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Lighting Treatment for sewage

Lighting Treatment for sewage Lighting Treatment for sewage Fluorescent luminaries from the an umbrella shaped roof supported Crompton Combat corrosion- by a central concrete pillar. resistant range together with Because of the damp conditions, standard fluorescent luminaires about thirty corrosion-resistant from the Crompack range have fluorescent luminaires have been been supplied by Crompton installed in the basement area. Parkinson to light a £2 million Mounted on a conduit direct on to sewage treatment plant at Little- the concrete ceiling, the luminaires hampton for the Southern Water employ white translucent poly­ Authority. styrene reflectors. The fluorescent Th e treatment works is on the lamps are enclosed in acrylic seafront and, due to aesthetic sleeves, sealed into shielded consideration as well as the diffi­ Iampholder s with neoprene cult ground conditions, is con­ gaskets. Th e galvanised steel body structed in a circular form. The is protected by a PVC coating. basement area contains the treat­ ment sumps, traps and screening Th e ground floor of the works equipment while the ancillary is lit by luminaires from the plant, switchgear and pump control Crompton Crompack range, ceiling equipment is housed on the ground mounted and arranged radially floor together with office accom­ around the central supporting modation. The design incorporates column. 18 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Management Emerald Publishing

Lighting Treatment for sewage

Industrial Management , Volume 77 (11): 1 – Nov 1, 1977

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0007-6929
DOI
10.1108/eb056804
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Abstract

Lighting Treatment for sewage Fluorescent luminaries from the an umbrella shaped roof supported Crompton Combat corrosion- by a central concrete pillar. resistant range together with Because of the damp conditions, standard fluorescent luminaires about thirty corrosion-resistant from the Crompack range have fluorescent luminaires have been been supplied by Crompton installed in the basement area. Parkinson to light a £2 million Mounted on a conduit direct on to sewage treatment plant at Little- the concrete ceiling, the luminaires hampton for the Southern Water employ white translucent poly­ Authority. styrene reflectors. The fluorescent Th e treatment works is on the lamps are enclosed in acrylic seafront and, due to aesthetic sleeves, sealed into shielded consideration as well as the diffi­ Iampholder s with neoprene cult ground conditions, is con­ gaskets. Th e galvanised steel body structed in a circular form. The is protected by a PVC coating. basement area contains the treat­ ment sumps, traps and screening Th e ground floor of the works equipment while the ancillary is lit by luminaires from the plant, switchgear and pump control Crompton Crompack range, ceiling equipment is housed on the ground mounted and arranged radially floor together with office accom­ around the central supporting modation. The design incorporates column. 18 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

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Industrial ManagementEmerald Publishing

Published: Nov 1, 1977

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