Iviti are focussed on developing their company at the same pace LED lighting is dominating the marketplace.

They are a part of the TIA Group, who are based in Telford, and have a management team with 30 years of experience in the lighting industry.

The last five years have been devoted to new technology, with LED products dominating as conventional lighting becomes increasingly phased out.

LED is fast moving and game changing technology within the lighting industry, as a genuine equivalent to traditional light sources.

The power they are capable of is comparable to 50 Watt Halogen and even 35 Watt Metal Halide bulbs and is getting gradually stronger all of the time.

Such systems can mean huge savings, in comparison, and switching to low energy bulbs is an easy way to reduce carbon emissions.

Iviti are building up a profile of successful LED solutions and kitted out the Autocraft branch close to home, also in Telford.

The newly-refurbished building has a car repair facility, which requires bright light so repairs can be made to vehicles.

Iviti installed a system with 100amps per phase at the site’s sub-station which resulted in energy cost savings of 43 per cent and the same reduction in CO2 emissions.

St Giles are a hotel group that are environmentally aware and Iviti replaced the existing line-up at their London branch with an LED alternative.

This has reduced St Giles’ power consumption from 6,400w to 960w which is a saving of 85 per cent, which was also shaved off their CO2 emissions.

Iviti’s brief for a Toyota site took them all of the way to Hengelo in Holland, as traditional tube lighting was replaced in the showroom, office and garage.

Iviti LED tubes fitted to the existing housing and lasts up to seven times longer, saving up to 60 per cent on energy costs.

Toyota have so far saved 43 per cent on energy consumption and CO2 emissions. All three of those solutions require much less maintenance.

Check out www.iviti.co.uk to see what they can do for you or call them on 01952 586 597. Alternatively, email info@iviti.co.uk.

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