to dimmed output dependent on when warehouse space is occupied. The luminaire can also be supplied with a light sensor which maximizes energy savings by reducing its light output according to the amount of natural daylight available. Luxonic recently joined the Glamox

Group. The Glamox Group is a global organization with an annual turnover of £260 million (2018), employing approximately 1550 employees in North and South America, Asia, and in several European countries. The combined product range and 105 years of lighting expertise which Luxonic and Glamox have at their disposal ensures that customer needs and expectations can be met and exceeded. Anyone attending the UK’s largest

Since 1986, Luxonic’s passion for designing and manufacturing energy efficient lighting products has seen the company deliver their portfolio of lighting and controls solutions to some of the world’s most innovative businesses


roud to bear the ‘Made in Britain’ marque, Luxonic are a Carbon Trust

Accredited Supplier who embrace sustainability, energy saving and LEAN Manufacturing. All the company’s products are manufactured in the UK at their Basingstoke HQ to the highest UK quality standards. Luxonic design and manufacture

lighting products for most applications. While any business can claim to be an expert in their field, Luxonic has proven its worthiness of such a title over the last three decades. Customers such as Associated British Ports (ABP), Peel Ports, Forth Ports, ASDA, Tesco, Amazon, The Hut Group and Pets at Home certainly prove the company’s credentials in the logistics sector. Luxonic has a large range of luminaires

and lighting controls specifically designed for use in warehouses, distribution centres and large retail stores. Specific lighting solutions are available for warehouse racking or aisle areas, general stores, factory shop floor and cold storage zones, all available with traditional DALI controls or with the more flexible and sustainable Luxlink wireless system. Luxonic products are designed with class leading efficiency in


mind, hence the large energy cost savings achieved for customers such as ABP Ports and Pets at Home. Luxonic replaced ABP’s high Pressure

Sodium luminaires at Port of Hull with their flagship product, Hi-Max. In conjunction with a wireless controls system, this resulted in a staggering 96 per cent energy cost saving. This lighting system has since also been rolled out at ABP Immingham. Luxonic recently helped Pets at Home win an ‘Edie’ energy saving award, with their lighting system facilitating a 55 per cent, £2.9m per year energy cost saving over 440 stores. The Hi-Max boasts a high output LED

range from 14,000 to 50,000 lumens, with an LED life of up to 60,000 hours L90. Hi-Max can be either suspended or surface mounted at heights of up to 15 metres, and a presence detector means fittings can be set to switch between full

Luxonic replaced ABP’s high Pressure Sodium luminaires at Port of Hull with their flagship product, Hi-Max. In conjunction with a wireless controls system, this resulted in a staggering 96 per cent energy cost saving

logistics exhibition, IHMX 2019, is most welcome to visit the company’s stand, 6D175, and discuss their current or possible future lighting requirements. In addition to talking about and displaying products, staff will be able to calculate approximate energy cost savings possible within a specific installation space and discuss funding, grants and tax relief with visitors.

Luxonic T: +44 (0)1256 363 090

 Registration is now open to attend IMHX 2019 on 24 – 27 September 2019. It is free to attend. Visitors are encouraged to pre-register. To secure your free visitor pass that allows access to all areas of the show on any of the opening dates, visit

Visit stand 6D175 at

IMHX to discuss current or future lighting requirements"


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