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How often do we need to certify emergency lighting?


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Generally yes. A photoluminescent way guidance system can be a useful alternative, but only if done correctly (which is quite costly) and to ensure the material is 'charged' so it glows at full intensity for the required period you would need to leave your normal lighting on most of not all the time, so in the end the low consumption LED emergency lighting may work out cheaper in the longer term.

If you want to seriously investigate the way guidance option contact https://jalite.com/safety_signs_means_of_escape who will put you in touch with a suitably trained and experienced distributor who can carry out a survey for you.

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Guest Natse
On 28/09/2012 at 17:44, Tom Sutton said:

You are not required to do a 6 monthly test, daily monthly and annually who ever told you ask them to check the latest British Standard, BS EN 50172:2004 BS 5266-8:2004.

 

Check out http://www.firesafe....gency-lighting/

For how meny monts should be valid the emergency light and the fire sistem alarm certificate

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On 17/07/2021 at 13:36, Guest Natse said:

For how meny monts should be valid the emergency light and the fire sistem alarm certificate

Fire Alarm: 6 monthly with weekly call point testing

Emergency Lighting: 12 monthly with monthly function testing

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