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Germany Ulm – Freiburg area



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USA East region


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All Urban

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Spain Headquarters

Parc de Belloch. Ctra. C251, km. 5,6 La Roca del Valles, Catalonia, Spain


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Commercial network


Crown Classes

Zone 1 (-45)
Zone 2 (-45/-40,1)
Zone 3 (-40/-34,5)
Zone 4 (-34,4/-28,9)
Zone 5 (-28,8/-23,4)
Zone 6 (-23,3/-17,8)
Zone 7 (-17,7/-12,3)
Zone 8 (-12,2/-6,7)
Zone 9 (-6,6/-1,2)
Zone 10 (-1,1/+4,4)

Protocols and control

All our elements can be controlled remotely, both individually and as a group, using the most standardized control systems. This considerably reduces energy consumption and eliminates light pollution. We adapt our products to protect biodiversity and respect circadian cycles, eliminating harmful wavelengths. Our light fixtures follow the American standard IESNA LM80 and TM21.

Self-managed individual control programmed prior to installation. Suitable for projects that will use the same pattern throughout their useful lives, it includes up to 5 steps of automatic control with a geolocation system to define real night cycles.

Manual control of each light fixture. Suitable for projects that must coexist with other lighting technology. Programmed prior to installation, it can operate with analog dimming systems (phase cut/TRIAC).

Optional function parallel to the programming that can maintain constant lighting levels across the useful life of the installation, increasing the power of the light fixture proportionally with the depreciation of the LED. Our standard programming is 0h 80%; 60,000h 100%.

Optional automatic protection to protect the integrity of light components. It monitors the maximum temperature, reducing flux until an acceptable value is restored.

Protectors against surges caused by electrical storms. Dimensioned for a maximum discharge current of 10kA.

One-way analog communication protocol that uses a signal of between 1 or 0 and 10 V to provide remote linear control of the luminous flux between 10% or 0% and 100%.
The standard programming is: Vi ≥ 8V - 100%; Vi ≤ 1V - 10%.

Two-way digital communication protocol (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) for grouping, controlling and shutting off light fixtures, using 8-bit resolution with 254 steps and receiving status information for maintenance.

Lighting classification

Degree of protection of light fixtures against the penetration of solids and liquids.
IEC 529 - EN 60529 Standard.

(First digit – Solids / Second digit – Liquids)

5. Protected against dust penetration.
5. Protected against jets of water.

6. Hermetically protected against dust.
5. Protected against jets of water.

6. Hermetically protected against dust.
6. Protected against sea swells and similar.

Degree of protection against mechanical impacts provided by the enclosure.
In accordance with EN 50102.
IK08 (0.5 J), IK09 (1 J), IK10 (2 J).

Functional insulation in all its parts and ground connection.

Double reinforced insulation to avoid voltage in exposed metal parts.

Product Certifications

All our products comply with applicable European Directives and Standards, authorizing free circulation within the European Economic Area (EEA). We also comply with the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive and the Low Voltage Directive. We certify with ENAC-accredited external laboratories.

The certification guarantees the design, testing, evolution, manufacturing and assembling of approved products, in accordance with the applicable safety standards in the U.S. and Canada. Our light fixtures are classified according to the UL Standards for different environments.

We comply with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive for electrical and electronic components. We also comply with the Waste Directive (RAEE/WEEE) for respectful waste management.

All of our wood products comply with the Chain of Custody Certifications granted by non-profit organizations, the Forest Stewardship Council and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest. We certify both sources through accredited external entities, ensuring the supply contributes to maintaining biodiversity, productivity and ecological processes, benefits local populations and society, and does not profit at the expense of forests, ecosystems and society.

The Cradle to Cradle certification promotes the creation of responsible products. It exhaustively and rigorously verifies the useful life of products, following social and environmental best practices. It takes into consideration materials, manufacturing, processes, transport and end of life, among many other factors.

This approval ensures compliance with the requirements of the WRAS Regulations and Standards, which aim to prevent the waste, misuse, illicit consumption and contamination of the water supply.

Warranty of five years for electronic components and three years for all other elements.
Unauthorized manipulation of light fixtures or any of their components will result in a loss of warranty.

Belloch Forestal Nursery

Our nursery intends to offer woodland and urban plant elements, selected with well-reasoned criteria, which can be demonstrated by empirical experience, and with a holistic perspective on the best choices in urban forestry. The Belloch Forestal nursery catalog meets careful selection criteria that cover flexibility, resilience and adaptation, green infrastructure, human health, efficiency and the capturing of contaminants.

Despite the fact that they are more artificial, cities can be considered as an ecosystem that has specific requirements and conditions. Trees and plants in the Belloch Forestal nursery can adapt to this ecosystem to a greater or lesser extent, depending on their ability to tolerate the various environmental factors, providing environmental richness and shelter for urban biodiversity.

The Canon de Belloch is the result of an ambitious scientific study conceived to determine the optimum tree planting for our cities in the Iberian Peninsula, based on a holistic perspective. It is not only a question of previously unstated scientific curiosity, but it also exemplifies the social commitment of Belloch Forestal to promoting the best offer for all.

Through socio-environmental services, roadside trees are a valuable, necessary element in the urban environment. When selecting them, in our nursery, we consider whether they can adapt to a changing, demanding environment, how easy they are to maintain, minimizing possible risks caused by poor selection, cultivation or implantation.

Our environmental commitment drives us to innovate in sustainable projects. At Belloch Forestal, we grow our trees in AirPots®, considering their growth and the risks involved in incorrect implantation in the city. We investigate pest ecosystems and integrated ground cover plants to avoid herbicides or pesticides in our nursery and in the city. We explore species in similar climates to choose plants and trees with benefits that are suitable for our urban ecosystems. We look after the biodiversity on our land, and we manage the woody area around it responsibly.

Canon de Belloch

The Canon de Belloch is the result of an ambitious scientific study conceived to determine the optimum tree planting for our cities in the Iberian Peninsula, based on a holistic perspective. It is not only a question of previously unstated scientific curiosity, but it also exemplifies the social commitment of Belloch Forestal to promoting the best offer for all.

The Canon’s catalogue has been selected from an initial list of 115 species commonly used for linear tree planting in cities in our geographical and climatic context. The desire to limit the number of species reflects a commitment to establishing a true priority list, whilst maintaining a reasonable diversity of botanical statures, morphologies and taxa.

The species included in the catalogue combine a series of contrasting attributes that make them particularly interesting on account of their overall capabilities, performance and tolerance to the urban environment. Does this mean to say that a species that is not in the Canon is not recommended for linear tree planting? Not necessarily. In this respect, the Canon has no dogmatic pretensions. In the future, it may be subject to revisions and/or extensions given that there are still numerous knowledge gaps to be filled and potential new species to consider for evaluation.

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