Interior of the new factory
New logistics office for Würth in Rome. LED lighting intended for comfort and energy saving

Planned relamping project, which took into consideration first of all the analysis of production sites and offices, through inspections and surveys, because the new project was intended to improve visual comfort for operators and employees.

It was a challenge for the Würth LED Project team. Through the use of LED relamping, the entire new Würth logistics centre in Rome is designed. The new complex lighting system was designed to ensure the greatest visual comfort for operators and employees. The project required a year's work, including study, surveys and analysis

Detail of the new meeting room

The project involved various areas of the headquarters, considered particularly important for working comfort, which included warehouses for storing goods, the area with belts for transporting parcels, the packaging area, the area for loading and unloading goods, the management offices, the meeting rooms, the canteen, the facilities and external paths

Detail of the new meeting room

The works were carried out with the aim of conservation and functionality and the designer and installers were involved in the coordination, in order to identify the most suitable products and a correct functioning of the system, characterized by a massive presence of home automation systems. In this way, the design and aesthetic requirements have been met, making the installation simpler and faster and optimizing the costs of the entire operation.  All the data collected have been evaluated and reworked in order to develop a lighting design that was appropriate to the objectives of conservation and functionality

Detail of the new meeting room

From the financial point of view, the intervention of relamping led has made it possible to obtain a saving equal to 70% of the energy cost for lighting, in addition to the elimination of maintenance costs of about € 28,000 per year. The lighting system went from a consumption of about 1,400,000 kw/h before the intervention to a consumption of about 413,000 kw/h after the intervention of LED Relamping

Detail of the new meeting room

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