Our partners

atomsvet

Our main partner is AtomSvet Company – a producer of LED luminaires for severe and extremely harsh operational environments. AtomSvet® luminaires are used for illumination of:

  • industrial enterprises including explosion hazardous facilities;
  • port areas, marine and other facilities with strict requirements of protection against dust, moisture and corrosion;
  • streets and highways;
  • housing maintenance and utilities objects;
  • greenhouse complexes, etc.

AtomSvet owns manufacturing facilities and produces luminaires since 2009. High quality and reliability of its products are the top priorities for the Company. All products have CE, GS and ENEC certificates issued by a leading certification agency, TÜV SÜD (Germany).

The characteristics of AtomSvet’s products were confirmed by successful operation of its luminaires in facilities with highest requirements to lighting. AtomSvet luminaires illuminate manufacturing facilitates of the world’s largest potassium fertilizer producer Uralkali, OJSC facilities of Rosneft, tunnels and stations of Moscow Subway, warehouse facilities of Philip Morris and many other objects. You can find out more about the major customers of AtomSvet by following the link...

AtomSvet Company owns an in-house Design Department and uses in its products only top-quality components produced by the leading international producers: LEDs produced by Nichia (Japan), Cree (USA) and Seoul Semiconductors (Korea) and optics made of Makrolon LED polycarbonate by Bayer (Germany).

AtomSvet luminaires are equipped with own-produced drivers featuring long service life, as well as short-circuit, pulse noise and up to 1,000 V voltage variation protection, sought-for in industrial applications. To find out more about AtomSvet luminaires’s design please visit…

The combination of energy efficiency and maximum level of protection from adverse effects makes AtomSvet LED luminaires the optimal alternative to gas discharge lamps of any type and thus the optimal option for transition of enterprises of various sectors of economy to energy-efficient illumination.