Lighting

Good, adjustable workstation lighting is essential for work quality and the well-being of employees. The right amount of light at the right time enhances productivity and reduces errors in industrial environments. Treston has a wide selection of efficient and versatile lighting solutions that provide individual controllability of workstation lighting.

Treston's new lighting solution is Treston NaturLite LED, natural workstation lighting for industrial environments.

Achieve your full potential with:
- Tunable colour tone
- Dimmable brightness
- Effective performance

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Treston NaturLite LED Plus 1200   Treston NaturLite LED Wing 500
Treston NaturLite LED Plus 1200
Bright light with tunable colour tone
 
  Treston NaturLite LED Wing 500
Versatile task light
 
Treston NaturLite LED 1200   Treston NaturLite LED 900
Treston NaturLite LED 1200
Bright light with full adjustability
 
  Treston NaturLite LED 900
Bright, dimmable light in smaller body
 
           
Magnifying light ZL3       HiLite LED       SatelLite LED
           
ProLite 28       HiLite 54       SatelLite 36
               
Task Light                
           
Overlight OL254       Overlight with dimmer
OL254 D
      Sidelight SL224

 

When designing workstations and their lighting, we observe the recommendations of the EN 12464-1 standard on indoor workplace lighting.

These recommendations apply mainly to the actual workstation and its immediate surroundings. The conditions set by the standard must be met in every location where the workstation could be placed. This becomes possible only with adequate, ambient lighting or quality workstation lighting, the latter often being the more cost-efficient solution.

When designing the workstation lighting, the requirements of the work are determined first. A task that demands a good eye for detail usually calls for a spotlight. If the viewed object is square, at least two lights are necessary, in order to remove shadows. If the viewed object is a level surface, it can be illuminated with one long fluorescent lamp - though it is important to remember to direct any reflections away from the user.