What’s the luxmeter for in lighting systems?
Read on to find out and don’t miss the history of our customer Eurogroup S.p.A. that has managed to make more performing maintenance of such plants thanks to this tool.
What is the Luxmeter?
The luxmeter is a portable instrument used for the measurement of brightness, parameter involved in many areas such as environmental lighting, construction, road signs and advertising, safety clothing and horticultural sector, but not only.
It is used both for quality control and maintenance operations and this is well known by our customer Eurogroup S.p.A.
Who is Eurogroup S.p.A.?
Eurogroup S.p.A. operates in the design and construction of electrical and technological systems, telecommunications systems, data networks, security and automation.
The company, projected in the national and international panorama, boasts more than 250 employees and a share capital of € 2,500,000.00.
In 1966 the company was already very promising.
Born to offer a qualitatively competitive response in the field of electrical plant engineering, it already showed much wider development prospects.
The role now held has been conquered over time.
Thanks to a path of continuous growth, the company went from an artisan dimension to a broader, then projecting it into the national and international landscape and making it become, in 1996, Eurogroup S.p.A.
The company stands out for being constantly engaged in the development of innovative sectors such as Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Building Automation.
Plants maintenance: service
Eurogroup s.p.A operates as part of the renovations and maintenance of plant with the Global Service and Facility Management services and guarantees a 24 hours a day and 7 days a week service.
It is precisely in the field of maintenance that S.A.M.A. Italia S.r.l. play a key role.
Measurement of brightness parameters of systems: the role of the luxmeter
For maintenance, it is essential to measure the brightness parameters of the systems.
Eurogroup S.p.A. has, in fact, purchased from us a luxury meter, with the aim of making their work in the field of public lighting more and more performing.
The luxmeter: how the relationship between S.A.M.A. Italia and Delta OHM was born.
Eurogroup S.p.A. has chosen the Delta OHM luxmeter, an instrument used for the measurement of brightness.
It is a parameter involved in many fields such as environmental lighting, construction, road signs and advertising; ideal for quality control and maintenance operations.
Delta OHM is an Italian company specialized in the design, production and calibration of portable, desktop and industrial scientific instruments for the measurement of physical quantities.
The sales network is entrusted to several distributors and S.A.M.A. Italia is an authorized dealers for several years.
The photo on the left was taken during one of the refresher courses, directly done at their headquarters.
This commitment, linked to the rapid response to customers, has allowed us to create a relationship of mutual esteem and to be selected as retailers for the region Tuscany, Marche, Umbria, Liguria, Abruzzo, Veneto, etc.
Your satisfaction is our goal!
Innovation, the ability to work in teams, investment in training and long-term vision are the key principles that guide Eurogroup S.p.A. towards constant growth.
Every satisfied customer is a source of great pride for us, but it is precisely when we are chosen by large companies with high standards, including Eurogroup S.p.A., that we understand we are on the right track.
S.A.M.A. Italia is a dealer of instruments branded Delta Ohm, such as the above mentioned luxmeter, in addition to being a manufacturer of instruments branded SAMA Tools, all available on our website!
Would you like more information or assistance?
If you are looking for information on a specific model of luxmeter or would like to know more, contact our technical department.
You can call us at 0584/392342 – 0584/392453 or, alternatively, fill in the online form to contact us in writing.
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