Retrofitting high bay HID lighting fixtures is challenging for many facility managers, FBOs, etc Many companies have actually lost money due to inferior High Bay Lighting products or poor installation. Your time is best spent running your business, not deciding between induction lighting, flourescent, LED, metal halide, T-5 or T-8 lights.
The wrong decision can actually lead to increased costs. This is the reason so many buildings remain to be retrofitted, “paralysis by analysis”. Contact me today for a free comprehensive energy audit. We will provide energy saving solutions that make sense for you and your bottom line. We research the best High Bay Lighting products and services so that you don’t have to.
Induction lighting for High Bay Lighting is the preferred light source in buildings and areas wherever replacement and maintenance of lights can be difficult. High Bay Lighting areas like parking lots, industrial buildings, cafeterias, gymnasiums, signage, tunnels, cold storage units, bridges, street lighting, roadways, public spaces, etc
Today, as communities and businesses search for ways to reduce energy consumption, Induction Lighting and LED are the two light sources offering real world energy saving potential.
Induction Lighting Advantages
Fixture Lifetime – Induction Lighting is rated at 100,000 hours
Warranty – 10 year manufacturer warranty
Wattages Availability – From 23 watts bulbs up to 400 watts Low Bay and High Bay lighting fixtures
Short ROI – a 2 to 3 year ROI when factoring in energy and maintenance costs. (Without energy rebates or tax incentives)
Area Lighting – Induction Lighting is designed to light large areas like parking lots, factory floor, warehouse space, etc.
Lumen Depreciation – Induction Lighting has slow lumen depreciation (light loss) and can maintain up to 70% of original lumens for 60,000 hours or more.
Proven Technology – Induction Liughting has been in use for many years with proven results
See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 844.53.7767
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