Tamlite Lighting, one of the UK’s largest privately-owned lighting companies, has secured ICEL (Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting) certification for the manufacture and testing of quality luminaires.
Tamlite is the first lighting manufacturer to have been granted ICEL membership via the LIAQA Scheme.
The ICEL is a division of the Lighting Industries Association (LIA), representing the highest level of legislation in terms of luminaire quality, specialising in emergency lighting. Membership of the ICEL confirms that Tamlite’s technologies and solutions are designed to be effective in the event of an emergency or loss of mains power, allowing a building’s occupants to evacuate quickly and safely.
The ICEL membership follows recent news that Tamlite has secured BAFE certification, confirming the quality of the Company’s emergency lighting designs. The company is also a recent winner of the inaugural LIAQA Award – which rewards highly robust quality management systems – the commendation is regarded as a mark of confidence across the industry.
Let’s include a quote from JRA along the lines of Tamlite are continuing to strive to improve and be best in class - our commitment to quality processes and procedures as well as priding ourselves on manufacturing quality luminaires and quality Sales Engineers - all Engineers are LIA certified.
John Allden, Managing Director at Tamlite Lighting commented:
“Tamlite Lighting was a founding participant of the LIAQA scheme, and we have always been committed to its purpose. The ICEL certification offers proof that we maintain extremely high standards within the manufacturing process of our emergency luminaires – and this gives our customers an added level of confidence. It is fair to say, reliability and quality are core aspects of our culture at Tamlite – we see both values as an essential pillars of our business practises.”
Tamlite Lighting are also Full members of the LIA, Corporate members of Institute of Lighting Professionals and members of the Society of Light & Lighting.
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