Industrial LED lighting fixtures can provide concentrated, targeted light, delivering directly to the spot where it’s needed. These fixtures increase worker productivity by increasing the visibility and safety of their work environments. They can provide sufficient lighting for factories, warehouses, manufacturing plants, and more.
More energy-efficient than traditional light sources
LEDs are energy-efficient and consume less power levels than conventional HID Light sources. They save as much as 75% (or more) over these traditional light sources while producing high-quality light for the industrial environment. Savings are even more when motion sensors dim the LED Fixture.
The safety aspect of LED lighting is a crucial advantage, as traditional HID bulbs convert 90 percent of their energy into heat. LEDs are also safer. Standard bulbs produce high heat levels, one of the top lighting hazards. On the other hand, LEDs convert most of the energy consumed into light, and very little heat is produced. They are less likely to ignite a fire than HID lights.
LEDS require far less maintenance. It is not uncommon that once a LED Fixture is installed in an Industrial environment for it to run maintenance-free for years. If the environment is dusty, then maintenance crews should clean the fixtures from dust accumulations
They last longer
Industrial lighting fixtures are frequently exposed to harsh operating conditions when operating in industrial settings. These conditions include high ambient temperatures, dirty power, and corrosive atmospheres. As a result, lighting issues can cause safety concerns and production downtime. Fortunately, there are ways to ensure your lights last longer.
Investing in LED lighting is an excellent way to improve the efficiency of your lighting. It means that you will have fewer replacements and maintenance costs. LED lights have an average lifespan of 50,000 hours or more. Compared with the lifespan of HID bulbs, of 15,000 hours, a LED fixture will be maintenance-free through many HID bulb and ballast replacements.
Furthermore, LEDs offer better lighting accuracy. CRI, or color rendering index, starts at 70.
Contain no mercury
If you are considering replacing your fluorescent bulbs or HID bulbs in your industrial facility, consider replacing them with industrial lighting fixtures containing no mercury. These lighting options are more environmentally friendly than other alternatives and offer several benefits, including reduced energy costs, improved color rendering and stability, and instant availability. In addition, these fixtures are compliant with OSHA, FDA, and USDA regulations.
Before deciding which industrial lighting fixtures to replace, it’s essential to understand what mercury is. This substance can be found in fluorescent and HID lamps and should be labeled appropriately to prevent misuse. Marking the lights is a legal requirement in Vermont, which also requires manufacturers to disclose the mercury content of the lamps and other equipment used for manufacturing them.
They are recyclable
The packaging of most lighting products can be recycled through standard recycling programs, but light bulbs must be recycled separately. CFL and fluorescent lamps require special recycling facilities. These can be found at local household hazardous waste collection centers and retailers selling lighting products. Ballasts are also recyclable and may be found in fluorescent and other vapor lamps.
Bulk recycling is available for industrial light fixtures in bulk quantities. This service is best for large projects. Depending on the type of fixture, it may cost more to recycle than an individual bulb. The bulk-recycling fee is calculated by linear foot or weight, depending on the type of fluorescent light. The customer service team is well-trained to work with businesses to ensure the proper disposal of every industrial lighting fixture.
If you wish to donate your old light fixtures, consider donating them to a local nonprofit. For example, the Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity Restore both accept light fixtures. However, ensure that the light fixtures are in good working condition and remove any light bulbs before donating them. Another option is to donate your old light fixtures to a local recycling center. Some recycling centers even take ceiling fans and light fixtures.