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Emergency Lighting & Exit Signs Inspections!

There are few times where emergency lighting will be needed, but when it is it is crucial. Here are Zenith we are concerned for your business, concerned for the welfare of your employees and customers. If there is a problem, and people need help during a moment of panic and confusion, then you’ll want the best emergency lighting you can find.

What if a sudden power failure hits your business or facility? What if your customers or employees can’t see enough to exit the building during an emergency or a fire? These are the things that keep us up and night, and these are the things that we here at Zenith are prepared to help you with.
If you have the proper emergency lighting and exit signs to guide people out during a crisis, then you have nothing to worry about. It won’t matter what comes your way you’ll be covered and comforted knowing they will be taken care of.
If you have the proper emergency lighting then you’ll be able to diminish the confusion and panic that can come during a crisis, or when people can’t see. These things will help you to avoid property damage and personal injury as well. Emergency lights are back up battery devices which illuminate automatically during a building power outage.

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Different packages include Emergency light, Exit lights and Combo packs.

  • Emergency lights are illuminated hallways and rooms for hours after a power outage.
  • Exit Lights aid to easily identify the closest exit during an emergency.
  • Combo Packs are an optimal combination of both an Emergency light and Exit light.

For installation and/or service of your emergency lights contact Zenith today to receive a quote.

Exit Light

In the event of a power outage or damage to facility lighting, emergency Exit Lights clearly mark the location of emergency exits to a property, allowing evacuation even in the event of total power failure thanks to back-up battery power.

Emergency Light

In the event of a fire or other serious event that compromises the integrity of a building, electrical systems and standard lighting may be damaged.
Emergency lighting ensures that corridors, hallways and other vital areas in the protected property remain lit and accessible during an emergency, allowing residents and staff to evacuate with the minimum of risk.

Emergency Lights Combo

An Emergency Light Combo includes both Exit Lighting and general Emergency Lighting, ensuring that both the path to the exit and the exit itself are clearly illuminated in the event of an emergency, even if regular power supply to the building is lost.
To ensure your emergency lighting will function properly when needed, NFPA 101.

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INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS

Section 7.9 of the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and section 6.8 of the B.C. Fire Code set out the inspection and testing requirements for emergency lighting, including:

Monthly Checklist

  • Press test button for 30 seconds monthly to test integrity of the battery and light
  • Check each light for physical damage
  • Check alignment of beams and adjust if necessary
  • Check AC and charge lamps if applicable

Annual Inspection

  • 90-minute full functional test
  • Disconnect AC power supply to each unit
  • Check battery and lens for corrosion
  • Clean unit and lens
  • Adjust beam for proper alignment
  • Check charging system voltage and current
  • Check battery voltage output
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BATTERIES

Like automobile batteries, which are continually discharged and recharged during normal vehicle operation, proper testing extends the life of batteries serving emergency lights or EXIT signs. Still, it must be remembered that these batteries have a limited service life. Because there are many factors that affect battery life (e.g. changing temperatures), it’s not possible to set a hard and fast rule on how long a specific battery should last.

The two most commonly used battery types for emergency lighting are lead acid and nickel cadmium. While the equipment manufacturer would be the best source for information on battery life, a maintenance-free lead acid battery might be expected to have a service life somewhere between 5 – 10 years and a maintenance-free nickel cadmium battery an estimated service life of between 10 – 15 years.

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If you are interested in finding out more about the legislations or to discuss more about a maintenance plan to suit your property type: retail or commercial, public facing or high security; Zenith have your solution here, call us on 604-249-8896 or fill out an enquiry form on Contact Us page.

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If you are interested in finding out more about the legislation or to discuss more about a maintenance plan to suit your property type: retail or commercial, public facing or high security; Zenith have your solution here, call us on 604-249-8896 or fill out an enquiry form on Contact Us page.
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