Discover how our Skate Park Lighting options can reduce overhead, improve visibility, and reduce costs. We offer both indoor and outdoor options.
Skate parks, both indoor and out, require quality lighting to maintain a safe and secure area that will reduce potential accidents, thus reducing liabilities. Our quality LED sport skate park lights ensure quality light is always available, day, night, or inside a building.
LED Outdoor Fixtures for Skate Parks
LED Indoor Fixtures for Skate Parks
Skatepark LED Lighting
Whether you need indoor skate park lighting or for an outdoor public skate park, our LED skate park lighting fixtures will work. We have fixtures that can withstand any conditions, from the outdoors to the heat, cold, to extreme weather conditions.
In addition, by using LED technology a skate park can gain many benefits. These benefits of LED include major energy savings, rebates, improved illumination, and lower maintenance costs. Over time, an LED lighting system in skate parks will save more than any other lighting system by a substantial amount.
Outdoor skate parks should be lit so that foot candle readings are between 10 and 20. This ensures a bright, safe and inviting area for skate boarders to practice.
Solving SkatePark Lighting with Optics
One issue with lighting up skate park lighting is the location of the poles. The poles are have to be installed on the perimeter to ensure an unobstructed pathway for skaters and bmx riders. This means you have to use lighting with either optics or flood lighting to focus the light on hard to reach areas.
To solve this, we have a series of outdoor fixtures with "Forward Throw Optics", as well as flood lights with tight beam angles. They distribute the majority of the light far from the base of the pole. This allows for the lights distribution to go where its needed, lighting up the park.
Skate and bmx parks are susceptible to many potential accidents - especially for those on a skateboard or bike and spectators. With quality lighting & better visibility, this allows for improved safety for all riders. In addition, proper illumination and design can deter crime; providing a safer place for community skaters and meets any standards.