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LED Lighting Solution for Animal Feed Manufacturer

BEKA Schréder has supplied the LED lighting retrofit solution for Meadow Feeds, who are one of the market leaders in the Southern African animal feed industry. Meadow Feeds produces a variety of specialised diets and custom feed mixes for the poultry, dairy, ostrich and swine industries.

The Meadow Feeds’ Paarl Branch needed a lighting upgrade for all the external and internal luminaires of their feed dispatch gantry. Their new lighting installation had to offer energy savings and less maintenance requirements.

The luminaire of choice was BEKA Schréder’s robust and versatile LED bulkhead, the LEDNOVA-MIDI with wireguard. The LEDNOVA offers optimal photometric performance and high reliability to reduce energy consumption and maintenance in all types of lighting applications.

The LEDNOVA range, consisting of the MINI and MIDI sizes, has been designed and manufactured in South Africa. It is suitable for use in various environments, which include outdoor mining areas, oil and gas refineries, food and beverage plants, manufacturing process plants and any application that requires robust and well-built luminaires. The LEDNOVA range has been developed to reduce disability glare and thus improve the quality of light.

BEKA Schréder locally develops and manufactures energy-efficient LED lighting products, designed and suitable for local conditions. We are very proud to be associated with Meadow Feeds in providing a successful lighting solution for this project.

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