Use these 7 steps to get started on your Lighting Audit
A lighting audit is an important step in determining which lighting fixtures need replacing or updating. Conducting a lighting audit can help you implement cost-effective changes to benefit your business or facility, and give you a better handle on an expected project cost and return on investment. Plus, it will provide you a baseline of what is already in your facility, identifying potential installation conditions if any issues were to arise.
Agricultural Company, Monsanto, Improves Energy Savings and Safety with an LED Retrofit at their Production Facility
Undertaking a full LED lighting retrofit at, not one, but two manufacturing facilities is a daunting task, but our partners at Acuity Brands were up for the challenge. Their complete LED lighting retrofit at Monsanto’s facilities met both lighting quality and efficiency project requirements.
This “Cliff Notes” Version Of Title 24 Will Provide You Important Questions To Ask When Planning Your Lighting Retrofit Project.
California’s Title 24 is a very extensive energy code standard for new and existing residential and nonresidential buildings. In today’s post we present five questions to ask when determining the minimum lighting control (per Title 24) when retrofitting a specific space.
Santa Cruz Wastewater Facility completed a lighting retrofit reducing their energy consumption and improving safety with Dialight LED Fixtures
Today we would like to share a case study from our partners at Dialight, who helped the City of Santa Cruz replace their older fixtures at their wastewater facility with new LEDs, which reduced their energy usage and costs by more than 50%.
Increase Energy Savings for your Warehouse or Manufacturing Facility with these Lighting Control Strategies from Acuity Brands
It goes without saying that for any facility, you need appropriate lighting to provide a safe work environment and improve work performance. Lighting requires energy and energy costs money, but with the right lighting control strategy you can reduce your facility’s operating costs.
104 new models added!
Hoffman’s Mild Steel CONCEPT line has now been extended by 104 new models. The extension to their well-known and liked CONCEPT line ensures that you have more size options to choose from and quicker lead times. This increase in the number of standard models makes Hoffman’s line one of the largest offerings in the market. Check out the spec sheets for the CONCEPT Enclosure and Junction Box lines.
Thomas & Betts' Quick-Connect Liquidtight Fittings
Thomas & Betts offers a variety of fittings that are suitable for a wide range of installations. Designed to withstand demanding environments, today we are going to talk about one of Thomas & Betts’ newest fittings:
for Food & Beverage Customers
Hubbell has been hard at work making improvements to their product offerings for the Food & Beverage industry. We will go over what those improvements are and give you a look at a couple of Hubbell’s disconnect switches that can help improve your facility.
Today we are bringing it back to the basics with one of our favorite electrical representatives, Bob Powell from ElectroRep. Bob’s going to talk about strut. We hope you are equally impressed by the time and cost savings this new product will bring to the market.
What is power factor and how does it affect your facility?
Power Factor is a measure of the efficient use of power, the ratio of the Working Power to Apparent (or Total) Power. To determine power factor (PF), divide working power (kW) by apparent power (kVA).