Premium Retail Centre Converts to Safety Path Exit Signs
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November 8, 2021
Landmark premium retail and office building, the Como Centre in South Yarra, has installed Safety Path’s LED Exit Signs in its retail areas. The Como Centre is home to Australian TV network Channel 10.
Safety Path LED Exit Signs replace the failure-prone batteries found in old electric exit signs, with Safety Path’s SmarterLite technology. SmarterLite absorbs light from an integrated low-powered energy-efficient LED when the power is on. But should the power fail, SmarterLite will reliably emit that stored light for many more hours, enabling people to safely exit the building.
By eliminating batteries from exit signs, the Como Centre improves safety for visitors and tenants in its retail areas, and reduces its risk and increases its compliance. Power consumption and emissions are reduced, compared to electric-battery LED exit signs.
In general, for buildings open to the public, using more reliable Safety Path exit signs reduces the disruption and risk associated with replacing failed electric-battery exit signs during opening hours, or much more expensive maintenance after-hours.
Newmark Capital’s Como Centre in South Yarra joins more than 60 Bunnings stores across Australia, clients of Grosvenor Engineering Group, and shopping centres, industrial plants and office buildings protecting their occupants with Safety Path Exit Signs using SmarterLite technology.
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