Ovia releases its third, bumper lighting catalogue

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It is just two years since Ovia was launched as an independent lighting organisation and, despite some difficult trading conditions, the company has kept on track with its ambitious plans and continues to exceed expectations with investment in new products, the addition of new team members, and the launch of issue 3 of the Ovia catalogue.

New products and a bumper new catalogue  

Phase 3 of Ovia’s product development programme aims to build on the success of the first two years.  When the company started out, it had the domestic market covered with the products it offered.  Expansion into other sectors was always the aim and Ovia has had some great success, particularly with its commercial and floodlighting products.

At over 400 pages, the new Ovia catalogue boasts an additional 100 pages on the previous edition and will bring to designers, contractors and specifiers a comprehensive product guide covering the entire range on offer.  It includes a raft of brand new additions as well as some improved products, and they are being brought to market on the back of continual engagement with contractors to ensure that the products and solutions they seek are developed and available through the wholesaler.

With the aim of filling any gaps in its portfolio and in response to direct feedback Ovia has had from contractors, the company has added new and improved products to existing categories and introduced some new categories. There are new additions to the domestic, amenity, commercial and utility ranges and Ovia has expanded its floodlighting range to include two new product categories – LED Wall Packs and LED Street Lighting.

Free Lighting Design Service

As part of Ovia’s commitment to deliver a first class service, a dedicated OVIA lighting design service is available, giving contractors access to free lighting design schemes for their commercial projects.  The aim of the free service is to provide expertise in choosing the right products and solutions to create a scheme that meets all the requirements and objectives of the project in question, and that is compliant with all the relevant regulations and standards.

With all the information gathered, including drawings and specifications, a Lighting Design Proposal will be prepared.  A schedule of lighting and lighting controls will be shared with the Ovia internal and external sales team who will prepare a quotation. The Lighting Design Proposal and prepared quotation will be sent back to the Ovia sales team member, and the quote will then either go through the wholesaler of choice, or the enquiry will be directed through one of Ovia’s supporting Elite stockists. If drawings are not available, we do offer site surveys through our external sales team.

A dedicated lighting design page is now available on the Ovia website. This includes an easy to access lighting design files section, where lighting designers can download individual product files.  All the lighting design files have been grouped into categories – commercial, domestic, floodlights, industrial, utility and emergency – with the relevant products listed under the category heading.

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