Perfectly illuminated with Kummler+Matter EVT floodlighting systems for every surface: Kummler+Matter EVT has the required know-how and more than 40 years of experience to provide even the largest areas with consistent illumination. For reliable, energy-efficient and forward-looking lighting solutions.
Special floodlighting systems are needed to bathe large areas in glistening light. The requirements for floodlighting systems are complex and the construction of these systems is challenging. Factors such as the area to be illuminated or the angle of dip of the light play an important role in planning. Especially when it comes to lighting sports fields, the demands on the quality of the lighting are very high. Kummler+Matter EVT has been designing floodlighting systems for large sports fields, industrial halls, sports stadiums and facilities for over 40 years. Interdisciplinary knowledge of civil engineering and mast construction, mechanics and statics makes it possible to work very efficiently. The specialists develop overall concepts and design the entire system; starting with the power supply from the grid, through to lighting support structures such as masts and cable supports as well as the lighting medium.
Demand-oriented services, from individual packages to complete solutions - individual and flexible
- Resources (personnel,
- vehicles, call-out service)
- Cable pulling
- Civil engineering
- Street lights/masts and
- corresponding checks and
- Smooth overall planning and implementation of public lighting projects - from simple projects to comprehensive, complex undertakings.
- Experts from all areas work hand-in-hand at Kummler+Matter EVT: electrical engineers, structural engineers, civil engineers and experienced network electricians. Laborious coordination activities can therefore be dispensed with - Kummler+Matter EVT takes care of everything for you.
- Kummler+Matter EVT has all of the machines, equipment and vehicles needed in its own inventory - from telescopic lifting platforms to cable pulling equipment and temporary emergency power generators.