Reduce Lighting Costs – What is your business missing out on?

Quality LED high bay retrofit delivers exceptional ROIs and fast payback. State incentives and financing can further increase the returns.

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Here is what you need to know:

A typical 400W metal halide lamp can cost up to $450 annually. Our ultra-efficient LED reduces that to $100. Plus you get improved lighting with ZERO maintenance and 5 year warranty.

See how much you could be saving on your lighting right now. 

Helping you with your lighting situation

Electrical bills don’t go away but you can reduce your usage dramatically.

Lighting is a major contributor to any industrial property’s energy bill. A typical 400W metal halide lamp costs around $420 to run annually, compared to $145 for the equivalent LED.

Easily installed Suitable whether you’re a tenant or owner occupier.

130W system will basically give out the equivalent amount of light (16,900lm) as an average 450W metal halide system, for a 320W or 71% saving.

Did you know high bay retrofit saves petbarn 77%in energy?

Retrofits delivers exceptional ROIs and short payback periods. State incentives and financing can further increase the returns. Changing over your old warehouse lights is one of the lowest hanging fruits in your business today – pick it.


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Understanding Lighting Efficiency

The 400W metal halide found in most Australian industrial.

Properties typically uses 450W when the ballast loss in included. While the new bulb claims 32,000 lumens, it quickly depreciates to around 70% of that output within 5,000 hours and continue depreciating to 60% by the end of its 12,000 hours useful life.

The luminaire is typically 75% efficient, so an average lamp will give out about 14,400 useful lumen, i.e. 32,000 x 60% x 75%. So while the new bulb may boast of an efficiency of 80 lumens per watt (lm/W), the reality is that the average overall system, after taking into account lumen depreciation, ballast loss and luminaire inefficiencies is closer to around 32 lm/W.

Out with the old, in with the new

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