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Using Inductive Fluorescent For Hazardous Area Lighting
What Could Be Better Than LED?
LED continues to grow as a great alternative for energy efficient lighting, especially in sensitive hazardous ares. But the prices of LED still remain quite high, so I wanted to introduce you to another option for lighting hazardous areas in your facility. While the LED is a great option it is by no means the only one.
This in my mind is just one of the cooler technologies. It blends the lamp life of LED with the reliability and cost effectiveness of Fluorescent. Inductive Fluorescent lighting is actually an older technology that was never economical until the advancements in LED driver technology made leaps and bounds.
More Options beyond Metal Halide and T5 HO?
A little over a month ago I published an article where we compared 400W Metal Halide lighting to T5 HO Fluorescent high bays.
Energy Efficient Automotive Dealership Gets Headlines
Hovey Electric, a Energy Efficiency Services contractor recently completed a major Energy Efficiency project for Crippen Automotive in Lansing, MI.
Lighting Systems Upgrades Provide Quickest Energy Efficiency Savings
We have found consistently that one of the most cost-effective, quickest energy improvements buildings can undertake are lighting retrofits.
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