LED High Bay Light

LED High Bay light.

*It is suitable for both Warehouse lighting and Factory lighting.  Food Processing Areas are especially suitable as non glass optics are offered.
*Options include 100w, 120w, 150w or 200w LED optics for wide, medium or narrow beam applications.
*Typical mounting heights are 5m to 20m.
*Ideal for Factories and Warehouse where paybacks are typically 6 months to 2 years.
*LED technology allows the Luminaires to start immediately when needed.
*Switching has no significant negative effect on life time performance (unlike other lighting technologies). Fittings can be offered with Motion Sensor and dimming options to save energy.

This 200w LED High Bay Warehouse light is likely to replace typical commodity type 400w Metal Halide HighBays.  These Products are engineered to ensure compliance with heat guidelines so the LED modules are not damaged and to provide long life and low maintenance.

LED High Bay

This 100w to 200w LED High Bay and Warehouse light is manufactured in Dome shape to prevent dust and dirt build up.  Finish is in a Grey RAL.  See Product details.

We also offer a range of LED HighBays and linear LED HighBays for industrial and Warehouse Aisles.  They provide quick payback from energy savings and virtual elimination of maintenance costs.  Typical mounting height will be from 5m and upwards.

To get a detailed Proposal of your LED High Bay Factory or Warehouse Light project:

Please advise Length, width and height of Building. For irregular buildings, simply provide us with a typical sample area. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of LED High Bay light fittings required. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. You can purchase directly from us or via a Local Wholesaler. Most of the larger Wholesalers have accounts with us over many years.

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