The Chicago company provided runway lights to Atlanta International
Multi Electric Mfg. closed out 2016 by providing LED airfield ground lighting solutions to the world’s largest airport in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Chicago company provided Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with both inset and elevated LED runway lights for the touchdown zone (LIRZ), runway entrance (LITG), runway centerline and rapid exit taxiway (LIRL), and runway edge, threshold and end (LERE).
Atlanta International has been the world’s busiest airport for passenger traffic since 1998, and the busiest for airplane takeoffs and landings since 2005. Most of its flights — about 1 million per year — are domestic to the U.S.
The airport’s choice of LED represents a global trend away from halogen toward longer-lasting, more energy-efficient technology.
OCEM, the group that comprises Multi Electric Mfg., has invested heavily in researching ways to achieve maximum energy savings with LED, achieving reductions in energy consumption of more than 76 percent compared to fully halogen systems.
Multi Electric Manufacturing, Inc.
The Quality Approach of Airfield Lighting
Multi Electric Mfg. Inc. was founded in 1917 as a manufacturer of lighting equipment and accessories. In the early fifties, Multi Electric became involved in Airport Lighting and has become a standard for innovation, quality, reliability and safety. Since that time, we have been working with various government and federal agencies including FAA, the US Air Force and the US Navy.
In April of 2001, Multi Electric Manufacturing, Inc. became part of OCEM Group headquartered in Bologna (Italy).
Our equipment is installed at air carrier, general aviation and military airports in the United States and throughout the world.