Industrial lighting fixtures, as the name suggests, are lighting fixtures for industrial use scenarios. Common industrial use scenarios include factories, warehouses, workshops, etc. Whether indoors or outdoors, different lighting fixtures are required. So, what are the characteristics of industrial lighting? We can look at them from the following different aspects.
From the perspective of application scenarios, industrial indoor lighting usually needs to adapt to a relatively large space. If we want to illuminate rows of shelves in a warehouse, we usually need more lighting fixtures in addition to a wide range of light projection, and higher power consumption should be allowed. Then cost becomes a very important consideration. Therefore, people have been looking for more economical lighting solutions in these scenarios.
From the perspective of lighting environment, in addition to the general production environment, there are also workshops for producing explosives and storing fire hazards, as well as factories with dusty, humid or high temperature. In these environments, we need to choose lamps with higher safety standards. In explosive and flammable workshops, lamps with high heat generation or poor heat dissipation should be avoided; in dusty or humid factories, we try to use dustproof and waterproof lamps.
When it comes to lighting requirements and needs, we know that the level of illumination required for a general warehouse is different from that of a workshop for precision work. Therefore, industrial lighting solutions depend on specific scenes, environments and needs; we choose lighting fixtures that meet specific needs according to scenes and environments.
Why do we choose LED lighting fixtures over traditional fluorescent, metal halide or incandescent bulbs?
First of all, in terms of cost, LED lights are more energy-efficient and have a longer service life. Not only do they save on electricity bills, they also reduce replacement and installation costs. It is a more cost-effective option.
Secondly, LED lights are green and environmentally friendly. They allow for low thermal and low voltage operating conditions and are safe and reliable for use in harsh environment plants.
In addition, the LED light has high brightness, no flicker, no glare, and good color rendering, which is very suitable for use in precision work workshops.
The advantages of LED lights are far more than these. In order to adapt to different industrial lighting scenarios, LED lights are also made into different lamps. Next, please allow me to introduce several LED industrial lighting fixtures for you to choose from.
LED Industrial Lighting Solutions
1.LED high bay lights
My first suggestion would be LED high bay lights. Some workshops have large spaces and high ceilings, and lights have to be hung 20 or 30 feet off the ground. In order to meet the lighting requirements of the above scenes, a lighting fixture that can provide sufficient illumination is needed, and LED high bay lights are a good choice.
Take the SPARKLED UFO high bay light as an example. Its illuminance output is 32000lm, equivalent to a 600W metal halide lamp, suitable for hanging at a height of 19ft-28ft from the ground. The service life is 50,000 hours, IP65 waterproof, and can adapt to different industrial lighting environments.
2.Outdoor LED flood light
LED flood lights, also called LED security lights, are usually used outdoors, such as outside the workshop. The LED floodlight has high brightness, can illuminate a large area at night, and is durable. Adapt to various harsh environments, safe and reliable lighting at night.
Generally speaking, for home use outside the garage or in the backyard, you can choose a model with relatively low power, such as SPARKLED 20W Outdoor LED Flood Light; while for factory use, you can choose a version with higher power and higher output brightness , a wider range of illumination, such as SPARKLED 100W outdoor LED floodlights.
The above are some common LED lights suitable for industrial lighting. You can choose the right one according to the specific lighting scene and application. Of course, industrial lighting fixtures are much more than that.
Post time: Feb-10-2023