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LED supplier for the professional market

Everlumen products are sold through wholesalers and installers.

Energy Efficient

  • Less heat, less need for cooling

  • Less power

  • More light

  • Longer lifetime

Green Light

  • Lower energy usage

  • Less greenhouse gases

  • No mercury

  • 100% recyclable

Lower Cost

  • Lower electricity bills

  • Fewer replacements

  • Less maintenance

  • Less need for cooling

  • Immediate pay back

1. Lower Cost

2. Environmental Friendly

3. Energy Efficient

Helping you saving cost

The light-emitting diode (LED) is one of today's most energy-efficient and rapidly-developing lighting technologies. 


Quality LED lights last longer, are more durable, and offer comparable or better light quality than other types of lighting.

Energy Efficiency Directive

The EU is aiming for a 20% cut in Europe's annual primary energy consumption by 2020.


The Commission has proposed several measures to increase efficiency at all stages of the energy chain: generation, transformation, distribution and final consumption.

Green Light

Energy Efficient

Reduced Cost

Less heat, More Light, Lower Cost, Increased Profit.

Green Light It is common knowledge that lower energy usage makes LED lighting better for the environment, but it's a very green technology in other ways as well. Since very little heat is produced, it can reduce interior temperatures by 1-2 degrees, lowering air-conditioning costs and CO2 emissions. LED lighting is also much safer for the environment because it is mercury-free. In other words, LED lamps are the greenest and most environmentally-friendly source of light on the market.


Efficiency LEDs are extremely energy efficient and consume up to 90% less power than incandescent bulbs. 


Because of the low power usage of LEDs, they are becoming extremely popular for light sources in remote areas that use solar panels.


Reduced Cost - Increased Profit LEDs use less than 50% of the energy of incandescent lights resulting in a dramatic decrease in power costs. Also, money and energy is saved in maintenance and replacement costs due to the long LED lifespan.


Although LEDs have a higher initial cost than incandescent and compact fluorescent light bulbs, the cost is quickly recouped over time in lower electricity costs. I.e. installing LED tubes in a 24-hrs open shop will be recouped within 12 months.


Most LEDs have a lifespan of more than 50,000 hours compared to 1,500 hours for incandescent bulbs. An LED light will last over 7 years (constant use) before needing replacement. On average, LED bulbs last 10 times as long as compact fluorescent bulbs, and 133 times longer than typical incandescent bulbs. Long lifespan of LEDs will dramatically reduce maintenance costs and lower long-term operating costs compared to traditional incandescent and fluorescent tubes.

LED lifespan scenarios:


  • 50,000 hours powered 4 hours/day  = 34 year lifespan

  • 50,000 hours powered 8 hours/day  = 17 year lifespan

  • 50,000 hours powered 24 hours/day=  6 year lifespan


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