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What are LED Factory Lights?

Factories are more demanding than normal commercial spaces. The lights needed must also match these areas. Factory lighting fixtures should be robust and impact-resistant. Some factories might need high-temperature lighting or explosion-proof lighting installed in hazardous areas.

We offer Industrial Grade LED Fixtures for Factories and Manufacturing plants that are:

  • powerful with low energy consumption
  • robust, impact-resistant
  • waterproof
  • high temperature rated
  • explosion proof rated

OSHA, ANSI, and IES Foot Candle Requirements for Factory Lighting

Here are the OSHA requirements for a factory:

  • Offices and first-aid stations: 30-foot candles
  • General shops and construction plants: 10-foot candles
  • General construction areas, warehouses, walkways, and corridors: 5-foot candles
  • Belowground work areas: 5-foot candles
  • Loading platforms, waste areas, field maintenance areas, and active storage areas: 3-foot candles

Here are the ANSI and IES requirements, for conversion to foot candles:

  • Areas not used for visual tasks: 10-20 foot candles
  • Areas used for large-scale visual tasks / high contrast requirements: 20-50 foot candles
  • Areas used for small-scale visual tasks / medium contrast: 50-100 foot candles
  • Spaces used for very small-scale visual tasks / low contrast: 100-200 foot candles

Best Types of LED Industrial Lights for a Factory or Manufacturing Plant

There is no one best type of light, but there is the best light suited for your specific application. And that’s where we can help. We have been recommending lights for applications for 10+ years. We will back up our recommendations by creating a free lighting design plan so you can see how well our lights will work in your factory or manufacturing application.

LED Lighting can Improve Safety in a Factory or Manufacturing Plant

There are many reasons why LED Lighting can improve safety in a factory or manufacturing plant. Employees in the plant will notice improved visibility – which will help increase production as well.  Here are a few others:

  • Bright Lighting: LED Lights are energy-efficient, powerful fixtures, and can easily replace metal halide fixtures one for one.
  • High-Quality Light: The quality of the light produced by LED (Color Rendering Index) is 70 or higher.
  • Maintains lumen output for a very long time: Unlike Metal Halide which loses 1/2 of its lumens at 1/2 life of the bulb, LEDs can maintain high lumen output for a very long time.
  • Long lifespan: No bulbs or ballasts to replace. At 12 hours a day, 365 days a year, many of our industrial LED Fixtures will run for 10+ years. These will lower your maintenance costs.

Choosing High Bay or Low Bay Lighting in a Factory

That depends on the ceiling height. If it’s anything below 20 feet, low bays will work better. A high bay in this space would be too bright. For high ceilings above 20 feet, high bay fixtures would be a better choice.

Specific Requirements for Factory LED Lighting

You first must understand the LED facility lighting needs and requirements. And what are the physical requirements of the plant? Factories can be dirty, hot, and dusty environments. Understanding this will help us to suggest the best lighting solutions for you.

High-Temperature LED Lighting for Steel Factories

Yes, we have many high-temperature options. We have models that are capable of ambient temperatures up to 212 degrees F.

Replacing a 1000-watt Metal Halide Light with a 300-watt LED Fixture at 45 Feet

Yes, our 300-watt LED fixture should work well, but other factors come into play as well. Fixture spacing is one of them. If you can provide us with a layout of your factory, along with light locations, we can create a lighting plan for you to make sure we meet your foot candle requirements.

Best LED Manufacturing Lighting Fixtures for a Factory

We are preferential to UFO high bays. They are very robust and impact-resistant. IP is Rated for wet locations. And powerful enough to match and exceed any existing HID High Bay.

Emergency Backup Options for LED Factory Lights

You can equip some of our lights with EMBs, and some are external to the fixture. The fixtures need to be dimmable for this to work.

LED Factory Lights with Motion Sensors

Yes, many of our lights offer motion sensors as an option. If this is something you need, we can find a fixture to which you can add motion sensors. Some of our fixtures come standard with them already attached.

Mounting Options for Installing Lights in a Factory

We can offer eyehooks, pendants, trunnions, and wire/chain mounts.

Can LED Light Fixtures Run 24/7 in a Factory?

You can operate them 24/7 if that’s what you need. Let us know if that’s a need and we can find the best fixture for your application.

Will Dust Impact the LED Light Fixtures’ Performance?

The dust may impede the light if it is allowed to collect on the lens. We recommend cleaning the lens and fixture to make sure it is operating properly.

Choosing UFO High Bay or Linear High Bay Lighting in a Factory

An LED UFO high bay is more robust, impact-resistant, and better suited for industrial applications. UFOs are also waterproof. Some models can withstand ambient temperatures up to 140 degrees F. If the environment is dirty, we recommend an IP65-rated UFO fixture.

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Types of LED Factory Lights for Manufacturing Plants Use

There are many types of factory lights and LED fixtures you can use in a manufacturing plant. This depends on the environment and the type of work done.

What is Steel Mill Lighting?

Steel mills are more demanding than normal commercial spaces. They are more demanding than most industrial environments. The lights needed must also match the challenges of these areas. Steel Mill lighting should be robust and impact-resistant. Some factories might need high-temperature lighting or Explosion Proof Lighting installed in hazardous areas.

Specific Requirements for Steel Mill LED Lighting

You first have to understand the lighting needs and requirements. And what are the physical requirements of the plant? Steel mills can be dirty, hot, and dusty environments. Understanding this will help us to suggest the best lighting solution for you.

Durable LED Industrial Lighting for Steel Mills

We have very durable lighting, The rating for impact is IK. It’s a rating between 1 and 10, with 10 being the highest rating available. We have many fixtures that have IK10 ratings.

300 Watt LED High Bay in Steel Factory

Ideal Lighting Levels for a Manufacturing Plant

We have created lighting plans for large and small warehouses using warehouse lighting from 30 to 70-foot candles. And lighting plans for manufacturing plants that exceed 100-foot candles.

Every space is different. Our lights can accommodate your needs. Our free lighting plan services will help you find the right industrial factory lighting to meet your needs.

Most Popular Factory Light Fixtures

Our most popular factory lights are our 160-watt LED UFO High Bay, our 240-watt LED UFO High Bay, and our 300-watt LED UFO High Bay.

High-Power LED Factory Lighting

We do. We offer 450-watt and 600-watt UFO High Bays that produce 72000 and 96000 lumens.

LED Factory Lights and Lighting Controls

Many of our factory lights are dimmable. They can attach to external hardware controls that control the function of the light.

Factory LED Lighting Fixtures Eligible for Rebates

Many of our lights are eligible for rebates. Make sure you discuss this with your local utility company. Some of them need the rebate process to begin before you buy or install the lights.

Testing Emergency Lighting in a Factory

The best way to do this is to turn off the power at the panel. This should trigger the EMBs to turn the lights on and run off battery power. Some of our EMB units also come with a test button.

Led Factory Lights

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