The Australian mining industry's contribution to the economy is now $121 billion a year. In terms of export income, it generates $138 billion per annum, which represents over half (54 per cent) of total goods and services. Across the nation mining employs 187,400 people directly, and a further 599,680 in support industries. The industry spends $35.2 billion on new capital investment, $5.7 billion on exploration, and $4.2 billion on research and development.
In order to contribute our little effort in terms of the mining's maintenance, we highly recommend the Aura long life products because of the following reasons:
Aura Light is a dedicated long life lamp manufacturer in Sweden with many unique lamp types including:
Technilux delivers Aura light solutions through our team of professionals. Extensive lighting and market knowledge enable us to provide innovative lighting solutions for a wide variety of applications thus ensuring that our clients gain the best outcome.
The most expensive aspect of a lighting system is the ongoing use of energy. In general, the lifecycle cost of a lighting system can be divided into 3 parts: 10% for installation and materials, 30% for ongoing maintenance and 60% for energy use. With electricity prices consistently outpacing CPI, the energy component always get bigger. This makes it crucial to get your energy costs down right from the very start. You always have a range of investment options on materials, but a saving of 50% here can be wiped out very quickly with only small changes to energy and maintenance costs. That’s why it pays huge dividends to get your system right from the very start.
Maintenance costs can vary significantly depending on a range of circumstances unique to your installation. Whether maintained by internal staff or external contractors or even a distant property management company, you pay for the maintenance of your lighting system one way or another. This includes the cost of materials (lamps, tubes and ballasts) and the labour time required. Here the cost of labour is the crucial factor when it comes to making savings. Any material gains can be quickly wiped out by a small increase in the labour component. That’s why it pays huge dividends to reduce the labour component of your maintenance requirements right from the very start; even if it means paying more upfront for the materials.
Carbon emissions are directly attributable to your energy use. The factor used to convert electricity into equivalent emissions varies from state to state and from year to year. There is one crucial link here: savings of one is equivalent to savings in the other. Therefore, the more you reduce emissions – the more money you are saving. It’s that simple. There could be any number of reasons why you choose to reduce your carbon emissions, but the result is always the same: a healthier bottom line. We will assist you with a full analysis of the life cycle cost and environmental impact of your lighting system, because it makes sense.