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Gas Generators vs LPG Generators in Jamaica

The question of the lips of majority of Jamaican consumers who are thinking about purchasing a standby power generator is this, “Is propane generator better than gas?”

Well, there’s a lot to consider when comparing these two fuel types, but for the most part, many people in the industry will attest to propane being the superior fuel when it comes to generators.

Need info on LPG generators in Jamaica. Contact CESCO today.

The main thing to consider when talking about fuel types, is your geographic location. If you live in extremely cold climates, propane will not burn as efficient. Any temperature below 20 F will have your propane generator struggling to run, while a gasoline powered generator will not have this problem. Jamaica being in a tropical climate is an ideal choice for running LPG generators for your home, office etc.

LPG generators burn much cleaner than gasoline. No gummed up carburetors to deal with, no stale gas to worry about, and less costly maintenance to spend your money on. While propane generators do have more sophisticated fuel delivery systems, they’re generally maintenance free as propane is a very clean fuel. Propane also burns much cooler than gasoline, so less wear on critical engine components that could be costly to replace. You’ll also notice that your generator’s engine oil stays much cleaner for much longer also.

lpg generator being delivered in Jamaica west indies
Team CESCO about to deliver a LPG generator in Jamaica

Factors to consider about gasoline and LPG

Factors to Consider About Gasoline

  • One of the most common and accessible fuels right now
  • Can be expensive to purchase
  • It is toxic and pollutes air when burned
  • It spills or leaks easily and is extremely flammable
  • Gasoline has a short shelf life
  • Will emit some smoke while running

Factors to Consider About Propane

  • Commonly used for cooking outdoors on the BBQ grill in the warm weather.
  • Less likely to spill
  • Cleaner burning than gasoline.
  • Typically, quieter than gas generators
  • it costs about half as much as gasoline.
  • No electricity required to fill a propane tank
  • Can be stored indefinitely if the reservoir itself holds up which makes it easier to stock up on
  • It’s not as efficient as gasoline
  • Doesn’t work in colder climates below 20 degrees Fahrenheit
  • More complicated system with greater chance of failure and harder to fix when it breaks
  • If possible, get a generator that will run on either gasoline or propane for flexibility
LPG Generator delivery in Jamaica
Delivery of a LPG generator by team CESCO

LPG is Cheaper Than Gasoline

A big thing when talking about gasoline vs LPG generators, is the cost of fuel. When you’re running your generator for 24 hours a day, day after day, you’re using a good amount of fuel in the process. Since propane costs roughly half the price of gasoline at the moment of writing this blog, you can enjoy 50% fuel savings. If you’re running your generator at full capacity for days on end, you could potentially save thousands of dollars simply by using propane.

Safety Tips and Precautions when using generators in Jamaica

  • Look for generators that include an automatic shut off as a feature
  • Generators that produce low emissions are safest such as LPG generators.
  • Be sure to consider maximum power and run time (how long will the generator run for)
  • Outlet warning—don’t plug into a household outlet as you could kill someone outside
  • Electrocution hazard—Always disconnect the house system from the grid before starting the generator to avoid electrocuting others working on the line.
  • Noise Danger-Generators can be noisy.
  • Use surge protector
  • Use 14-gauge extension cords
  • Carbon monoxide—use in a well-ventilated space to avoid poisoning. Run outside away from windows and doors. Speak with CESCO about their carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Keep at least 10 feet from your home and avoid awnings, carports, or other coverings that could trap carbon monoxide fumes.
  • Do not use in attached garage as fumes can drift into the home

 

Diesel generators

Pros

  • Diesel generators require less maintenance, resulting in a lower maintenance cost
  • The generators are sturdy, reliable and have a long lifespan
  • They are typically smaller in size when comparing similar capabilities of gas generators
  • Diesel generators are ideal for mobile, portable or rental applications in addition to stand-by power sources
  • They are fuel efficient when compared to the same volume of gas needed in gas generators
  • The generators are safer; the fuel is less flammable and less explosive
  • Tier 4 generators emit less particulate matter and nitrogen oxides compared to previous models

Petrol generators

Pros

  • Most common for general use. It is relatively easy to use and repair as the use of this type of generator is relatively widespread.
  • More compact. Petrol generators are generally smaller in size and can be viewed as a more portable unit.
  • Stable. Petrol generators are very reliable and boast with minimal maintenance problems.

