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What Is Retrofit? Advancements in lighting and energy efficiency move a step forward every day. More so now than before, the lighting industry and manufacturers are pushing the envelope and achieving what before was never thought possible. Retrofits consist from new bulbs to complete fixtures that get the most luminosity from your bulbs while saving you energy resulting in lower electricity bills. Changing from four bulbs to two with proper parabolic reflectors will match or increase the area of luminosity while lowering your energy use.

Why Retrofit?: In addition to using less energy and saving tons of money on your utility bill there are added bonuses. The utility Co. along with the United States governments has programs in which large amounts of rebates and tax credits may be available. This allows the project to cost next to nothing allowing resulting in increase savings. Selected manufactures may also introduce a rebate program based on your overall energy savings.

• Energy savings
Lighting retrofits can greatly reduce energy consumption and lower energy bills,
while maintaining lighting levels and quality by upgrading lighting components
to more efficient and advanced technologies. Upgrading technologies can also
offer employees greater control over lighting, allowing for additional energy savings.

• Improved lighting quality
Lighting retrofits can improve lighting quality by targeting problem areas with
specific design considerations to overcome common lighting issues.
Newer technologies also add increased reliability to the lighting system, so fewer short-term lighting-quality issues should arise. These newer technologies often have better lighting-quality characteristics, such as improved color, reduced flicker,
greater light output, etc.

• Reduced maintenance and labor costs
Improvements in lighting technologies have led to increased lifetimes for components
that will result in fewer failures and lengthen the time between maintenance activities.
The implementation of a routine maintenance program in addition to your lighting
retrofit will greatly simplify your maintenance practices and reduce the operational
costs associated with maintaining your lighting systems.

• Pollution reduction
By consuming less electricity, your facility will help reduce the demand and associated
emissions from “off-site” power generation. These harmful emissions include CO2
and other greenhouse gases.

• Green Power systems
For those facilities served by photovoltaic or other green-power systems, efficient
lighting will help limit power demands. Using more efficient lighting will require
less power to be generated, stored, and used to accomplish the same tasks, making
alternative power systems more economically and technically feasible.

Are you using T12 fluorescent lamp technology?
Linear fluorescent lamps are classified by their tube diameter based on a scale of eighths of an inch. For example, a T12 lamp has a diameter of 12/8 or 1.5-inches, and a T8 lamp has a diameter of 8/8 or 1-inch. Lamps have common markings near one of the ends of the tube, where a code indicates the size of the lamp.

T12 lamps are an older technology and should be replaced with T8 lamps in your facility.
T8 lamps provide superior lighting quality and last longer, while improving efficiency by
30%. They also operate on electronic ballasts that are more efficient than older magnetic
ballasts, which are common among fixtures using T12 lamps.

 

 

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310-540-6399 and one of our knowledgeable representative will contact you to answer any questions you may have.

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