Introduction of Four Popular Industrial Lighting Applications

What is Industrial lighting?

Industrial lighting is not as classy as commercial lighting, nor does it look as moody as home lighting, not to mention the large landscape lighting is so high, industrial lighting is very grounded, and the workers in the mines, are very approachable.

Industrial lighting is actually to provide lighting for industrial environments such as factories and mines, both the usual indoor court lighting, but also common outdoor docks, tower crane site lighting, and road lighting.

Doing well in industrial lighting requires not only an understanding of the building structure and lighting equipment but also familiarity with the manufacturing process and process requirements, the layout of people, logistics and equipment, the management of the production site, and industrial information technology. What is more troublesome is the complex and changing process flow and professional equipment requirements for lighting functionality and the many constraining requirements.

So industrial LED lighting to provide lighting for factories and mines, then, specifically what to do?

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Factories are places where industrial products are produced, generally including production plants, warehouses, offices, auxiliary rooms, various outdoor installations, fields, stations, roads, etc. Some factories also have various technical mezzanines and underground facilities.

Office Lighting

In the industrial environment, the office is familiar to everyone, do not need to say more, as long as to meet the illumination, illumination uniformity, glare and energy saving requirements on the line, there is another very important, is to match the overall lighting environment of the factory is coordinated. Generally used is industrial tube light, LED panel lights, etc.

Warehouse Lighting

Warehouse lighting is a little attention to the project, but because the warehouse environment in different industries vary greatly, there are still many aspects that need attention.

  • Electronic components and precision parts warehouse, need to ensure to see the product logo, requiring a high level of illumination, can not only calculate the vertical illumination of the ground, which requires high illumination LED lights, such as industrial high bay lights.
  • Machinery and equipment warehouses may need to install cranes and mobile handling tools, lighting must take into account the height of space and traffic routes, such as industrial emergency lights.
  • chemical product warehouses have explosion-proof requirements, and the lighting must also meet explosion-proof standards, eg. industrial high bay lights.
  • Food, drug and cosmetic warehouses have anti-bacteria requirements, and the lamps and lanterns are good to use professional ones, This requires the use of our LED tri-proof lights.
Auxiliary Lighting

Auxiliary rooms include power distribution rooms, air-conditioning rooms, communication rooms, compressor rooms, pump rooms, boiler rooms, archive rooms, guard rooms, duty rooms, etc. Due to the building structure and room shape, it is necessary to put the expertise of industrial buildings and production processes on the table in order to achieve the effect. Generally here are LED bulbs, panel lights, industrial tube lights, industrial ceiling lights, etc.

Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor lighting includes various yards, parking lots, roads and outdoor cranes, reactors, blast furnaces, etc. The design is as simple as possible and requires attention to the light blocking of tall buildings and the combination of landscape lighting with the plant area. Generally there are industrial floodlight lighting, street lights.

What we usually call industrial lighting, mainly refers to the lighting of industrial production workshops, electronics, microelectronics, instrumentation, communications, machinery, chemical, metallurgy, building materials, assembly, textiles, clothing, food, pharmaceuticals, etc. Different industries have different production processes, and different processes will have different lighting requirements.

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