Cons of petrol & diesel generators

It is also important to understand the disadvantages and/or shortcomings of a product before a hefty investment. Cons associated with petrol generators:

  • Dangerous. Petrol generators could be dangerous if not used correctly as petrol is a volatile substance.
  • Large amount of emissions. Petrol generators are significantly worse for the environment than substitute options due to their high emission rate.

Cons associated with diesel generators:

  • Noisy. If you are not using one of the latest diesel generators be prepared to invest in some ear plugs as well.
  • Initial cost is high. Setting up your diesel generator could be a very pricey affair.
  • Cost is affected by the fluctuations in diesel fuel prices.
  • Diesel generators tend to cost more due to Tier 4 regulations
  • Diesel generators are louder than their gas counterparts

 

CESCO Final Verdict – Is a LPG Generator Better than Gas?

We’d have to say YES – in many ways propane is the superior fuel when it comes to operating your generator in Jamaica. It’s easily stored, burns cleaner, doesn’t go stagnant and will reduce operating costs significantly when running your generator for extended periods of time.

Contact CESCO today for more info on our range of LPG Generators in Jamaica West Indies.

LPG Generator Suppliers in Jamaica

Advantage of using LPG Generators in Jamaica West Indies

It can be a challenge to decide between diesel, petrol and LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) powered home generators. For that reason we have produced a simple way of helping the Jamaican consumer decide if choosing a LPG generator is good for them.

An LPG powered home generator would be a great choice for a home requiring a steady, reliable source of back-up energy with convenience in mind. As we already know that there will be times when the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPSCO) will have power outages whether due to natural disasters such as hurricanes or some other technical issue.

The advantages of using an LPG generator.

Operational Costs
Fuelling this style of generator would be a much cheaper option when compared to both petrol and diesel powered generators, with LPG costing around half the price of petrol. With the fluctuation of the USD which directly affect the cost of petrol in Jamaica within a few days sometimes hours LPG is a much better option.

Duration
LPG cylinders can be expected to last for a reasonable length of time. For example, with twin 19kg cylinders it is very possible to achieve standby running times of over 40 hours before refuelling would be required on a 14kW unit. There is also a variety of cylinder sizes available to match your needs from one of our local service stations.

Environmental effects fo LPG generators in Jamaica West Indies
The emissions of an LPG product are less harmful to the environment than the emissions from both petrol powered generators and diesel powered generators. I am sure some of us who have had to use a diesel or petrol powered generator can remember the smell of the emissions from the exhaust of these generators. LPG powered home generators release less carbon dioxide per unit of energy than petrol or diesel powered generators.

Convenience of use
LPG cylinders for your LPG powered generator can easily be delivered to your door. The replacement of cylinders is also performed simply with the use of a changeover valve.  It’s as simple as when you are changing your gas stove cooking gas cylinder. Lpg does not deteriorate if stored for prolonged periods as petrol and diesel does.

Maintenance
The costs of maintaining an LPG powered generator is generally lower than that of a petrol powered generator. This is as a result of running more cleanly, not blocking the carburettor or hinder the function of the engine, leading to the spark plug and other components lasting longer than in a petrol fuelled engine.

Widespread Use
Due to the reduced emissions of LPG, they are able to be used in a wider range of places. Businesses and homeowners in Jamaica have been increasingly favouring the use of LPG powered generators. WE are also seeing an increase in the use of this type of generator in apartment complexes and gated communities across the island.

Noise
LPG powered home generators are known for running at a much quieter level than petrol powered engines.

 

Here is a brief summary fof our thoughts n LPG generators in Jamaica. Propane is certainly much cleaner, probably requires much less frequent oil changes and the plugs will go much longer than gasoline. If people are going to be near where the generator is operating you don’t want to be sucking up diesel fumes. Propane won’t go bad sitting in the tank. Diesel will but if you ‘re constantly using it and replenishing then not an issue.

Need more info on our LPG generators in Jamaica? Call CESCO now by clicking here

 

 

CESCO Ja | Sika Multiseal Tape Jamaica

Sika MultiSeal is a self-adhesive bituminous sealing tape for the sealing of cracks and joints in many common domestic and commercial situations. It consists of an aluminium foil reinforced by a polyester film and coated with a cold-adhesive bituminous compound.

 

Sika® MultiSeal Plus is perfect for both manufacturing and repair applications.

