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Designing succesful lighting systems for modern industrial facilities is a complex task. Careful consideration should be given to all of the following criteria since any one single issue, or combination of several, can have a significant impact on the flow of the manufacturing processes and the productivity of the workers. The quality of illumination The quantity of illumination Lighting required for safety Selection of lighting equipment to achieve the necessary quality and quantity, as well as the mechanical performance required to meet installation and operating conditions Equipment installation for safe, easy and practical maintenance without risk to people, plant facilities or equipment Energy, economic and operating characteristics of the system. The Recommended Practice includes detailed information on each of the criteria, discusses light source and luminaire characteristics, and lighting needs for specific visual tasks within the industrial environment.

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Recognized by the IES Progress Report as a unique and significant advancement to the art and science of lighting. ANSI Approved The scope of this practice covers the design of new indoor and outdoor lighting systems for new industrial facilities as well as the redesign of lighting systems in existing industrial facilities. Recommendations are based on quality lighting practices, including the safe movement of vehicles and people, enhancing the productivity and comfort of employees, conserving energy, and minimizing maintenance.

Recommended minimum maintained lighting levels and maximum uniformity ratio guidelines are provided but are subject to variation for special circumstances when based on sound engineering judgment. This Practice does not include all information for mixed application areas such as parking lots, offices, outdoor environments, commercial facilities, or daylighting design.

For these crossover applications, the associated IES Recommended Practice documents should be used in conjunction with this Practice to provide the lighting recommendations. In short, this Recommended Practice will help the reader make intelligent choices to achieve the lighting goals with a minimum of expense of time and capital.

ANSI Approved This standard is the second in a series of standards relating to the photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems and is devoted to measurement of sources for the purpose of hazard evaluation. Skip to content. Recommended Practice for Lighting Industrial Facilities quantity.

Description Additional information Description ANSI Approved The scope of this practice covers the design of new indoor and outdoor lighting systems for new industrial facilities as well as the redesign of lighting systems in existing industrial facilities.

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Recommended Practice for Lighting Industrial Facilities

Recognized by the IES Progress Report as a unique and significant advancement to the art and science of lighting. ANSI Approved The scope of this practice covers the design of new indoor and outdoor lighting systems for new industrial facilities as well as the redesign of lighting systems in existing industrial facilities. Recommendations are based on quality lighting practices, including the safe movement of vehicles and people, enhancing the productivity and comfort of employees, conserving energy, and minimizing maintenance. Recommended minimum maintained lighting levels and maximum uniformity ratio guidelines are provided but are subject to variation for special circumstances when based on sound engineering judgment. This Practice does not include all information for mixed application areas such as parking lots, offices, outdoor environments, commercial facilities, or daylighting design.

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