Emergency Lighting

Gladstone design, install and maintain Emergency Lighting Systems to I.S.3217:2013.

At Gladstone Engineering we have extensive knowledge and operating experience installing and maintaining Emergency Lighting Systems. We use highly cost effective and environmentally friendly emergency lighting fittings. Our products incorporate the latest in LED and battery technologies all in accordance with current legislation, which reduces the impact on the environment and consumes less energy compared with conventional lighting.

We are familiar with all types of Emergency Lighting systems and manufacturers products. We only use products that are European Standard EN54 and CPD (Construction Products Directive). Our test schedule will ensure compliance with your legal and regulatory requirements. All our products come with manufacturer’s warranty.

Gladstone Engineering offer a bespoke service and maintenance contract tailored specifically to meet the needs of our customers. We can supply customers with Emergency Lighting only maintenance contracts or Fire Alarm & Emergency Lighting combined maintenance contracts. Contact us for more information.

Emergency Lighting Maintenance ContractIncluded
Four maintenance visits per year
Guaranteed 1.5 -hour emergency response *
12 month warranty for additional fitted equipment
Technical helpdesk telephone support
Full report of engineers visit by email, fax or letter
False alarm management & advice
24/7 service, 365 days a year
Quality of service – all work carried to highest standards
Itemised costings on replacement parts

* To be agreed following premises survey.

OUR SERVICES

Electrical Services
Intruder Alarms
CCTV Systems
Access Control
Fire Detection
Emergency Lighting
Emergency Lighting

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GLADSTONE ENGINEERING HAS INSTALLED EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEMS FOR…

  • Retail – shops, pubs & restaurants, supermarkets and shopping centres, offices and commercial premises

  • Industrial – factory premises and agricultural buildings
  • Healthcare – health centres, nursing homes and hospitals
  • Educational – universities, colleges and schools
  • Recreation – sports facilities and clubhouses