Transportation Roofing – Sika® MultiSeal Plus seals roofs around vents, skylights and other roof accessories in assembly or making on-the-road roofing repairs on recreational vehicles, fifth wheel campers, manufactured homes,
commercial utility trucks and trailers and more. It permanently bonds to a wide range of surfaces including difficult roof materials.

Windows – Sika® MultiSeal Plus forms a strong self-adhering moisture barrier around windows.

HVAC – Sika® MultiSeal Plus is ideal for sealing around duct work and air conditioning piping.

The applications to protect from water penetration are endless.


No primers are required with Sika® MultiSeal Plus. And, it seals to itself, so it can be cut and folded around an object. Sika® MultiSeal Plus is available in multiple widths:2”, 3”, 4”, 6” and 12” rolls of tape.

Sika® MultiSeal Plus is a fast, permanent, watertight seal featuring leading-edge synthetic adhesive properties. It’s pressure activated, so all you have to do is roll the tape into place and press firmly, preferably using a roller.

 

Sika® MultiSeal Plus provides advanced sealing technology as compared to alternative like products available in the market.
Advanced copolymer elastomeric properties offer instant adhesion, a simple peel and stick configuration, and validated long term performance.
Sika® MultiSeal Plus is the choice of top professionals. Simply peel, stick and seal to create a water tight seal.

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CESCO Ja | Sika Latex | Distributors in Jamaica

SikaLatex® is an acrylic-polymer latex that is used as admixture for cementitious bonding bridges and high quality site-mix mortars.

USES
SikaLatex® is used as bonding agent and site-mix mortar admixture for the following applications:
▪ Grouts and screeds ▪ Patch repair mortars ▪ Mansonry mortars ▪ Renders ▪ Tile adhesives ▪ Stucco and terrazzo

 

CHARACTERISTICS / ADVANTAGES
▪ Increased adhesion ▪ Reduced shrinkage and cracking ▪ Increased abrasion resistance ▪ Reduced permeability ▪ Improved workability ▪ User friendly ▪ Suitable on most common construction substrates ▪ An admixture in mortar and concrete to improve adhesion,and achieve a denser surface ▪▪ Increases resistance to freeze/thaw cycling

Need more info on Sika MaxTack? Here are your options

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS SUBSTRATE QUALITY / PRE-TREATMENT
The substrate shall be thoroughly clean, sound, free from dust, loose material, surface contamination and materials which reduce bond or prevent suction or wetting by cementitious materials.

De-laminated, weak, damaged and deteriorated substrate shall be removed by suitable means before application.
Rust, scale, dust and other loose and deleterious materials which reduces bond or contributes to corrosion shall be removed.

MIXING
Mix SikaLatex® with the correct amount of water to produce a gauging solution.
Pour part of the gauging solution into a suitable mixing container.
While mixing slowly, add the mortar mix to the gauging solution and mix thoroughly until a smooth, uniform and lump-free mix is achieved.
Within the mixing time add additional gauging solution to adjust to the desired consistency.

APPLICATION METHOD / TOOLS
Primer for acrylic coatings only Apply diluted SikaLatex® to prepared concrete substrate (CSP-3) using brushes, rollers, soft brooms, or spray.
SikaLatex® must be tack-free (film formation) prior to coating.
SikaLatex® may be applied up to 24 hours ahead providing the area is kept dry and clean.

Bonding Agent
Brush slurry into area to be resurfaced with stiffbristled broom or scrub brush.
Be sure entire surface and all edges are coated. Apply topping immediately over scrub coat before the bonding slurry dries.

Admixture
Immediately trowel SikaLatex® mortar or concrete mixes applied in areas to be patched.
Do not over-finish.
As soon as finish will resist damage, cure with damp burlap and/or white pigmented polyethylene film.
Curing should continue for 24 hours.
Pre-testing is recommended

LIMITATIONS
Never use pure SikaLatex® or SikaLatex®-water mix directly onto the substrate as bonding agent, always add cement and sand to the mix.
Non-reemulsifiable.
Does not produce a vapor barrier.
Toppings must be applied immediately over SikaLatex® bonding grout.
Do not apply solvents or solvent-based curing compounds to SikaLatex® mortar/ concrete.
Do not use air-entraining cements when used as an admixture.
Do not use for overlays.
As with all cement based materials, avoid contact with aluminum to prevent adverse chemical reaction and
possible product failure. Insulate potential areas of contact by coating aluminum bars, rails, posts etc. with an appropriate epoxy such as Sikadur® Hi-Mod 32.

