LONDON GATEWAY TERMINAL
For this modern container terminal from DP, World Yourlight has supplied the lighting on both the terrain and the cranes. It concerns a new construction project, the client could choose the existing lighting infrastructure without worry about the best solution.
The photo on the left is an aerial photograph of the London Gateway container terminal. The challenge here was to place as few masts as possible. The 45-meter high masts sometimes had to be more than 150 meters apart. Moreover, the masts had to be placed in such a way that they did not bother the space. Of course, the lighting requirements had to be met in the area of light level and uniformity.
We have the expertise to design a lighting plan, in which the container terminal is optimally illuminated, taking into account all this kind of limiting conditions.
Instead of the 1000 W SON-T (High-Pressure Sodium – yellow light) originally designed by the engineering firm, a modern lighting solution from Yourlight has been chosen. By applying a combination of narrow, medium and wide-angle lenses, a very high uniformity is achieved at the terminal.
The container cranes can be seen on the photo on the right. All new quay cranes (QCs) from ZPMC for London Gateway are equipped with sea-air resistant Yourlight fixtures. The lighting ensures safer working conditions due to the greatly improved visibility. Better light also increases the productivity of cranes and crane workers.
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