Saturday, January 11, 2014

LED Lighting For Public Aquariums


Public Aquariums have been connecting people with the Natural World since 1853 when the first Public Aquarium was opened in London. Today, visiting a Public Aquarium is not only a family entertainment, but also an opportunity to learn about animals, plants, and ecosystems, including the preservation of species and environmental responsibilities, as Public Aquarium’s mission and objectives have broadened to include programs and projects of education & research; preservation, rescuing & rehabilitation and breeding of animals and plants.

LED Lighting for Public Aquarium

Although in these last three decades many technology developers focused on technical solutions to cover all aspects of aquarium construction, operation and breeding, Public Aquariums face challenges on daily basis such as:

Increased competition
As their popularity grew, the number of Public Aquariums opened has increased considerably, which is forcing them to offer:

-       More attractions & activities
-       Bigger installations
-       More hard-to-find and endangered species
-       Sleepovers and night tour guides

All that led to 02 more serious challenges:
Dubai Burj Al Arab Hotel Aquarium - Orphek DIF-100 LED Light
Dubai Burj Al Arab Hotel Aquarium – Orphek DIF-100 LED Light

Maintenance of the welfare of the animals in captive environments Conservation and adaptation of animals are more complex due to:

-     Introduction of hands-on and other interactive programs
-     Number and types of biomes increased
-     Introduction of “exotic” and rare animals to beat competition.

Increased investment:
As a consequence, larger sums of money have to be spent in structure and conservation:

-     Purchase and transport new species
-     Hire and maintain specialized staff
-     Build and maintain a larger number of installations & facilities
-     Purchase equipment & more advanced technology
Sambil Shopping mall Sto. Domingo Aquarium , Light Orphek Led
Sambil Shopping mall Sto. Domingo Aquarium , Light Orphek Led

Understanding these challenges ORPHEK LED LIGHTING has been researching and developing customized products only Public Aquariums to provide:

A wide range of organisms kept in public aquaria comes from different types of habitat and different geographic zones. Our solutions will not only help Public Aquariums to create a more natural, more easy-to-adapt and healthier environment to any kind of installation and animals, but it will also help Public Aquariums to explore the beauty that a proper atmosphere can bring to the exhibition. Understanding each peculiarity of these habitats, ORPHEK LED LIGHTING helps Public Aquariums to make the correct choice of lightening, installation, and spectrum that will make all the difference for both visitors and species.

The Blue Planet Aquarium, Denmark - orphek Led lighting
The Blue Planet Aquarium, Denmark – orphek Led lighting

We will also help Public Aquariums to overcome maintenance problems, as ORPHEK LED LIGHTING products reduce considerably the amount of algae in the tanks, and also provide solutions that meet the temperature requirements of each tank, avoiding over heating or chilling problems.
Also, by simply producing an efficient LED lighting solution ORPHEK LED LIGHTING is helping Public Aquariums to meet their environmental responsibilities reduce a great excess carbon dioxide, sulfur oxide and other waste emissions that are currently being released into the atmosphere every day, leading to a cleaner world and one that will last much longer.
Our environmentally friendly lighting solutions produce no radiant heat, and they will not raise the aquarium temperature more than two degrees Celsius above the room temperature.

Most of all, committed to quality x efficiency, ORPHEK LED LIGHTING quality control systems are developed to guarantee that all our LED lighting solutions will provide extraordinary energy efficiency, minimum environmental damage, and outstanding results (illumination, color & growth). That means a considerable annual reduction of energy consumption that helps Public Aquariums meet their energy consumption/reduction strategies.

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