Steon Lighting have recently revived a popular luminaire that, until recently, was widely used and specified in the lighting market. The popular Churchill, Safepark and Unipack lighting ranges have been unavailable to the professional lighting market since the administration of Trac Lighting in 2013 however Nigel Walton, Managing Director of Steon, was eager to revive the fitting, which was renowned for being ultra-slim and durable.
“I wanted to make sure we could carry on offering this fitting on a global scale. It is a superbly constructed, neat and flexible range that is made entirely here in the UK and exported globally.”
The range of lighting, now named ‘Alley Pack’, is constructed of polycarbonate and has a car-park specific model, ultra-slim version and is available with light pollution visors for public areas. It is this long-lasting, vandal resistant, versatility that gave rise to the popularity of the fitting but Nigel was all to aware that the fitting needed some updates:
“We have fitted the Alley Pack with LED lighting technology and our Manual Intelligent Control (MIC ®) lighting controllers which give various options for motion and light sensor control. This has proved to be very popular in parking and communal public areas.”
Steon offer a full lighting-design service in-house and where previous schemes have been over-hauled the Alley Pack has offered some very generous energy saving solutions with up to 85.7% energy save.
Steon Lighting have recently revived the popular Churchill luminaire, now named the ‘Alley Pack’.