Sustainable Light
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FOR SUSTAINABLE LIGHT SCHRÉDER THE GREEN LIGHT

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SUST AINABLE DEVELOPMENT

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SATISFIES TODAY’S NEEDS WITHOUT JEOPARDISING FUTURE GENERATIONS’ ABILITY TO SATISFY THEIR NEEDS. AT A TIME WHEN MANY COMPANIES ARE COMMITTING TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, THE SCHRÉDER GROUP ASSERTS ITS PRIORITIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND WHAT SETS IT APART. ’ BEING LOCAL IN A GLOBAL WORLD This idea has been at the forefront of the Schréder Group’s global expansion. This desire to “be local” is the reason for our success and our ability to remain close to our customers. We want to play our part in supporting and developing an industrial network wherever we are based. The...

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ARGENTINA AUSTRIA BELGIUM BOLIVIA BRAZIL CANADA CHILE CHINA COLOMBIA CZECH REPUBLIC ECUADOR ’ EGYPT SCHRÉDER’S OBJECTIVE HAS ALWAYS BEEN TO SET UP OPERATIONS LOCALLY ON A SUSTAINABLE, PERMANENT BASIS FRANCE GERMANY HUNGARY We have always entrusted local teams with the running of our operations. Our objective has INDIA always been to establish ourselves in a country ITALY on a sustainable and permanent basis, in order to LEBANON create a close and trust-based relationship with MALAYSIA local customers and suppliers. We believe that Michel Neuprez CEO of the Schréder Group NETHERLANDS we work...

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OPTIMISING OPTICS AND LIGHT SOURCES FOR GREATER EFFICIENCY AND OUTPUT OPTIMISING OPTICS AND LIGHT SOURCES ’ HIR2® REFLECTOR: THE NEW GENERATION REFLECTION RATE Schréder was the first to introduce anodised ACCORDING TO TYPE aluminium reflectors and vacuum metallised reflectors. More recently, Schréder developed OF REFLECTOR – as a world premier – the “multi-layer” coating 9 95% process for some of its HiR® range of reflectors. These high efficiency reflectors have a 95% reflective coefficient, which represents a substantial gain. For certain configurations, the increase in luminance can be...

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BETTER LIGHTING USING LESS ENERGY THE MOST SIGNIFICANT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF A LUMINAIRE OCCURS DURING USE: >99%. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF LUMINAIRES ENERGY Low pressure sodium High pressure sodium Mercury Metal halide Compact fluorescent Production - distribution 0.30% 0.30% 0.30% 0.90% 0.90% Use 99.67% 99.67% 99.67% 99.00% 99.00% Recycling 0.03% 0.03% 0.03% 0.10% 0.10% Energy / type of lamp Energy consumption is the key factor for which action must be taken. Less energy for greater light output. Schréder has decided to focus its efforts on this. OTHER ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINTS(*) Impacts...

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PROJECT FRANCE – AGDE 2008 > 2010 Agde town, Grau d’Agde, Cap d’Agde THREE TIMES MORE LIGHT FROM FIVE TIMES LESS POWER. Replacement, af ter 20 to 25 years, of 4,316 “sphere” t ype luminaires f it ted with 125W mercur y lamps with Inoa luminaires f it ted with 70W high pressure sodium lamps. • Savings in kWh/year: 989,500 • Savings in tonnes CO2/year (*): 110 • Savings in €/year (**): 40,000 • Energy efficiency (W/m² / lux) old: 0.218 / new equipment: 0.038 • Average illuminance level (lux) old: 3.8 / new equipment: 13.2 (*) 109gr CO 2/kWh (**) kWh = € 0.04 ’ LIMITING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL...

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’ THE LED REVOLUTION IS COMING One thing is certain: we will always offer responsible solutions that make the most of the energy and photometric qualities of our products. We want to offer additional solutions to our customers, either with discharge lamps or Marc Gillet Managing Director of the Schréder Group Research & Development Centre LEDs. Because it is ultimately the customer who decides. When used in ways that maximise their potential, LEDs can offer incredible light output with low energy consumption and not only in coloured light. Memphis is a machine that measures in situ the...

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LED LIGHTING SOLUTIONS OFFERING GREATER LIGHT OUTPUT? IT’S DEFINITELY POSSIBLE. THE REVOLUTION The LED-equipped Isla c luminaire is charac terised by its perfect control of light. It offers i maximum uniformity and visual s comfort that allows for greater spacing between poles. This remarkable luminous efficiency is only going to increase with the r apid development of LED technology. Several pilot installations of the P186 concept luminaire were installed to verify the photometric f performance, the visual com mfort and the quality of its light for a range of colour temperatures. The...

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IMPROVED PROTECTION FOR BETTER LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE LASTS LONGER TO USE LESS ENERGY ’ GUARANTEES INITIAL LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE OVER TIME Schréder invented the Sealsafe® system MAINTENANCE which has become a global reference for FACTOR AND optical compartment tightness levels. This EFFICIENCY system enables an incredible level of internal cleanliness to be maintained throughout the life of the luminaire. If the optical compartment 120% remains clean, it means that the photometric performance of the luminaire can be maintained without the need REQUIRED LIGHT LEVEL 110% 100% for maintenance....

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LESS MATERIALS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMINAIRES SAVE ON MATERIALS ’ DO A BETTER JOB WITH LESS MATERIALS Schréder has been working on reducing the size of its luminaires for a number of years now, not only as a response to the appearance of new light sources and in order to allow designers greater freedom in their designs, but particularly to reduce the volume of materials used in manufacturing. Research has also enabled us to reduce the thickness of the casing while maintaining the robustness of our luminaires. Less materials mean preserving the world’s Edwin Escobar Manager of the R&D...

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PROJECT PORTUGAL LISBON January 2008 Telheiras Replacement, after +/- 20 years, of 400 luminaires tted with 250W sodium lamps with Hestia Midi luminaires tted with 70W / 150W / 250W sodium lamps. REDUCTION OF 150 TONNES OF CO2 EACH YEAR. • Savings in kWh/year: 100,500 • Savings in tonnes CO2 / year(*): 49.2 • Savings in €/year(**): 9,040 • Energy efciency (W/m² / cd/m²) old: 0.75 / new equipment: 0.43 • Average luminance level (cd/m²) old: 1.36 / new equipment: 2.13 (*) 490gr CO 2/kWh (**) kWh = € 0.09 ’ ECODESIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT We want to reaffirm our commitment to sustainable...

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