Induction Lighting Pros as Hangar Lighting article Hangar Network eNewsletter March 2014
The most common complaint we hear from those who work in aircraft hangars is that there isn’t enough light to do mechanical repairs, closely followed by grievances about always having to change out bulbs and ballasts on 35′ ceilings.
Replacing traditional Metal Halide High Bay fixtures with Induction High Bays may be the answer to these complaints. Here’s why:
(1) Lumen depreciation (Light Loss Factor): The most common cause of lumen depreciation is heat, so the hotter the bulb burns, the faster it loses its light. Metal Halide bulbs burn at extremely hot temperatures and need replacement after every 2-5 years. Induction lighting, on the other hand, has a much cooler burn temperature -The Neptun Light Induction bulbs are rated for 100,000 hours of operation, so that means that only after 70,000 to 80,000 hours of lighting will the bulbs depreciate. Moreover, that means you will have 15- 20 years of light (if we’re talking 12 hour work days).
(2) Color Rendering Index (CRI): CRI is the ability of the light source to illuminate colors and details effectively. Metal Halide lights have a CRI of 65, while Induction Light sources typically have a CRI of 86. This difference allows for a significantly better visual effect.
(3) Photopic and Scotopic Lumens: Photopic Lumens refer to the total amount of light coming from a light source, including ultraviolet light, which the human eye cannot see, while Scotopic lumens refer to the visual lumens that the eye can see. Induction light emits very little ultraviolet light so most of the lumens are actually visual lumens (not the case for Metal Halide lamps).
The final advantage to Induction lighting is the fixture warranty. Neptun Light, Inc. offers a 10-year warranty on all of their Induction Fixtures and a 5-year warranty on Induction Bulb/ballast retrofits for existing fixtures.
The Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction
The Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction (CBTD) is a special financial incentive created by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and designed to reduce the initial cost of investing in energy-efficient lighting and other building systems via an accelerated tax deduction.
This special tax deduction allows building owners (or tenants) to write off the complete cost of upgrading a building’s indoor lighting, HVAC/hot water and building envelope in the year the new equipment is placed in service, capped at $1.80/sq.ft. Alternately, the owner (or tenant) could upgrade one of these three systems to earn the CBTD capped at $0.60/sq.ft. In short, with the CBTD, the cost of new lighting or other building systems can be claimed in a single tax year instead of amortized over a period of years.
The CBTD expiration date has been extended twice, most recently by the Energy Independence Act of 2007 (EISA). With this extension, the CBTD can be claimed for qualifying projects completed before January 1, 2014.
Tax Deduction Versus Tax Credit
A tax deduction is a cost subtracted from adjusted gross income when calculating taxable income; tax liability is not reduced dollar for dollar, as is the case with a tax credit, but instead in proportion to the taxpayer’s tax bracket.
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS TAX DEDUCTION (ALL SYSTEMS)
For projects completed before January 1, 2014, a CBTD can be claimed that covers up to the entire deductible cost of investing in the installation of energy-efficient commercial building property, capped at $1.80/sq.ft.:
Indoor lighting systems AND HVAC/hot water systems AND Building envelope features
To qualify, EPAct 2005 and IRS Notice 2006-52 state:
the project must be certified to reduce total annual energy and power costs to at least 50% less than a Reference Building satisfying the requirements of ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2001 solely through changes to the building’s interior lighting, HVAC/hot water and building envelope;
the cost must otherwise be depreciable for tax purposes;
the project must be part of a new construction or renovation project within the scope of ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2001 (including addenda 90.1a-2003—transformers, 90.1b-2002—building envelope, 90.1c-2002—ducts, 90.1-d-2002—slab-on-grade floor insulation, and 90.1k-2002—piping insulation, as in effect as of April 2, 2003); and
the project must be located in the United States or its territories.
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Proper Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting is critical to the safety and efficiency of aircraft and ground support equipment operations, personnel activities, and passenger movements. Aprons facilitate the on- and off-loading of passengers and cargo, as well as aircraft servicing.
In 2011, XJet FBO at Denver’s Centennial Airport (KAPA) installed Induction floodlights as the aircraft parking ramp lighting to illuminate the aircraft apron. In 2015, we are now installing high output LED area lighting for the apron and taxiway areas of commercial airports and private airfields.
