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What are Walk-in Low Temperature LED Lights?

These LED Lights are designed to work in cold temperatures. LED lights work extremely well in cold temperatures and the cold temperatures will even extend their life. You can choose between food-grade NSF fixtures or vapor-tight / canopy fixtures that are ceiling mounted. And unlike fluorescent tubes that take a long time to 'warm up' in the cold, LED lights are instant on and instant off.

We offer some vapor-proof fixtures rated to -22F and -40F. We also have NSF fixtures rated to -40F. But, in general, LEDs love the cold and their life is extended working in cold temperatures.

We offer Walk-In LED Cooler Lights with motion sensor options. So if this is a need, let us know and we can find the right option for your needs.

Do I Need NSF Fixtures for My Cooler?

You do if food preparation work is being done inside the cooler area. Your local health department will be able to tell you if areas in your facility need NSF fixtures.

What are the Best Low Temp LED Lights for Walk-in Coolers?

There is no best fixture for walk-in coolers as every fixture is different and has specific uses. Let us know what your requirements are, and we will offer you several options that might work best for you.

How Many Lights Are Needed for a Walk-in Cooler?

Walk-in cooler lighting requirements depend on the purpose of the cooler. Coolers used as storage areas need a lot less light than coolers that are used for work processes, but light sources shouldn’t have an efficacy of fewer than 40 lumens per watt or should turn off within 15 minutes of last use.

In general, 50-foot candles should be the target for food preparation areas. 20-foot candles for support rooms (wash areas) and 10-foot candles for storage areas.

What is the Best Color Temperature for Walk-in Cooler Low Temperature Lighting?

We recommend either 4000K or 5000K. 5000K is the most popular option for walk-in coolers. We also offer color-adjustable lighting so you can decide after you purchase. These lights have an onboard toggle switch so you can choose the best color temperature that works best inside your facility.

Is Wet Location Lighting Required for a Walk-in Cooler?

Yes, we would recommend this, since coolers also tend to be damp and subject to wash downs. All our NSF Walk-In LED Cooler Lights including vapor proof, low bay, and high bay fixtures are IP65+ rated.

Do Vapor Tight Walk-in Cooler Lights Protect Against Water Vapors?

Water vapors are not particularly harmful. So if that is what you are protecting against, then look for an IP-rated fixture. A lot of lights in cooler and refrigerated areas are exposed to harmful vapors that could shorten the life of the fixture.

How to Install LED Walk-in Cooler Lights

There is nothing difficult about installing an LED light inside a cooler. Any qualified installer can follow the instructions provided with each fixture.

Wiring is simple. There are only 3 wires to connect to the electrical circuit – line, neutral, and ground.

We offer hook mount, pendant mount, and surface mount options.

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