Siemens Flow Instruments puts its trust in sustainable lighting solutions from Osram at its new headquarters in Sønderborg


The newly constructed expertise centre of Siemens Flow Instruments in the Danish city of Sønderborg consists of a modern test centre, production bays and a management building located on around 7600 square metres. Innovative, sustainable indoor and outdoor luminaires and lighting control options from Osram Lighting Solutions ensure high lumen-output, efficient and durable lighting that meets the high standards of the global company in every way.

"Thanks to its extensive level of expertise in all applications and its correspondingly large and diversified portfolio of products, Osram offers ideal solutions for the complete spectrum of lighting needs in industrial companies – from a single source and also custom-designed or modified if required," stated Alexander Romanschtschak, Business Segment Manager for the industrial sector. "We specified optimum luminaires and light control solutions that comply with maximum photometric standards for the new building in Sonderburg in close cooperation with the lighting designers (Sweco Dänemark), architects (Arkitema, Aarhus) and electrical contractors (Haderslev El-teknik)."

Ceiling-recessed Compact downlights with symmetric wide light distribution and Siteco Louvre Luminaire M luminaires (installed specifically for the standard-compliant lighting of VDU workstations) provide bright, pleasant light atmospheres in the offices and conference rooms. Corridors, hallways and stairways are also illuminated with Compact downlights. The Modario trunking system generates extremely uniform and highly reliable lighting with high visual comfort in the production areas. Modario trunking also has a modular concept that enables flexible, individual configurations. Intelligent DALI-based light control with motion- and daylight detection ensures light precisely according to needs and energy-efficient utilisation of light in the building.

DL 20 outdoor luminaires support safe orientation near to the building and on parking lots, and SiCompact projectors mounted directly on the building facades provide further attractive orientation points for visitors and employees. These luminaires with horizontal light emission aperture feature a sophisticated optical system of lenses and photometric enclosure that minimises both glare and light spill.



OSRAM with headquarters in Munich, Germany is a globally leading lighting manufacturer with a company history of around 100 years. The product spectrum contains high-tech applications based on semiconductor technologies such as infrared and laser. Products are used in a wide variety of applications ranging from virtual reality, autonomous driving and mobile phones to networked, intelligent lighting solutions in buildings and cities. The company is global technology and market leader in the automotive lighting technology sector. OSRAM had approximately 24,600 employees around the world in continued business sectors (without Ledvance) with turnover of 3.8 billion euros to the end of the 2016 fiscal year (30 September). The company is listed on the Frankfurt am Main and Munich stock exchanges under WKN: LED 400 (stock exchange symbol: OSR). For further information, see