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Title: Industrial Lighting

Industrial Lighting
  • Energy Efficient Indoor Outdoor Industrial
    Lighting Fixtures Will Save You Money.
  • Industrial lighting must be able to accommodate a
    wide variety of needs ranging from warehouse
    lighting to lighting for detailed tasks.
    Industrial lighting must also light areas that
    are light contrasting such as a dark area next to
    a light area. Industrial lighting can have a
    significant impact on employee safety and
    productivity, because an inadequately lit area
    can make it difficult to do a job properly.

  • In order to be cost efficient, industrial
    lighting must have one more quality. It must be
    energy efficient. Industrial lighting is rated
    according the amount of light it puts out, how it
    affects colors in relationship to daylight, and
    how much energy it uses. The goal is to match
    the lighting to the area use.

  • For example, employees assembling computer boards
    need over-the-counter lights that do not create
    any glare. Warehouse configured areas will
    require high intensity lights placed on poles or
    hung from the ceiling. There are different
    industrial lighting lamps and fixtures depending
    on the height of the ceilings. When choosing
    industrial lightings, it is also important to
    keep the maintenance requirements in mind. When
    you buy high quality industrial lights, you will
    be buying lamps with a longer life which equates
    to fewer man hours for changing lamps, bulbs or
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  • Save Time with Commercial Industrial Light
  • In the industrial setting, there are many
    lighting needs. Industrial lighting is not just
    for factory or warehouse floors. Industrial
    buildings are also composed of hallways, aisles,
    offices and computer rooms. Industrial lighting
    is available for each of these areas and also for
    emergency exit and outdoor lighting. When you
    shop for industrial lightings, you will find
    numerous lighting choices including standard and
    pulse start halides, energy efficient
    fluorescents, and lighting which preserve natural
    colors in the environment while making it easier
    for employees to see while working.

  • It is important to buy high quality lighting.
    Cheap lighting will degrade quickly over time,
    putting out less and less lumens. Because the
    degradation occurs over time and the bulbs or
    lamps keep working, you may not even realize the
    industrial lighting is not working at maximum
    efficiency. The best industrial lightings will
    maintain their close to maximum lumens for the
    life of the lamps.

  • Installing the right industrial lighting can
    increase productivity while also decreasing
    utility expenses. These benefits mean you are
    able to increase your profit margin. The many
    different industrial lightings required range
    from high ceiling warehouse lights to task lights
    over work tables which minimize the strobe effect
    found in old-style fluorescent lamps

  • Industrial Lighting Done Right the First Time.
  • Of course, the first step in determining your
    industrial lighting needs is to complete a
    careful design and inventory. By evaluating each
    area where lighting will be installed in terms of
    work area use, you can insure you choose the
    right kind of industrial lightings and fixtures.
    For example, in areas with high moisture content
    you can purchase enclosed lamps which repel damp
  • Commercial Lighting
  • With a better understanding of how industrial
    lighting impacts productivity, it is easy to
    improve your lighting standards. Industrial
    lightings and fixtures are now designed to save
    you money while improving the ability of your
    employees to get the job done right the first
    time. From that standpoint, industrial lighting
    contributes to quality control as much as it
    conserves energy.