Light manufacturer BEKA Schréder has launched its QVAL light-emitting diode (LED) bulkhead, which forms part of its existing LED bulkhead range.
The QVAL is a decorative yet versatile, high-performance and reliable LED bulkhead. The bulkhead outperforms all conventional wall mounted bulkhead luminaires by providing a bright and long-lasting light for outdoor wall mounted applications.
Apart from being suited for decorative applications, such as shopping centres, commercial buildings and public buildings, it is also suited for industrial applications, such as the exterior lighting of warehouses, industrial halls and loading bays.
The design ensures a discreet integration without compromising on performance. The QVAL delivers a strong white light with a high colour rendering index to ensure perfect visibility and comfort at all times. The luminaire emits a pleasant light owing to the highly efficient white reflector.
“The indirect reflector design has been specifically developed to not only provide glare-free lighting, but also a high-performing light distribution.”
Owing to the QVAL’s high optical performance and strong mechanical design, it can achieve substantial energy and maintenance savings.
The QVAL has several advantages, which include, being locally designed and manufactured – taking into account the country’s harsh thermal and environmental conditions. The bulkheads are also robust yet discreet design to complement any environment.
Other advantages include marine grade high-pressure die-cast aluminium (EN 1706 AC-44300) housing; easy installation with removable back plate to maintain the IP rating of the luminaire; high energy savings compared to systems with traditional discharge lamps.
It also has high visual comfort, a white light with a high colour rendering index as well as an optional integrated movement or daylight sensor for further energy savings.
BEKA Schréder’s products are used in many infrastructure developments. Such as roads and highways, residential and commercial areas, and town centres as an integrated part of urban renewal programmes. The company’s products are exported into almost all African countries as well as the Middle East, South East Asia, Europe and Australia.