Power Plant Facility Lighting

Our power plant lights are DLC Qualified and highly efficient. We have high temperature models rated to replace 400W and 1000W Metal Halide in areas up to 190F.

Power Plant Facilities face a tough task of maintaining safety while decreasing operating costs. With LED power plant facility lighting solutions, you can achieve explosion proof lights that are safe for nuclear power plants and will reduce energy consumption. We offer both indoor and outdoor solutions.

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LED Lighting for Power Plant Facilities

LED power plant lights are not your typical LED lights. These are lights designed to withstand the hot, dusty, moist environments that power plants have. While other LED lights will break down at the extreme temperatures prevalent in power plants, power plant LED lights have a high temperature limit of 190F and can endure temperatures as low as -85F.

They are powerful enough to replace the traditional 400W-1000W HID lamps commonly used in power plant lighting. These lights are also equipped with a safety cable for added security. They also have an IP66 or higher rating which makes them ideal for the heat-filled and steam-filled environments in power plants.

LED power plant lights are also designed for easy installation and can be quickly mounted when required. They also integrate easily with wireless control systems to allow for ease of use as well as energy saving measures. These lights also emit very little heat in temperature controlled environments and contain no toxic substances, which allows for easy disposal.

LED power plant lights are not your typical LED lights. These are lights designed to withstand the hot, dusty, moist environments that power plants have. While other LED lights will break down at the extreme temperatures prevalent in power plants, power plant LED lights have a high temperature limit of 190F and can endure temperatures as low as -85F.

They are powerful enough to replace the traditional 400W-1000W HID lamps commonly used in power plant lighting. These lights are also equipped with a safety cable for added security. They also have an IP66 or higher rating which makes them ideal for the heat-filled and steam-filled environments in power plants.

LED power plant lights are also designed for easy installation and can be quickly mounted when required. They also integrate easily with wireless control systems to allow for ease of use as well as energy saving measures. These lights also emit very little heat in temperature controlled environments and contain no toxic substances, which allows for easy disposal.

Top Benefits of LED Lighting for Power Plants

Better Lighting Distribution

Fluorescent tube-lights generally radiate light in a 306-degree angle over their entire surface. LEDs, on the contrary, radiate their light in a 110-120-degree angle. This means that with fluorescents, only half of the light output is directed downwards towards a task area. The rest of the light is lost to the environment, illuminating areas that do not require lighting.

LEDs radiate all their light downwards. So if, for example, an LED power plant light and a florescent tube both emit 1500 lumens, the fluorescent may only direct 750 of its lumens to the target area while the LED directs all of 1500 lumens to the area.

Fluorescent and HID lamp fixtures normally use hoods or reflectors to mitigate the light loss issue but they still lose a significant amount of their light to diffusion and poor directional control, which greatly reduces their operating efficiency.

When LED retrofits are used in place of these traditional light sources, they deliver high quality light directly to the target area and still increase a power plant's energy savings. LEDS last up to 5 times longer than fluorescent tubes. LEDS also have no ballasts that need replacements since they have built-in drivers to regulate the current. They help reduce a power plant's lighting expenses drastically.

Virtually Maintenance-Free

Proper lighting maintenance is paramount for proper light levels and also helps increase energy efficiency. In large power plants and industrial spaces, a process known as group relamping is carried out to cut down on lighting and labor costs. Group relamping also improves the appearance of the space while minimizing the disruptions of spot relamping.

Group relamping is considered a more economical option to spot relamping if the labor costs required to spot relamp one light fixture minus the labor costs to group relamp one lamp end up being greater than the cost of a new lamp. This essentially means that functioning bulbs can be replaced if the labor savings can offset the higher lamp costs.

The case for group relamping is fuelled by the fact that fluorescents should be changed out at 60%-70% of their lamp life. However, group relamping poses a lot of questions on the sustainability of maintenance schedules for older light sources.

LEDs have no need for these maintenance schedules. Their lamp life is rated at the point where a 30% reduction in light output is experienced. For traditional bulbs, lamp life is rated at the point where half of the bulbs are expected to fail!

For LEDs, relamping schedules should not be expected until the lamps have operated for over 50,000 hours. LED power plant lights do not have a mortality curve like HIDs or fluorescents. LEDs therefore eliminate the need for spot relamping. LED lights will keep generating 70% of their original lumens throughout their lifetimes, unless they have an automatic shut off mechanism.

The maintenance and relamping schedules for LED power plant lights can be optimized by combining them with other operations such as cleaning of fixtures. And even with a 70% lumen output, LEDs do not shift color with time like HIDs.

When it comes to disposal, LEDs pose less of a disposal challenge than fluorescents and HIDs because they have less toxic substances in them. In addition, the number of bulbs being disposed of will be less than for traditional light sources.

The powerful technology driving the expansion of the LED lights market is maturing by the day and its benefits go beyond performance and energy efficiency. Yes, LEDs have extremely long lives hitting ranges of 50,000 to 100,000 hours, but there’s more to them. It is possible that in the future, LEDs will end the age of periodic bulb changes.

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