Cost savings and environmental considerations
Lighting costs account for a large part of the operating budget in a busy industrial environment. Transition from traditional lighting to led industrial lighting can reduce power consumption and utility costs by 50% or more. In addition, LED can provide high quality lighting level, continuous operation up to 50,000 hours. Moreover, led industrial lighting design more durable, can resist oil and gas operations in the common impact and impact, this durability can directly reduce maintenance costs.
The reduction of energy consumption is directly related to the lower load of power facilities, thus reducing the overall carbon emissions. When led industrial lighting bulbs and lamps at the end of the service life, they can usually be recycled, without any harmful waste.
LED industrial lighting can produce high-quality lighting, shading and black spots less. Better visibility improves employee productivity and reduces errors and accidents that may occur in poor lighting conditions. LED industrial lighting can adjust the light, improve the alertness of employees and reduce fatigue. Employees can also better differentiate between details and color comparisons, further improving productivity and employee safety.
LED industrial lighting enhances security in more ways than just creating a better lighting environment. According to OSHA standards, oil and gas production environments usually fall into the category I hazardous environment, which means the presence of flammable vapors. Lighting in hazardous environments of type I must be designed to be separated from potential ignition sources, such as electrical spark and thermal surfaces, and vapors.
LED industrial lighting fully meet this requirement. The ignition source can be separated from steam even if the luminaire is subjected to vibration or shock from other equipment in the environment. Unlike other light fixtures that are prone to explosion failures, led industrial lighting is actually an explosion-proof type. In addition, the physical temperature of LED industrial lighting is much lower than standard metal halide lamps or high pressure sodium industrial lamps, thus further reducing the risk of ignition.