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CESCO Ja – Usages for Sika Max Tack

Sika MaxTack® is a multipurpose grab adhesive for bonding building materials indoor and in sheltered outdoor areas. Due to its strong adhesion on various porous materials such as:

-Concrete, mortar, fiber cement, wood or painted substrates of decorative pieces

For bonding building materials indoor like:

-Decorative parts as skirting boards, wood frames, panel terracotta tiles, anodized aluminium, hard PVC profiles, polystyrene moldings and panels, polystyrene ceiling tile wood sticks and moldings.

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Sika Manto App Membrane | Jamaica

Sika® Mantle APP 3.0 Smooth – Polyester

Modified asphalt prefabricated membrane for hot climates or high temperatures of APP (Polypropylene Atactic) of 3.0mm thickness, with polyester reinforcement and smooth red, white or green finish .

sika membrane manto app jamaica wi

ADVANTAGES
▪ Cleaning and speed in its application.
▪ Resists moderate pedestrian traffic, the weather and the aggressive attack of the atmosphere.
▪ Use in any type of climate.
▪ Improves the appearance of the surfaces where it is applied.
▪ Excellent flexibility that allows it to support structural movements.
▪ It is non-toxic and does not contain solvents.

 

USES
As a waterproofing of horizontal surfaces: roofs, roofs or any structure of concrete, mortar, asbestos and galvanized sheet. As decorative coating and protector of concrete or mortar structures.

 

Presentation / Performance: Roll of 10 x 1 m.
Thickness – Reinforcement
3.0mm – Polyester

Finish:  Smooth Red, White and Green

Sika Latex® Bonding Agent and Mortar Admixture Available Now in Jamaica

CESCO Jamaica is pleased to introduce Sika Latex to the Jamaican market.

One admixture for all your mortar works: Bonding Agent (coatings with less cracking and dusting), thin concrete floors (higher strength floor screeds with less dusting, high water and wear resistance), repair mortar (better chemical, corrosion and carbonization resistance), pointing and rendering mortar (increased adhesion, less cracks), roof works (improved resistance to freeze/ thaw cycles and erosion), tile adhesive and grout (low permeability, high flexibility)

USES

SikaLatex® is used as bonding agent and site-mix mortar admixture for the following applications:

▪ Grouts and screeds ▪ Patch repair mortars ▪ Mansonry mortars ▪ Renders ▪ Tile adhesives ▪ Stucco and terrazzo

CHARACTERISTICS / ADVANTAGES

▪ Increased adhesion ▪ Reduced shrinkage and cracking ▪ Increased abrasion resistance ▪ Reduced permeability ▪ Improved workability ▪ ▪User friendly ▪ Suitable on most common construction substrates An admixture in mortar and concrete to improve adhesion, and achieve a denser surface ▪  Increases resistance to freeze/thaw cycling

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

SUBSTRATE QUALITY / PRE-TREATMENT

The substrate shall be thoroughly clean, sound, free from dust, loose material, surface contamination and materials which reduce bond or prevent suction or wetting by cementitious materials. ▪ De-laminated, weak, damaged and deteriorated substrate shall be removed by suitable means before application. ▪ Rust, scale, dust and other loose and deleterious materials which reduces bond or contributes to corrosion shall be removed.

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MIXING

Mix SikaLatex® with the correct amount of water to produce a gauging solution. ▪ Pour part of the gauging solution into a suitable mixing container. ▪ While mixing slowly, add the mortar mix to the gauging solution and mix thoroughly until a smooth, uniform and lump-free mix is achieved. ▪ Within the mixing time add additional gauging solution to adjust to the desired consistency. ▪

APPLICATION METHOD / TOOLS

Primer for acrylic coatings only

Apply diluted SikaLatex® to prepared concrete substrate (CSP-3) using brushes, rollers, soft brooms, or spray. ▪ SikaLatex® must be tack-free (film formation) prior to coating. ▪ SikaLatex® may be applied up to 24 hours ahead providing the area is kept dry and clean.

Bonding Agent

Brush slurry into area to be resurfaced with stiffbristled broom or scrub brush. ▪ ▪ Be sure entire surface and all edges are coated. Apply topping immediately over scrub coat before the bonding slurry dries.

