How High Can Safety Lighting Be Installed?

Bear Safety Projected Marking Safety Lighting Height

When it comes to safety lighting, one of the important factors to consider is the height at which the lighting can be installed. Depending on the type of safety lighting being used, there may be certain limitations to how high it can be installed.


Projected safety lighting is a popular modern technology that is becoming more widely used due to its many advantages over traditional line marking. One of the benefits of projected safety lighting is that it can be installed at a variety of heights, making it a versatile option for a range of applications.


Projected safety lighting can typically be installed at any height from 2.5m up to 20m. This height varies depending on the specific product being used and the requirements of the application.


One factor to consider when determining the height at which to install safety lighting is the angle of projection. The angle of projection refers to the angle at which the light is projected onto the surface. Another factor to consider is the type of surface on which the safety lighting will be projected. While grey-coloured surfaces are optimal for the visibility of safety light markings, they can be effectively applied on surfaces of any colour.


It is important to note that the height at which safety lighting is installed should be determined based on the specific requirements of the application. Consulting with a safety lighting expert can help ensure that the lighting is installed at the appropriate height and angle for optimal effectiveness.


In summary, projected safety lighting can typically be installed at a height from 2.5 meters to 20 meters, depending on the product and application requirements. The angle of projection and surface type should also be taken into consideration when determining the appropriate height for installation. Consulting with us at Bear Safety can help ensure that the lighting is installed correctly for optimal safety and effectiveness.

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