Södra Cell in Sweden uses Aura Thermo Long Life
Södra Cell in Mörrum, Sweden, uses Aura Thermo Long Life for their cold premises. «It was originally in conjunction with the need for greater luminous flux from existing light fittings in cold premises. Aura Thermo Long Life fulfilled this need».
The Södra Skogsägarna forest owners cooperative is owned by 52,000 forest owners in southern Sweden. Södra Cell AB is part of the Södra Group and is a world-leading paper pulp supplier with three factories in Sweden and two in Norway. Södra Cell Mörrum, located west of Karlshamn in southern Sweden, produces 425,000 tonnes of paper pulp each year and has 400 employees. A large amount of the paper pulp manufactured here is exported to paper mills in Europe. At these mills the pulp is transformed into paper, which is used in items such as newspapers, books, teabags and serviettes. Other products from Mörrum are green electricity and district heating used to heat homes in the Karlshamn district. This is the result of a major initiative in effective energy management.
Aura Thermo Long Life for cold premises
Jens Nilsson at Södra Cell says. «We use Aura Light’s products to save time and money in places where hoists, mobile cranes or scaffolds are needed to replace lighting. Moreover, the pulp warehouse is difficult to shut down because of constant truck handling of our finished product. It was originally in conjunction with the need for greater luminous flux from existing light fittings in cold (that is, unheated) premises. The Aura Thermo Long Life fulfilled this need. This also gave us a more environmentally friendly alternative, as this product lasts at least 50,000 hours».
Aura Sodinette Long Life an interesting HPS alternative
We have also tested Aura Sodinette Long Life (a discharge lamp with high pressure sodium), which is interesting for us as we also have a large number of high light masts that require mobile cranes for lamp replacements. After the summer of 2008 we will replace some of these lamps with Aura Light’s Long Life products», says Jens Nilsson.