What is freestanding office lighting and why should you choose this?

Companies increasingly use different types of lighting to achieve the most efficient office lighting. After all, the right office lighting can make a great contribution to the productivity of your company and the well-being of your employees.

Freestanding office lighting is a good example of office lighting that is gaining popularity. In this blog we’ll explain what freestanding office lighting is and why you should use it in your office building.

Explaining freestanding office lighting

Freestanding office lighting is nothing more than office lighting that is separate from the infrastructure of your office building and therefore stands on its own. That immediately explains why companies increasingly are opting for these light sources. The modern workplace is, after all, one that must be flexible and dynamic. Consider, for example, the use of flex desks and ever-changing workstations. With freestanding office lighting you can easily adapt your lighting to the needs of your employees.

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Benefits of freestanding office lighting

These freestanding lamps also offer you some undeniable benefits. We’ll give you an overview of the most important advantages:

  • No installation required and easy to move

Since these light sources are not integrated into the infrastructure of your office building, no installation is required. When the layout of your work environment changes, you don’t have to carry out major renovations for this freestanding office lighting. You only have to place them where you want and provide them with the necessary electricity.

  • Energy saving

If you opt for freestanding office lighting, you also save quite a bit on your energy bill. After all, in most cases the lighting works on LED technology that lasts longer and requires little or no maintenance. In addition, freestanding office lighting often contains a few technological gadgets for optimum consumption. For example the automatic daylight control and motion detection. In the first case, the lamp detects the presence of daylight and controls the necessary lighting based on this. The motion-dependent control in turn detects the absence or presence of people so that the lamp is automatically switched off when no one is there.

  • Adjustable to the needs of the employee

Perhaps the biggest benefit of freestanding office lighting is the ability to adjust office lighting to the employee's needs. In this way you can ensure a more pleasant working environment and focus on the well-being of your employees. Various studies have shown that good office lighting reduces the risk of health problems and contributes to a safe and comfortable workplace. Every employee has different needs and experiences lighting differently depending on their job or age. Older people often need more light than younger people, and tasks that require a computer naturally need less light than other tasks.

Now, despite the obvious advantages that freestanding office lighting offers, we must mention that such lighting is only an added value when you combine it with other indispensable light sources. By this we mean the presence of the necessary daylight and a general indirect lighting of the office spaces. After all, the key to ideal office lighting lies in the combination of the right light sources and the optimum UGR or Unified Glare Rating. For office spaces this is less than 19.

Would you like more information about freestanding office lighting? Or are you curious about the lighting options that Kreon can offer to create the ideal lighting in your office? Then contact our lighting specialists now. They’ll be happy to help and advise you.

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