GELS, a health-tech company, is the distributor of a new kind of continuous cleaning protection using visible light. GELS offer 100%UV-free antimicrobial High Intensity Narrow Spectrum (HINS) LED Light that creates environments inhospitable to the growth of viruses, bacteria, fungi, yeast, mold and mildew. Unlike UV-C light, GELS meet international standards for continual and unlimited use around people in homes, public places and across industries. As antimicrobial overhead lighting, GELS can be found in homes, factories, offices, healthcare facilities, transportation and hospitality, and many other places. HINS lighting is also embedded within commercial and consumer products and applications.
Independent Test Results show:
*Testing on a non-enveloped virus (MS2 bacteriophage) showed a 97.12% reduction in controlled laboratory testing in 8 hours on hard surfaces. Testing on MRSA and E, coli showed 90% + reduction in controlled laboratory testing in 24 hours on hard surfaces.
Results may vary depending on the amount of light that is reaching the surfaces in the space where the product is installed and the length of time exposure. Use of HINS antimicrobial light is not intended to replace manual cleaning and disinfection practices.
Emergency Lighting is far more than just a legal requirement.
A correctly designed and installed emergency lighting system is critical in providing employees and the public safe and quick evacuation assistance.
Emergency Lighting is subject to the following mandatory Acts and Standards:
> Occupational and Safety Act (85 of 1993 as amended)
> SANS 10114-2 Interior Lighting part 2: Emergency Lighting
> SANS 1464-22: Safety of Emergency Luminaires
> SANS 10400-T: Fire Protection
> SANS 1186-3: Symbolic Safety Signs
Genstar Emergency Lighting Solutions’s range of services and product is of superior quality. We provide a full turnkey solution: audit, design and installation utilising the latest high efficiency LED and LiFePO components which meet all the required safety and performance requirements.
Although often called emergency lighting, there are different types of emergency lighting systems and installations which have different objectives and standards.
Emergency Exit Signs
The objective of emergency escape lighting is to enable a safe exit from a location/ building in the event of a power failure. This provides appropriate visual (directional) markers on escape routes and special zones, ensuring that fire fighting and safety equipment can be readily located and used.
Open Area (Anti-panic) Lighting
Open area lighting reduces the likelihood of panic and enables the safe movement of occupants towards emergency escape routes. Our signage displays recognizable icons that adhere to international standards, thus guaranteeing appropriate visual conditions and direction finding.
High Risk Task Area Lighting
High risk task lighting contributes to the safety of people involved in a a potentially dangerous process/situation. This enables that proper shut-down protocols are followed for the safety of the other occupants within the location/building.