps. One such example is the Cree Edge High Output Area & Flood Light. Featuring industry-leading 90 CRI (colour rendering index) colour quality, the Cree Edge High Output Series provides remarkable illumination and redefine what high output lighting performance can be.

The Cree XSP Series were redesigned from scratch as totally-optimized LED luminaires, delivering incredible efficiency without sacrificing application performance. The XSP Series Wall Mount is suitable to displace obsolete technologies by up to 175W, while the XSP Series Area Light is an ideal replacement for outdated high-pressure sodium fixtures from 70W up to 400W.

Rounding out their series of incredible area & flood lights, the Cree OSQ Series blends extreme optical control with advanced thermal management and modern clean aesthetics. Available in both medium and large sizes, the OSQ’s slim low-profile design minimizes wind load requirements and blends seamlessly into its surrounds, providing impressive light quality and high versatility at an extremely affordable price.

Despite spruiking the values of a well-lit fuel business, rest assured that ADLT haven’t forgotten about unwanted light pollution upsetting the neighbours. ADLT CEO, Richard Langdon explains: “All of Cree’s external lighting products come with a range of optics, meaning light can be targeted exactly where it’s required, reducing unwanted spillage and glare”

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Original: adlt.com.au

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