Admixture

Immediately trowel SikaLatex® mortar or concrete mixes applied in areas to be patched. ▪ ▪ Do not over-finish. As soon as finish will resist damage, cure with damp burlap and/or white pigmented polyethylene film. ▪ ▪ Curing should continue for 24 hours. ▪ Pre-testing is recommended

LIMITATIONS

Never use pure SikaLatex® or SikaLatex®-water mix directly onto the substrate as bonding agent, always add cement and sand to the mix. ▪ Non-reemulsifiable. ▪ Does not produce a vapor barrier. Toppings must be applied immediately over SikaLatex® bonding grout. ▪ Do not apply solvents or solvent-based curing compounds to SikaLatex® mortar/ concrete. ▪ Do not use air-entraining cements when used as an admixture. ▪ ▪ Do not use for overlays. As with all cement based materials, avoid contact with aluminum to prevent adverse chemical reaction and possible product failure. Insulate potential areas of contact by coating aluminum bars, rails, posts etc. with an appropriate epoxy such as Sikadur® Hi-Mod 32.

Contact CESCO Jamaica for ore info on SikaLatex by clicking here

Sika MultiSeal – Self Adhesive Tape now in Jamaica

Cesco is pleased to introduce to the Jamaican market the Sika line of products. In todays blog post we feature the Sika MultiSeal self adhesive tape.

This tape is very easy to apply and weather proof with aluminium foil on one side! This product is used for sealing and repairing against water ingress and draughts in roofs, building cracks bituminous felts and other types of roofing sheet.

Sika® MultiSeal is a self-adhesive, rubber modified bituminous sealing tape laminated with an aluminium foil on the upper side.

USES
Sika® MultiSeal is designed for sealing and repairing applications against water ingress on roofs and any other building element.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS SUBSTRATE PREPARATION
The substrate must be clean, dry, sound and homogeneous, free from oils, grease, dust and loose or friable articles.

APPLICATION METHOD / TOOLS
Cut the tape to the required length, remove the release film and press the tape firmly onto the substrate with a suitable roller. Overlaps must be minimum 5 cm. Adhesion performance can be improved by heating Sika® MultiSeal tape during application.

CLEANING OF TOOLS
Clean all tools and application equipment immediately after use with Sika® Remover-208. Once cured, residual material can only be removed mechanically.

LIMITATIONS
The upper side of Sika® MultiSeal can be overpainted with most conventional paint systems.
▪ Do not use Sika® MultiSeal on natural stone.
▪ Do not use Sika® MultiSeal for joints under water pressure or for permanent water immersion.
▪ Direct contact with joint sealants and adhesives must be avoided or compatibility must be tested prior to application.

For more info contact CESCO by clicking here

 

Sika MaxTack Jamaica

CESCO Jamaica is pleased introduce the Sika line of products to the Jamaican market. Sika MaxTack Super Charged is an extremely fast curing grab adhesive which means items can be fixed in just 20 minutes eliminating the need for support – perfect for jobs where speed is of the essence. Delivers superb bonding strength in all weather conditions on a vast range of surfaces, even under water!

Sika MaxTack® is a multipurpose high strength, high initial grab adhesive for bonding building materials indoor and in sheltered outdoor areas.

Sika MaxTack® has strong adhesion on various porous materials such as concrete, mortar, fiber cement, wood and painted substrates or decorative pieces.
Sika MaxTack® is suitable to bond decorative parts as skirting board, wood frame, panel, terra cotta tile, anodised aluminium, hard PVC profiles, polystyrene moulding and panel, polystyrene ceiling tile, wood stick and moulding.

sika products in Jamaica

Advantages                                                                                                               Bonds decorative elements like

  • Easy to use and good workability                                                               Skirting boards
  • Powerful grab properties (green strength)                                                     Decorative mouldings
  • Odouress                                                                                                  Wood frames etc
  • Paintable with any emulsion waterborne paint
  • Good workability
  • Nail free fixing
  • For interior use on wall and ceiling
  • For sheltered outdoor use on wall (canopy, balcony)
  • Over paintable by an emulsion waterborne paint
  • Bonds to a wide range of substrates

 

