LED Lighting for
Hospitals & Healthcare Providers

Healthcare facilities typically have some of the most complex lighting requirements found in any sector. Operating theatres and examination rooms must have high light levels and good colour rendering whilst ensuring glare is not an issue for medical staff. Hygiene is of the utmost importance and fixtures must be reliable and easy to clean.

Proven Benefits

Kellwood's consultants will work with you to ensure that the optimum balance is struck between meeting technical requirements and minimising product variation. All specifications can be fine-tuned by our in-house lighting design team to ensure the correct lux levels. We will also investigate the feasibility of smart controls to maximise energy savings according to your budget - enabling fast payback for Salix or other funding schemes.

Typical Products of Interest

  • IP65 Corrosion Resistant luminaires
  • High Efficacy Ceiling Panels
  • Daylight and Occupancy Sensors
  • Circular Bulkhead Lights
  • High Efficacy Downlights

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Lux Levels for Hospitals

ApplicationTypical UseHorizontal
Illuminance
RaGlareNotes
Eave (LUX)Emin/Eave
Changing & Wash RoomAmenity100/150>0.5>90<19-
Ward WallsAmenity150>0.2>80<19-
Ward Corridors (Day/Night)Amenity200/10>0.4>90<19-
ToiletsAmenity200>0.4>80<19-
Dayrooms, Play Areas, Staff RoomAmenity200>0.5>80<19-
Nurse Station (Day/Night)Amenity300/200>0.5>80<19-
Endoscopy RoomAncillary100/150>0.5>80<19-
Scrub-up AreasAncillary500>0.6>80<19-
Preparation RoomsAncillary500>0.7>80<19-
Recovery Rooms, Plaster RoomsAncillary500>0.7>80<19-
Day SurgeryAncillary500>0.7>80<19-
Anaesthesia RoomAncillary500>0.7>90<19-
Cafeteria (Serving Counter, Tables,Floor)Dining300,200,50>0.5>90<19-
High Dependency UnitsIntensive Care400>0.5>80<19-
BedroomsPsychiatric Treatment100/50>0.2>90<19-
Secure RoomsPsychiatric Treatment150/100>0.5>90<19-
Care WardPsychiatric Treatment300>0.5>80<19-
X-Ray RoomsSpecialist300 (at 1m AFFL)>0.7>80<19-
Hydrotherapy PoolsSpecialist300 (at Water Level)>0.6>90<19-
Sterilization RoomSpecialist300>0.6>80<19-
Scanner RoomSpecialist300>0.6>80<19-
Consulting Rooms (Audiology)Specialist300>0.5>90<19-
RadiotherapySpecialist300>0.7>80<19-
Labatories/PharmacySpecialist500>0.6>80<19-
ResuscitationSpecialist500>0.7>90<19-
Minor Treatment AreasSpecialist500>0.7>90<19-
Major Treatment AreasSpecialist1000>0.7>90<19-
Autopsy Room/MortuariesSpecialist500>0.6>90<19-
DentistrySpecialist1000>0.7>90<19-
Operating TheatreSurgical Procedures1000>0.7>90<19-
Operating TableSurgical Procedure15000>0.8>90<19-

IMPORTANT NOTE: data is compiled from healthcare-specific lighting publications. However, these are recommendations only; careful consideration must go into every unique environment.

Popular Features and Accessories

Cri>80

Emergency

Wireless Control System

Low Glare

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What Kellwood Offers Healthcare

  • Large energy saving potential
  • Minimised Energy and Maintenance costs
  • Variety of suitable products
  • Optional Intelligent controls
  • Optional Installation

Healthcare lighting

In most healthcare facilities, gradual expansion and refurbishment over time means that there can be a wide variety of fitting and lamp specifications which can make maintenance costly and inefficient. Any LED Lighting upgrade should seek to minimise product variation as one of the primary aims. A higher colour temperature should be considered to create a bright and clean aesthetic.

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