Long-lasting, cost-efficient and shock resistant - these are the features that meet the requirements of industrial customers. In addition comes the request for increased light intensity. It is also important to have flicker-free and uniform illumination indoor to ensure reduced strain to the eye and that the work can proceed smoothly.
LED lighting usage is expanding in health care facilities because it provides longer life, lower heat output and greater design flexibility than traditional lighting. What's more, LED is being integrated into building automation systems, and provides dimming and sensing control options.
It is crucial to have sufficient illumination for patient diagnosis, exams and surgical procedures. Also, hospital rooms need to offer versatile lighting capabilities for patient comfort.
A retail store is truly a unique interior environment. Beyond an intricate architectural space, it is a merchandising arena where products can be enhanced
through lighting, fixturing, signage and displays. In addition, it is the execution of the brand promise to the consumer at the store level.
Lighting plays an important role in the composition of that image as well as in its delivery.
Lighting for merchandise spaces should be considered not just a functional necessity, but a form of visual communication between the retailer and the consumer.
Warehouse & Cold Storage
The use of HID lighting such as Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium is extremely common for high bay applications. However, it presents the business owner with two inherent issues: excessive energy consumption and expensive lighting maintenance. Installing LED lighting technology addresses both of these concerns. With the life expectancy for LED fixtures quickly reaching more than 100,000 hours, maintenance and replacement lamp costs can be kept to an absolute minimum. The average LED fixture uses approximately 80% less energy than its comparable HID fixture.
In addition to the energy and maintenance savings, LED fixtures run extremely cool when compared to Metal Halide. With an average temperature of 450°F, Metal Halides work against the cooling system, causing the system to kick on more often and for longer periods of time. The average temperature of an LED fixture is 78°F, significantly lower then Metal Halide. By switching out traditional Metal Halide fixtures to LED fixtures, you can save up to an additional 30% in cooling costs on top of the energy saved related to lighting.
Covered parking facilities are notoriously difficult areas to light. And even harder to light cost-effectively. Yet lighting is the critical factor when it comes to safety, security and satisfaction. LED-based, the Intelligent Lighting Solution is changing this equation through highly controllable, energy efficient lighting that delivers years of maintenance-free operation in all conditions.
The ability to flexibly dim lighting, harvest daylight and centrally manage fixture settings represent major wins for parking facility owners — eliminating the need to over-light garage space to achieve the desired illumination levels. The Intelligent Lighting System fixtures contain three independently aimed and dimmable LED light bars that provide flexibility to direct lighting where needed, further reducing wasteful over-lighting and reducing unwanted glare.
Offshore & Shipping
Explosion proof LED lights designed specifically to replace conventional lighting in a wide variety of Hazardous Area applications, both indoor and outdoor. Its high luminous Flux, instant illumination, light weight design and versatile mounting options make it ideal for the oilfield, chemical industry, steel industry, power, port, petroleum applications for ATEX and IECEx certificates: Group IIA, IIB, IIC; Zone 1, Zone2; Zone 21, Zone 22; Temperature class: T1 to T6 field Hazardous Area Zones.