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Industrial fluorescent lighting

  1. 1. Industrial Fluorescent Lighting <ul><li>Industrial Fluorescent Lighting </li></ul><ul><li>Recent laws have been passed that require all incandescent lights to be replaced by 2010.  Because of this, industrial fluorescent lights are going to play a major role in future lighting design for factories, warehouses, and office parks in need of new architectural area lighting systems.  We strongly recommend that you urge your clients invest in new lights now in order to avoid possible part shortages that could impact those who wait until the last minute.  RLLD Commercial Lighting understands that many of your clients may be reluctant to spend money during a recession.  However, you can overcome their fears by showing your clients the many benefits that industrial fluorescent light fixtures bring to the table.  Helping them understand how this evolving technology can actually help them recession-proof their businesses can function as a pivotal fulcrum that tips negotiations in your favor.  Who wouldn’t want to invest in longer-lasting, energy efficient equipment whose reduced power consumption and lower maintenance cost will compound savings that pay back the value of the purchase order and potentially generates a revenue surplus?  To help you show your clients this kind of savings/reinvestment potential, RLLD Commercial Lighting will provide you with a free photometric analysis of your client’s site.   This schematic will itemize the exact number of industrial fluorescent light fixtures, their necessary CRI and LPW efficiencies, and point-by-point installment points so you can lay proof to your claims directly on the bidding table. </li></ul>
  2. 2. <ul><li>Industrial fluorescent lights last longer than other luminaires. </li></ul><ul><li>Clients who enjoy wasting money on new equipment do not exist in our reality.  People in our world buy things to last, and they expect their money’s worth anytime they spend it.  Industrial fluorescent lighting will prove its value to these frugal clients the minute the lights power one.  Clients will experience a light that is more comfortable to the eyes (generally industrial fluorescent lamps create significantly less glare), and lower electric bills.  This is going to be a major turning point for contractors in cities such as Houston, TX.  The city government here recently toughened up on LPW codes.  In August, the new law mandates no more than.05 watt for ever lumen produced.  With these changes on the near horizon, it is crucial for contractors in Houston and other similar major cities to propose lamps that will generate more light with less electricity.  As a general rule, industrial fluorescent light fixtures feature a superb LPW and offer the additional benefit of cooler operating temperatures.  For warehouses using currently using HID high bay and low bay lights, replacing existing fixtures with fluorescent industrial bay lights can lower the temperature within the building and generate further savings on HVAC cooling costs. </li></ul>
  3. 3. <ul><li>Fluorescent lights are found almost everywhere in the world of industry and distribution. </li></ul><ul><li>Fluorescent industrial lights occupy the unique position of being some of the most diversified and versatile lighting sources in the world.  You will find industrial fluorescent light sources in almost every indoor and outdoor lighting system.  This is almost universally true in material handling, manufacturing, and shipping receiving companies who have to squeeze every penny on overhead to turn a profit.  Because industrial fluorescent lights render color at only 8 points less than that of natural light, fluorescent low bays are an excellent line item to propose to any client that needs a better light source over an assembly line or work area characterized by highly detailed work or potentially dangerous tasks.  For industrial site lighting, fluorescents perform competitively against a large percentage of HID area lights.   In today’s energy and environmentally conscious marketplace, you see everything from industrial fluorescent bollards and decorative landscape lights to powerful fluorescent floodlights linked to motion detectors and advanced alarms.  Warehouses commonly use industrial fluorescent wall packs for glare free, economic lighting around building perimeters and loading docks.  Canopy lights with fluorescent lamps also serve as highly efficient and vandal-proof fixtures for industrial walkway lighting and parking garage lighting. </li></ul>
  4. 4. <ul><li>Fluorescent fixtures produce a higher quality of light than ever before. </li></ul><ul><li>The stereotype of industrial fluorescent lights as headache generators have long since been overcome and disproven by newer, superior ballast technology that has made fluorescent light itself free of any flickering or yellowing effects such as those seen by their primitive forerunners of the past.   Today’s fluorescents produce a comfortable, white, glare-free luminance that is easy on the eyes and fits hand in glove with glare and light pollution regulations.  It is important to explain to your clients the differences between cheap, retail fluorescents that use inferior ballasts and specification grade industrial fluorescent fixtures.  The all-American-made, specification quality fixtures that we supply to contractors feature the very best electronic ballasts in a variety of voltages engineered for superior electron flow, power management, exceptional CRI, and photometric delivery power.  This represents the highest level of manufacturing and engineering quality in our industry; which is why so many general contractors and commercial builders rely upon RLLD Commercial as their exclusive vendor. </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>RLLD Commercial Lighting offers complimentary design services to all who purchase equipment. </li></ul><ul><li>We have heavily invested in some of the world’s most advanced lighting design software so that you won’t have to.  This software enables us to take basic raw data pertaining to your client’s facility, input that data into our system, and develop a point-by-point photometric schematic of an entire indoor and outdoor lighting design system.  This schematic will fully address the many dynamics of LPW and light pollution requirements, your client’s budget, projected maintenance costs (if any), and lamp life requirements.  For clients investing in industrial security lights, building lights, or sign lights, knowing the exact number and type of fluorescent fixtures necessary to fulfill luminance requirements can avert over purchasing and present a more streamlined proposal for you to bring to the table.  </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul>