30/07/2015

Warehouse

Warehouse & Logistics

AN OVERVIEWFES’s energy-efficient Induction fixtures can greatly improve the work environment of a warehouse or logistics center. Most warehouses feature energy inefficient Metal Halide high bays.

This technology has a high lumen depreciation rate, making it difficult for businesses to meet and keep lighting levels that meet OSHA safety requirements.

With FES’s Induction fixtures, lighting levels are improved and warehouses become compliant with OSHA requirements.

Additionally, one of the most remarkable aspects of Induction lighting upgrades, according to warehouse workers, is the relief of working under light fixtures that are silent. Metal halides produce a loud buzz that Induction does not. Ultimately, an Induction upgrade results in a warehouse work environment that is safe, inviting, productive and comfortable, and energy consumption that is reduced by 50 to 65%.

HOW LOUD ARE THOSE OLD FIXTURES?Typical Metal Halide warehouse high bays have an average sound rating of 44 decibels (dB). As an example, a warehouse featuring 20 of those high bays would produce a total of 57dB. Induction lighting produces zero noise. See the chart below to find our sample warehouse.

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KEY ISSUES RESOLVED BY FUTURE ENERGY SOLUTIONS

1. OSHA COMPLIANCE
FES’s Induction can improve and maintain lighting levels that meet OSHA requirements.

Warehouse Key Issues

2. BUZZING FROM THE LIGHTS
Metal Halide fixtures produce a buzzing that does not exist with Induction lighting’s silent performance.

Warehouse Key Issues

3. DIFFICULT MAINTENANCE
FES’s Induction lighting lasts 100,000 hours, reducing the occurrence of maintenance and interruption of warehouse production.

Warehouse Key Issues

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