Shedding Light on Projected Markings: Understanding the Price of Proactive Lighting Solutions

Shedding Light on Projected Markings: Understanding the Price of Proactive Lighting Solutions

Posted by Gearby Bear on

Of all the safety marking solutions available in the market today, projected line marking has been gaining popularity due to its many advantages over traditional line marking. It offers a more reliable, efficient and cost-effective solution for various types of facilities. However, many clients often ask about the projected marking cost, as they may wonder if it's worth the investment.

The projected marking cost can vary depending on a range of factors, such as the size of the area to be marked, the type of light to be used, and the complexity of the design. Generally, the cost of a system with 2-4 lights, 2 sensors and a custom control panel ranges from £2,000 to £4,000 and it can be higher for larger and more complex projects.

One of the factors that affect the projected marking cost is the type of light used. There are different types of lights available in the market, and they come with varying prices. A basic light can cost as low as £600-800, while a more advanced and sophisticated model can cost over £1,600. The choice of light also depends on the type of surface that will be marked, the level of detail needed, and the environment.

Another factor that affects the projected marking cost is the size of the area to be marked. Larger facilities require more lights, and this means a higher cost. The cost may also increase if the area to be marked has uneven surfaces, corners, and other complexities that require more time and effort to complete.

Lastly, the complexity of the design also affects the projected marking cost. A simple design with straight lines and basic shapes will cost less compared to a more intricate design that requires detailed artwork and customization.

While projected marking cost may seem higher than traditional line marking, it is important to consider the long-term benefits and return on investment. Projected marking is more durable and long-lasting than traditional line marking, which means less maintenance and repair costs in the future. It also offers a more accurate and efficient marking system, reducing downtime and improving safety in the facility.

Overall, the projected marking cost is influenced by various factors. However, it is essential to remember that the investment is worth it in the long run, as it provides a more efficient, accurate, and durable marking solution for your facility. Contact us at Bear Safety for a quote based on your specific needs and requirements.

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