Westex Carpets, UK

  • Westex Carpets, UK
  • Westex Carpets, UK
  • Westex Carpets, UK
  • Westex Carpets, UK
  • Efficacité de la source lumineuse

    Efficacité de la source lumineuse

    S’assurer que la lampe convertit efficacement l’électricité en lumière (lm/W).

  • Classification du ballast

    Classification du ballast

    Contrôler l’alimentation électrique de la source lumineuse (indice d’efficacité énergétique IEE).

  • Distribution lumineuse

    Distribution lumineuse

    Contrôler les émissions lumineuses à l’aide d’optiques qui dirigent la lumière à l’endroit voulu.

  • Efficacité du système

    Efficacité du système

    Combiner le contrôle optique et thermique au sein du luminaire (lm/W du luminaire).

  • Détection de la présence/de l’absence

    Détection de la présence/de l’absence

    Éclairer uniquement lorsque cela est nécessaire.

  • Gestion de la lumière du jour

    Gestion de la lumière du jour

    Réduire la lumière perdue pendant la journée.

  • Éclairement constant

    Éclairement constant

    Produire les niveaux lumineux corrects pendant la durée de la période de maintenance.

  • Gestion des scenario

    Gestion des scenario

    Permettre aux utilisateurs de configurer les scènes et d’adapter la lumière selon différentes tâches.

  • Gestion horaire

    Gestion horaire

    Extinction automatique de toutes les lumières pendant les heures hors service.

  • Éclairage du plan de travail

    Éclairage du plan de travail

    Éclairage des zones de travail avec la quantité de lumière requise.

  • Zoning


    Le locale est organisé en zones selon les schémas d’occupation ou de l’emplacement des fenêtres.location.

  • Plan de maintenance

    Plan de maintenance

    L’entretien doit être effectué en fonction du temps d’utilisation de l’installation, de sa performance et de son environnement.

  • Lumière perdue

    Lumière perdue

    Éliminer la lumière perdue qui n’atteint pas la cible prévue.

  • Réflexion des surfaces

    Réflexion des surfaces

    Tirer parti de la lumière se réfléchissant sur les surfaces de l’espace.

  • Visualisation de la consummation

    Visualisation de la consummation

    Permettre de constater rapidement le résultat des mesures prises sous forme d’augmentation ou de diminution de la consommation énergétique afin de favoriser un comportement responsable.

Thorn Energy Partnership (TEP) training supports successful roll out of lighting at carpet factory

Electrical engineering company, Fully Wired, joined the Thorn Energy Partnership (TEP) in January 2013 and as a direct result, secured a new contract and successfully implemented an energy efficient lighting scheme with Westex Carpets.

James Colam-Ainsworth, Co-Director at Fully Wired, explains: “We joined the Thorn Energy Partnership because we’re committed to helping our customers achieve energy and cost savings, and wanted to ensure our knowledge is at the very forefront of developments in these areas. The move paid off because the credibility and training we received as a TEP Partner helped us to win the contract to refurbish the high bay lighting at the Westex Carpets factory.

“My experience with TEP so far has been very useful as we have gained access to training, tools and resources. The ecoCALC and energyCalc software in particular have improved my knowledge of energy efficiency.

“Thanks to the TEP, I’m now fully aware of what products are most suitable for the various applications. I also have full confidence in the design process and in TEP’s continued support to help us win more contracts in the future.”

Simon Walker, Director at Westex Carpets says: “The lighting installation at Westex Carpets has improved light levels throughout the site and in turn saved the company money while reducing CO2 emissions. Fully Wired and the TEP worked well together to ensure the project was completed on time and budget.”

Key facts

  • Luminaire installed: Hi-Rack and PopPack

  • Total area covered: 10,702m2

  • Total energy saving: 25.3%

  • Total carbon emission saving: 62.5 tonnes per annum

  • Total financial saving: €20,500 per annum

  • Lighting level before:<100 lux (est)

  • Lighting level after: 250-300 lux

  • Former LENI: 63

  • Actual LENI: 47

About Fully Wired

Fully Wired is a forward thinking provider of high quality electrical engineering solutions. Based in Morley, England, the firm has been committed to supplying innovative electrical solutions to commercial and residential clients since 2006.

About Westex Carpets

Westex Carpets manufactures the finest quality wool carpets from its West Yorkshire factory, which is in the heart of England’s traditional wool textile industry. The company’s extensive range of carpets for the home and workplace is exported worldwide.

About the Thorn Energy Partnership

The Thorn Energy Partnership (TEP) is an exciting venture between Thorn and lighting professionals which aims to promote energy efficiency without sacrificing good lighting performance. All successful TEP applicants become a TEP Partner and are supported with a 2-year certified training programme to promote energy saving schemes with a quick, attractive pay back. For more information about TEP, please visit the TEP Portal.