Ensuring Peace of Mind

Peace of mind is vital for anyone illuminating a challenging environment such as a transport, custodial or secure health application. Often without “thinking about it” we expect the lighting to be safe, secure, simple to install, easy to maintain, proven and sustainable.

Since 1963 we have built a reputation for products, designed and manufactured in Britain, which are engineered to stand the test of time. Our luminaires incorporate metal bodies and specially designed diffusers which can resist up to 250 joules of energy. High ingress protection and corrosion resistant paint are other key components of our “robust and durable” ethos.

Incorporating removable gear trays ensures easy to maintain luminaires, whilst enabling cost effective technology upgrades to the latest energy efficient LED light engines. Other design features include anti-ligature and sector specific compliance. At Designplan, we are passionately committed to developing high performance lighting solutions which are sustainable, energy efficient and designed to last.

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