The use case for LED Linear High Bays in manufacturing and industrial spaces

Posted on June 12, 2019

According to the DesignLights Consortium (DLC), high bay lighting refers to any interior lighting where the ceiling height is greater than 25 feet above the floor.  By contrast, low bay lighting refers to any interior lighting where the ceiling height is less than 25 feet. 

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Topics: High Bays, Industrial

Hazardous Location Lighting Guide

Posted on May 01, 2019

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Topics: High Bays, Industrial, Luminaires

Top 5 Benefits Of LED Warehouse Lighting

Posted on April 23, 2019

Warehouse managers may not pay much attention to their overhead lighting. If they can see well enough, they might assume the lighting is doing everything it can and should. But what they may not consider is how much lighting affects their operations, and poor lighting can pose a safety concern.

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Topics: High Bays, Industrial, Luminaires

Javo Beverage sees the light with a new LED upgrade

Posted on April 05, 2019

High-ceiling spaces where lighting is hard to reach are some of the best and most cost-effective applications for LED technology.  No one knows this better than leading coffee, tea, and botanical extract company Javo Beverage and the team at its 240,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Indianapolis.  Following the recent installation of Litetronics LEDs, the plant will now enjoy the benefits of improved lighting quality, long life, and low maintenance for years to come, all while significantly reducing costs.

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Topics: High Bays, Industrial, Luminaires

Energy-Saving Light Bulbs Tough Enough for Poultry Barns

Posted on February 04, 2010

Saving money on utility bills by using energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) can help reduce your operating expenses, but these light bulbs could pose a problem when it comes time to sanitize the barn in between flocks. Standard bare spiral CFLs cannot be exposed to water; otherwise, the electrical circuitry inside the bulb will short out. Many poultry barns unscrew all of the CFLs from the sockets before sanitizing the house, so that the bulbs don’t short out. With 100 or more bulbs in a single barn, this can be a time-consuming process that adds to your labor and maintenance costs.

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Topics: Energy Savings, Industrial