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ecologically friendly CEAG Ex-Luminaires

Regenerative and energy-efficient CEAG Ex-Luminaires lead to a good ecobalance

 

Addressing environmental concerns of Eatons customers with innovative lighting solutions, many of them with LED technology!
The trend towards environmentally friendly products has not only reached consumers. Large corporations are also picking up on this theme and are trying to portray a “green” image to the outside world in order to maintain a brand and save money.

 

The customers’ requirements of Eaton

  • New environmental regulations, e.g. CO2 consumption scheme
  • Growing environmental awareness of the corporate world
  • “Green” as an evolving trend in society and a vehicle to brand products
  • Lower energy and recycling costs

 

The solutions of Eaton

LED technology for better energy efficiency and longer life-time:

  • Torches, hand and machine lamps
  • Signal, escape sign and vessel light fittings
  • Bulk heads, pendant light fittings and flood lights for general area illumination
  • Tailor-made solutions to reduce and manage light dissipation for the benefit of animal life, e.g. turtle breeding grounds in the South Sea, bird migration

 

Key benefits

  • Decreased levels of CO2 consumption thanks to more sustainable LED technology
  • Less maintenance costs  and reduced recycling costs due to longer life times
  • Elimination of poisonous substances such as mercury
  • Less energy consumption of state-of-the art LED light fixtures

 


Case study: Eco-friendly customized lighting solutions for a large LNG project (Chevron Gorgon, Australia)

ecologically friendly CEAG Ex-Luminaires for turtlesRequest

Chevron asked Eaton to come up with a way to mitigate the effects of light pollution on the nocturnal nesting behaviors of sea
turtles at their Gorgon LNG facility being built in in Australia. Understanding that the turtles are attracted to blue-white light, the team developed a lens that limited the wave length to a warmer (yellow-red) light.

Solution

The result is that the turtles now return to the safety of the ocean after laying their eggs instead of going toward the lights. At the same time the lights use long life fluorescent lamps, thus reducing maintenance and energy costs.