Point lighting corporation was founded in 1993 by a group of airfield lighting professionals dedicated to the values of service, quality and expertise in the fields of aviation obstruction lighting and airfield lighting.
Products and services
- Certified FAA Lighting Manufacturer
- ISO 9001: 2015 Registered
- ETL, UL, ABS, IECEx & ATEX Listed Manufacturer
- ARRA & Made in USA Qualified Manufacturer
- Heliport & Offshore Marine Helideck Lighting
- Aviation Obstruction Lighting Systems
- FAA Certified Wind Cones & Airfield Lighting
- Certified Builder of Industrial Control Panels
Point Lighting Corporation offers visual navigational aids and technical advice to consultants, industrial plants, airports and contractors with quality products sold through electrical distributors and representatives. Point Lighting uniquely combines in one company years of experience in aviation lighting manufacturing, marketing and international sales. The company has special expertise in application engineering for heliport and offshore helideck lighting projects including hospitals, oil rigs and marine vessels. Also aviation obstruction lighting systems for cell towers, wind turbines, tall buildings and major industrial sites.
Point Lighting Corporation also manufactures airfield lighting products and exports 60% of its sales. Point Lighting Corporation products are Made in USA and certified to FAA, ICAO, ATEX, IECEx, CE, CSA and numerous other applicable standards of safety and quality. Upon request, reference lists of Point heliport lighting, offshore helideck lighting and obstruction lighting projects will be furnished.
The Point Lighting Corporation manufacturing plant is located in Bloomfield, CT north of Hartford. The two buildings are joined by an enclosed ramp for a total of 48,000 square feet.
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Point Lighting Corporation personnel will assist customers and their agents in the design of lighting layouts, equipment selection and specifications. In all cases, this represents our interpretation of applicable standards and common practices. No fee is charged for these opinions. Final equipment selection is the responsibility of the end user and to comply with all applicable laws and codes and to ensure proper installation.