There are many types of work lighting that are available to suit different architectural styles, building materials, architectural positioning, and safety concerns. As a result, it is important for a lighting designer to consider all the factors to be considered before purchasing any type of lighting fixture. For example, outdoor work lights are not the same as indoor lighting fixtures as they have different needs. The main considerations are cost, power consumption, energy efficiency, appearance and durability.
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In general, the cost-to-power Consumption ratio of a lighting fixture makes it more economic to install a low-wattage bulb over a high-wattage bulb and vice versa. Work lights have bright uniform lighting, a comfortable color temperature and adequate color rendering, making it economical to use. At Lena lighting, offer many top quality commercial work lights to clients, offering industrial and commercial grade lighting at affordable prices. Our work lights also come with a 10-year warranty, the longest in the industry. Many of our work lights also come with an adjustable mounting bracket and mounting plate that make it easy to install or replace led work lights.
Another alternative to using fluorescent lights or natural light is to utilize task lighting. Typically, the purpose of task lighting is to illuminate a specific area, such as a work space or a factory floor, for a specific purpose. Task lighting can be used to light an area where employees are performing specific tasks, such as mixing chemicals or working at their computers. We offer many types of task lighting including ceiling fixtures, hanging wall sconces, and fluorescent strips and hooks.