Notes on Application /Limitations
– Before bonding, check for good adhesion and resistance of the paints by carrying out a trial on an inconspicuous area.
– Paints need to fully harden and must be compatible with the adhesive.If there is a doubt, carry out pre-trials or remove the paint by dry sanding.
– One of the two surfaces must be porous or absorbent otherwise adhesive will not cure.
– Pre-test for over paintability and paint compatibility are recommended. In case of over coating Sika MaxTack® the compatibility must be tested individually on cured adhesive after 24 hours curing at +20°C.
– Do not use on easy corroding substrates like mild steel, iron, etc.
– Application during high temperature changes are not recommended (movements during the curing).
– Service conditions need to be stable (humidity, temperature) and not exceed the adhesive and substrates resistance.
– Optimum bonding after 48 hours curing at +20°C.
Do not use on plastified PVC, PE, PP, Teflon, plaster, aerated concrete, brick, galvanised steel ,treated metals,
powder coatings, oven dried paints, marble, natural stones, bituminous substrates, natural rubber, chloroprene, EPDM ,building
materials which might bleed oils, plasticisers or solvent. and certain plasticized synthetic materials ( carry out pre-trials ).

Do not use Sika MaxTack® :
– as glass sealer and on mirror
– on floor or sanitary joints
– in joints with water immersion or permanent high relative air humidity
– for structural bonding.

 

Contact us for more info on Sika Maxtack by clicking here

 

CESCO Supplies State Of The Art LED High-Bay Lights To Wisynco

Wisynco has risen from the ashes with the opening of the Sam Mahfood Distribution Centre on September 15. This comes only 16 months after their original Lakes Pen warehouse and distribution centre was ravaged by a fire. At the time many employees were worried about their jobs but Wisynco managed to retain all facility workers and remains committed to its mission, team members, and customers.

Andre Chambers, William Mahfood, Adrian Chambers and Randolph Chambers

The new warehouse, which is dedicated to the father of CEO Andrew Mahfood and one of Wisynco’s founders, the late Sam Mahfood, is approximately 360,000 square feet – 100,000 square feet larger than the previous facility. The size of the Sam Mahfood Distribution Centre, isn’t the only thing that has been upgraded: the new facility features fire prevention technology to readily prevent a blaze from escalating.

When asked, Andrew Mahfood described the new features as a way to prevent disasters from impacting their productivity.

“We have implemented an Early Suppression Fast Response fire system that will have a quicker response in the event such a disaster were to ever happen again,” said Mahfood. “We want to secure our distribution centre, while also ensuring that our team members are protected.”

The system has 4500 sprinklers, supported by a 2500 gallons per minute (GPM) fire pump and a 275,000-gallon water tank.

Outside of the precautionary system, there have also been changes to improve productivity. This includes the implementation of an automated inventory and order picking system, more efficient layout with flexible workstations, a 100% increase in loading docks, a 20% increase in illumination with state of the art LED high-bay lights that will place a 30% reduction in energy consumption from Cesco Jamaica.

State of the art LED high-bay lights at Wisynco Warehouse

LED lights aren’t becoming common in just warehouses in Jamaica. Any space or facility that has high ceilings and requires illumination of 15 feet or more can benefit from LED lights from CESCO Jamaica.  Arenas, loading docks and other industrial spaces are all starting to be illuminated by LED lights.

Here’s a closer look at what makes LED lights a better option that others on the local market.

ENERGY SAVINGS OF HIGH BAY LED LIGHTING

With the high cost of electricity in Jamaica energy efficiency is often the number one factor for business and companies when they are looking at replacing their lighting, and energy savings is the biggest advantage that high bay LED lighting has over other types of lighting.

 

LED lights use less power than other lighting styles – significantly less. It isn’t uncommon for facilities to see a drastic reduction in their energy costs, sometimes as much as 80 percent. Even more can be saved if LED lights are paired with smart sensors.

State of the art LED high-bay lights at Wisynco Warehouse

LIFESPAN AND TEMPERATURE OF HIGH BAY LED LIGHTING

High bay LED lights last, on average, ten times longer than other lighting options, including CFL and fluorescent lights. They also emit virtually no heat. In addition to having safety advantages, less heat generated means less cooling costs for a facility.

DURABILITY OF HIGH BAY LED LIGHTING

Not only are high bay LED lights long lasting, they are also incredibly durable. LED lights are close to damage-proof and require very little maintenance over their lifespan.

LIGHT UNIFORMITY AND SIGHT ADVANTAGES OF HIGH BAY LED LIGHTING

LED lights never have the flickering or gradual warm-up that you see in CFL or fluorescent lights. No matter how many times a LED light is turned on, there won’t be any flickering or light level variations.

High bay LED lights also distribute light more evenly than other lighting options. Many notice an increase in light uniformity with LED lights, less light distortion and minimal static buildup.

 

 

Contact CESCO today for more info on our LED high-bay lights.