Re-Engineering Services

COCO Lighting Limited offers a full range of re-engineering services in our purposely designed 8500 square foot premises, and our experienced engineers ensure we are able to offer a fast, efficient turnaround without compromising on quality.

What is re-engineering?

Re-engineering is the term used to describe the replacement of an existing luminaire’s internal components so they will then operate with more modern control gear and energy saving LED’s. Re-engineering also describes the modification of light fittings to allow them to automatically switch on under power-loss conditions to comply with British standard BS5266-1:2016 for emergency lighting.

What are the benefits?

Reduction in energy costs of up to 90% due to more efficient components, improved quality of light with minimal wasted heat energy. Re-engineered lights can also be modified to include dimming function, DALI system controls or emergency lighting functions. Not having to replace existing luminaires also means that your client can maintain the feel & character of the building, without the expense of redecoration and installation of completely new, mismatched fittings.

Is re-engineering safe and reliable?

Yes. With over 30 years of experience in re-engineering luminaires, our in-house team always conducts a feasibility assessment using one of your existing fittings which includes the production of a 3D design using CAD software to ensure the required components will fit inside the assembly. We then install the components and rigorously test the new system for electrical safety, heat management and light performance.

Will this save money?

Re-engineered LED fittings draw up to 90% less electricity than older incandescent or fluorescent fittings and this will obviously save money for every single minute that they are in use. LED’s also last for many years rather than just a few months, saving on re-lamping costs.

What do we need?

We need a sample fitting to work from, a little bit of information about where they will be installed and how they will be required to function and any additional specifics to the project.