Industrial Lighting Los Banos CA

Industrial lighting brings innumerable, indispensable benefits to any organization. First and foremost among these benefits are energy efficiency and safety. Proper illumination of factories, warehouses, docks, and parking lots provides employees with carefully calculated levels of light optimized to help them work and move about without injury.

Pacific Event Lighting
(800) 757-7216
7350 Hazeltine Ave
Van Nuys, CA
 
A Point Lighting Inc.
(415) 587-8880
5234 Mission St
San Francisco, CA
 
Mars Lighting & Design
(415) 558-1500
185 Arkansas Suite C
San Francisco, CA
 
The Home Lighter Inc
(831) 655-5500
2034 Sunset Dr
Pacific Grove , CA
 
Energy Solutions Lighting
(510) 782-7001
2613 Barrington Court
Hayward, CA
 
One Source LED Lighting, LLC.
(530) 626-8467
PO Box 583
Coloma, CA
 
Talbott Electric Inc.
(626) 798-1105
1887 E Washington Blvd
Pasadena, CA
 
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(951) 901-9063
25795 Jefferson Ave. Ste. 130
Murrieta, CA
 
PearlLED
(707) 535-9431
6085 State Farm Drive
Rohnert , CA
 
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5729 Sonoma Drive H
Pleasanton , CA
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Industrial Lighting

Industrial lighting brings innumerable, indispensable benefits to any organization. First and foremost among these benefits are energy efficiency and safety. Proper illumination of factories, warehouses, docks, and parking lots provides employees with carefully calculated levels of light optimized to help them work and move about without injury. This light should be sourced from the most energy saving industrial light fixtures possible, and ideally, these fixtures should be American made, built to last, and warranted in writing to cover all possible contingencies related to maintenance and replacements down the line.

If workers stand or move in dark spots or shadows, it s time to invest in new industrial lights to make sure they can see what they are doing. This will have the immediate, secondary effect of improving overall site security. Well positioned outdoor industrial lighting with motion sensors can build a perimeter of light that maintains the security of your facility. RLLD Commercial Lighting has a wide selection of industrial floodlights, wall packs and spotlights that integrate seamlessly into all of the major security systems in today s manufacturing environment.

To know which industrial lights your clients need, you have to first perform (or have performed for you) a very systematic and thorough photometric analysis of the facility and surrounding acreage. Walkways, parking lots, shipping docks, storage space, building exteriors, and landscapes all require different levels of light. Only with a point by point schematic of the site can you determine the exact number of fixtures to install, where to position them, and what types to propose.

Being methodical in these early planning stages will pay off when you get to the negotiating table, because your streamlined proposal will stand out from those of your competitors who did not take the time to weigh all of these factors and proposed either too many fixtures, or industrial fixtures that are bright, but do not offer the very best possible LPW rating. With RLLD Commercial Lighting as your design services support, domestic lighting equipment vendor, you can propose the best and brightest options to any application you encounter in the marketplace. These applications include, but are not limited to:

Sports Lighting

Industrial Parking Garage Lights

Industrial Parking Lot Lighting

Automobile Dealership Lighting

Mall Parking Lights and Lighting Poles

Equestrian centers and Racetracks

Industrial Parks

Interior Office Lighting

Municipal Park Lighting

Industrial Warehouse and Factory Lights (Both indoor and outdoor)

Security Lighting

Roadway & Street Lighting

Architectural Area Lighting

Finding the best energy saving options for your client means determining which lamping option saves your client the most money on power costs without sacrificing vertical or foot candle levels. The key to accurately determining this lies in calculating the necessary level of lumens versus the amount of energy the lamp you have in mind consumes. The location, size, and purpose of your client’s facility will provide the critical data you need for these calculations. Halogen lamps produce a wide, intense beam spread and work very well in parking lots, building loading docks, and exterior walkways. Fluorescent lamps proliferate the ceilings of warehouses and factories, utilizing gas vapor, electronic ballasts, and energy saving engineering designs that help companies reduce power costs. Rapidly evolving LED technology is rapidly overtaking both, and may soon rival, if not out compete all together, even the brightest of HID in the near future.

Once you have pinpointed a lamping option, it is now much easier to select from any number of fixture designs we have available. Industrial lighting manufacturers make fixtures for all indoor and outdoor environments, and they design these fixtures to mount on the sides of walls, below overhangs, on poles, on ceilings, and even on hand held mounts for portable industrial lighting uses. Interior, exterior, and portable industrial lighting fixtures vary considerably in size according to the specific tasks they support and general environment they are meant to illuminate. Some industrial lights work best when networked in a series, while others work better as standalone fixtures.

Of course, performing all the necessary photometric calculations for an indoor/outdoor industrial lighting system, and developing a point by point installation plan, can be a laborious task to work out manually even for a large organization with substantial human resources. Smaller contractors and sole proprietor electrical design and lighting specialists have little, if any time, to do all this math and run their businesses at the same time. This is why most RLLD Commercial Lighting as spent the money on the world’s most advanced industrial lighting design software so local businesses and family owned companies can call us and avail themselves of the same sophisticated tools that only their largest rivals can afford. Working with an RLLD Commercial Lighting specialist helps a small company think big and operate big, and it levels the playing field between corporations and entrepreneurs like few other competitive advantages do.

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