ESP launches new emergency lighting


Leading security solutions provider, ESP, is expanding its growing portfolio of fire protection and security products with the introduction of a brand new range of emergency lighting. 

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Launched under the Duceri brand name, the new emergency lighting collection brings to market a product offer that has been independently tested by established photometric data test house, LUX-TSI, and complies with the latest industry standards and regulations.

It complements ESP’s existing range of CCTV, Access Control, External Area Protection and Fire Protection solutions, and means that contractors, wholesalers and installers now have access to one of the most comprehensive ranges of fire and security products from under one roof.

A total of eight products make up the Duceri collection – including illuminating emergency bulk heads, exit boxes, exit signs and twin spots – available in maintained and non- maintained versions where applicable.

ESP continues to demonstrate its commitment to add value for customers by offering a free design scheme service, which will allow contractors the use of ESP’s technical expertise when it comes to the correct positioning of the products.

Comments Paul Dawson, managing director, ESP:  “In today’s landscape where health and safety issues are paramount, it is vital that emergency lighting performs to the highest possible standards when it is required.

“The British Standard BS 5266-1: 2011 code of practice provides general rules and guidance on the provision and operation of emergency lighting in most premises other than dwelling houses.  Although this standard recommends the types and durations of emergency lighting systems relating to each category of premises, it should be remembered that the standards given are the minimum safe standards for particular types of building.

“With our new Duceri emergency lighting range, we wanted to offer customers the assurance that all products have been independently tested and we are able to supply the photometric data to those who want to use it.”

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