Structural Analysis of Lighting Columns

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About Us.

Rei Lux UK Ltd provides reliable structural analysis of street lighting columns using patented non destructive testing (NDT) methods in accordance with BS EN 40 standards throughout England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Eire.

Our Capability.

The 3D measuring technique enables us to identify issues caused by insufficient backfilling around the column, material failure due to corrosion or crack formation, incorrectly fitted or corroded bracket arms and swage joint or multi-step joint failure.

Our Procedure.

The test machine slowly applies a pre-calculated test load to the column and then releases it. Lasers on the column allow software to analyse its response. Static (slow release) and Dynamic (immediate release) tests allow analysis of the entire structure.

Our Applications.

We can test steel, aluminium, concrete and FRPC lighting columns. The column's suitability for replacement LED luminaires or the addition of banners, hanging baskets, CCTV cameras, seasonal decorations, etc can also be tested.

Our Approach.

We aim to continually improve our services. We regularly review our Operational, Health & Safety, Environmental and Quality Assurance policies, procedures and working practices. We will always strive to be the best in class.

Our Clients Include…

Balfour Beatty, Bay Media, Crown Highways, Cumbria County Council, Gwynedd Council, Oxford City Council, St. Helens Metropolitan Borough Council, Scottish Borders Council, Sefton Council and Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council.


Apt. 12, Wilmslow View
Henbury Road, Handforth
Cheshire, SK9 3PJ

Call Us Now!

Dean Naylor: 07795 117 386

Company Information.

Registration No.: 9302460
V.A.T. Registration No.: 199 9255 33

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