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What are LED Sawmill Lights?

There are many areas inside a sawmill. Some areas are dangerous, with constant saw dust being produced as the large blades process the logs and timber. In this case, your best choice is either a Class 1 Division 1 Explosion Proof Fixture or a Class 1 Division 2 Explosion Proof Light. In other areas where sawdust is not common, like storage areas, standard LED High Bays are great lighting options. For hot areas, high-temperature LED Sawmill Lights are a good option.

Types of Lighting in a Sawmill

Explosion-Proof Lighting: We have many explosion-proof solutions designed for use in sawmills. Our lights are industrial-grade rated for tough environments.

High-impact Lighting: We have high-impact rated UFO high bays up to IK08. Our explosion proof fixtures are IK10 rated.

High-Temperature Lighting: High-temperature fixtures rated for ambient temperatures up to 302F.

Outdoor Lighting: We can provide LED lights for  parking lots and high power flood lights for outdoor security lighting.

Vapor-Proof Lighting: Vapor-proof fixtures are sealed to keep the outside environment from entering the fixture. This gas or vapor would shorten the life of normal fixtures. You should never use a vapor-proof light in an area that requires an explosion-proof light.

High-Voltage Lighting: We offer lighting with voltage ranges of 100-277V and 277V-480V. Not every fixture we have is available in high voltage, so let us know if you require a high-voltage light fixture.

Installing LED Lights in a Saw Mill

Any qualified electrician can easily install or swap out your existing lights with ours. If you are installing explosion-proof lights, make sure you use a qualified electrician who has experience with the local codes to ensure everything is installed to code.

We offer many many of the standard fixture mounting options that you are familiar with inside a sawmill. This includes eye hooks, pendant mounts, and chain wire mounts. Let us know the amount you need in your sawmill so we can match you up with the correct lighting option.

How Do We Know Your Lights Will Be Bright Enough Before We Purchase Them?

That’s easy, start with a sawmill lighting plan. Give us a scaled drawing of your sawmill, and we will model your facility inside our specialized lighting software and produce a lighting plan. That way you can see how well our lights will perform before you buy.

Foot Candles Required Inside a Saw Mill

This can range from process to process and room to room, but the consensus is between 30 and 50-foot candles. Some areas where wood is graded require a lot of light. Other areas, such as storage and warehousing, can get by with as little as 30.

Can LED Lighting Produce Enough Foot Candles to Light up a Saw Mill?

Yes, it can. It all starts with a lighting plan that uses your scaled drawings. And then understand your foot candle requirements for those areas.

Many of our lights are designed to replace 250 Watts, 400 Watts, and 1000 Watt Metal Halide lights, 1 for 1. That means you don’t have to install two LED lights for every metal halide light.