Emergency Lighting and Guidance System Placement Principles

Home Emergency Lighting and Guidance System Placement Principles

Emergency Lighting and Guidance System Placement Principles

* On Exit Doors

Direction armature should be used on all exit doors on the escape route with the main exit door.


* Outside the Last Exit Door

Emergency lighting fixture should be used outside the last exit doors so that the evacuation does not slow down and those leaving the building do not stay outside in the dark.


* Emergency Lighting in Corridors, Routing Above Door

Direction armature should be used on all exit doors on the escape route with the main exit door.


* At Return Points

If a change of direction is required on the escape route, emergency lighting and directional luminaires should be used here in order not to disrupt the evacuation speed.


* At the Intersection Points of the Corridors

Emergency lighting and directional luminaires should be used to prevent people from colliding at the intersection of corridors.


* Beside Each Lightless Guiding Sign

It should be used with non-illuminated direction signs illuminated from the outside. In the horizontal plane, their distance should be 2 meters.


* Where Floor Level Changes

Emergency lighting fixture should not be used in places where the floor level changes so that it does not get stuck during evacuation.


* On Stairs and Escalators

Emergency lighting and directional luminaires should be used on the stairs and escalators so as not to create shadow.


* Where Fire Extinguishers Are Located

Emergency lighting and directional luminaires should be used where fire extinguishing equipment is located.


* In First Aid Rooms and Where The Materials Are Found

Emergency lighting should be used in places where first aid materials are available for easy access to first aid materials.


* Where the Building Layout Plan Is Located

Emergency lighting fixture should be used in the places where the diagrams showing the building layout are available.


* In elevators

Emergency lighting in elevators and directional luminaires should be used in front of them.


* Disabled and 8 sqm Toilets

Emergency lighting fixtures should be used in disabled toilets and all toilets larger than 8 m2.


* In areas where high danger risk and moving machines are used

Emergency lighting should be used to prevent accidents in areas with high risk of danger and where moving machines operate.


* In Generator and Electric Rooms

Emergency lighting armature should be used in electrical production areas to control and control the electrical system when necessary.


* In Garages

Emergency lighting and directional luminaires should be used for risk-free evacuation in closed garages.


* On Pedestrian Paths

Emergency lighting and directional luminaires should be used for risk-free evacuation on pedestrian roads in the building.


* Where Fire Alarm Button is Located

In places where the alarm button is located, emergency lighting dobby should be used in order to activate the alarm system.