UV-C Light for Disinfecting Hospitality Environments
The health, security, and well-being of your guests means making sure they feel comfortable when they approach and reside in a space. You want to ensure that guests are relaxed and able to enjoy their time without worrying if their environment is germ-free. Our commercial grade UV-C lighting kills 99.99% germs and viruses. Specialty Lighting’s UV-C products can be used in hospitality spaces such as lobbies, restaurants, guest rooms, and restrooms. Our products include fixtures that serve dual roles as a standard light source and a germ-killing UV-C light. Remotes and PIR (passive infrared) sensors provide a safe way to control the lighting system.
Hospitality and Restaurant Lighting
Hotels and restaurants are classic service environments where presentation is an essential part of a guest’s overall experience.
The quality of light needs to enhance the visual impact of the hotel or restaurant, setting the stage for your guests. It is more than a matter of delivering the right quantity and quality of light. It is more than a matter of intensity distribution curves and lumen diagrams.
It is about developing a finely tuned lighting atmosphere.
When a customer walks into a room at a 5 star hotel or a multi-unit chain, one of the first things they do is turn on a light and then look for an outlet to charge their phone or computer. So, making things friendly, inviting, convenient, and flexible in finding that outlet without reaching under a desk or around a bed is becoming more important.
Specialty Lighting brings a wide range of flexible lighting options for the room and furniture. Tables and headboards are ideal places to include recessed and down lights as well as LED undercabinet lighting solutions.
Also, using uniquely designed power units, bring recharge stations to a desk or side table, creating a fast place to plug and play a phone, tablet, or computer.
Lighting a Room
Lighting design for a hotel room is geared primarily to both ambience and comfort.
Various zones of a room are defined for a guest primarily by its furnishings. Good lighting design lets your guests select and regulate the level and distribution of brightness in the room to suit their mood.
Setting the Mood
The range of lighting moods is endless. The important thing is that the atmosphere should suit the architectural surroundings, look attractive, ensure that food is clearly presented, and that visual conditions at the table are right for conversation.
This means the surface of the table should be more brightly lit than the surroundings. Proper lighting and color temperature rendering is also essential to ensure that the freshness and delicacy of food is apparent.
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