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LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting AURORA-L Series by Arrlux
Suitable for ultra-high lumen output applications; replacing 1000W, 2000W and 4000W HID and HPS; Lightweight and thin-profile design minimizes wind loads from the sides, reduces pole sway; Vibration tests passed as per IEC/EN standards; 115,680lm @ 900W; 5000K; DLC listed; Available in 450W, 600W, 750W, 900W. Prices start at $778.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting by Crystal
features powerful luminosity, providing security and high mast area light for airport parking areas, school perimeters, shipping yards, prison yards; up to 61,490 lumens; Available in 557W. Prices start at $
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting ES series by Ledsion
features a low profile design; DLC UL cUL Approved; Mounting options, Slip Fitter(Type A, for Round Poles), Straight Arms(Type B, Square Poles), U Brackets(Type C, for Wall or Wood Poles); Type III Lighting distribution; up to 40,500 lumens @ 300W; replaces up to 1000W HID, HPS. Available in 60W, 90W, 120W, 150W, 300W. Prices start at $225.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting by Altech
This DLC qualified product features a very efficient 140 lm/w and a 10 year warranty;. Replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1000W; 5000K; Available in 35W, 50W, 80W, 100W, 120W, 150W, 200W, 300W, Prices start at $240.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting 23″ by Crystal Lighting
Utilizes high efficient Phillips Lumiled LEDs with energy savings over 66% and much Improved lumen maintenance compared to HID light sources; up to 46,032 lumens @ 375W; replaces up to 1000W HID, HPS. Available in 125W, 215W, 265W, 375W. Prices start at $540.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting 16″ by Crystal Lighting
used as a area flood light or shoebox fixture; features a wide light distribution.with high efficient Phillips Lumiled LEDs; DLC listed; up to 16,512 lumens @ 125W; replaces up to 400W HID, HPS. Available in 25W, 45W, 75W, 85W, 105W, 125W. Prices start at $340.
LED Area Light X Series by Noribachi
Lumen output up to 53,172 lumens; 5700K color temperature; Replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1700W. Available in 32W, 63W, 95W, 126W, 158W, 189W, 252W, 315W, 378W.
LED Area Light Series T by Noribachi
With the highest lumen output; Generating 53,172 lumens on a low 378W. replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1700W. Available in 32W, 63W, 95W, 126W, 158W, 189W, 252W, 315W. 378W.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting M6 by Neptun
Features Slim, state of the art, low profile design for minimum wind load resistance. High Output COB LED’s. 41,000 initial Lumens! Replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1000W. Ideal for sports arena parking lots and airport high mast lighting. Dark Sky Friendly. Available in 450w
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting M5 by Neptun
Featuring High output COB LED’s and custom engineered optics providing excellent uniformity and efficiency; High Mast Lighting; Replacing existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1000W. Optional: Bi-Level Dimming, 0-10V Dimming, Remote Monitoring and ON/OFF Control, DC 24V Operation – Solar Compatible. DLC qualified product listing. Available in 400w.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting M4 by Neptun
Slim, state of the art, low profile design for minimum wind load resistance. Replacing existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 750W. Available in 320w.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting XXL Series by Noribachi
Lumen output up to 79,758 lumens; replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1500 Watts. Available in 158W, 189W, 252W, 284W, 315W, 378W. 567W.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting Shoebox 23″ by Neptun
Featuring High Output COB Cree LEDs. Excellent choice for new construction or retrofit applications. Replacing existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 750W. (poles 30ft to 40ft). Available in 180w, 200w, 260w, 320w.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting Shoebox16″ by Neptun
Features High Output COB Cree LED’s. Excellent choice for new construction or retrofit applications. DesignLighhts Consortiun (DLC) qualified product listing. Replacing existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 400W. Available in 80w, 100w, 120w, 150w.
LED Parking Lot Flood Lights Square Post-Top 24″ by Neptun
Features High Output COB Cree LED’s. Ideal for auto dealer car lot lighting. Replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1000W. Available in 180w, 200w, 260w, 320w.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting Square Post-Top 18″ by Neptun
Features High Output COB Cree LED’s. Heat and impact resistant tempered flat glass lens. (IESNA full-cutoff and Correlated Color Temperature of (5000°K) for greater visibility and safety. Replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 400W. DLC qualified product listing. Available in 80w, 100w, 120w, 150w.
LED Aircraft Parking Ramp Lighting Round Post Top 24″ by Neptun
Features High Output COB LEDs, Driver with built-in Neptun Surge Protective Device, replaces existing HID & HPS fixtures up to 1000W, 10 Year Warranty on complete fixture. Available in 180W, 200W, 260W, 320W.
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“Reduce facility energy use and resulting green house gas 3% each year from FY 2006 through FY 2015 with a base starting point of FY 2003 or 30% reduction by 2015.”
The Department of Defense (DOD) accounts for approximately 63% of the energy consumed by federal facilities and buildings.This makes DOD the single largest energy consumer in the United States, even though consuming only 1% of national site-delivered energy. Its annual spending on facility energy has averaged over $3.4 billion recently.
With so many structures, DOD’s investment in energy efficiency and renewable technologies can help create a market and steadily lower the cost for advanced energy technology. Both the Department of Defense as a whole and each of the military branches have taken strong leadership in setting ambitious goals for energy independence and in deploying innovative energy technology to meet those targets. Major steps have been taken across the department to develop and implement new energy solutions using renewable fuels, renewable electricity, energy efficiency, energy storage, and smart and secure microgrids for electricity.
New Buildings, Renovations and Retrofits
EO13423 (Section 2f) mandates specific energy reduction targets for new construction and renovations. Executive branch agencies are directed to meet objectives set in the Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Memorandum of Understanding (“Sustainable Buildings MOU”).
The Sustainable Buildings MOU calls for new buildings to be 30% more cost efficient than industry standards, and for buildings undergoing major renovations to be 20% more cost efficient than a pre-renovation, 2003 baseline. Federal agencies are encouraged to incorporate sustainable practices into projects underway, and are also encouraged to sell or dispose of unneeded assets.
Aircraft Hangar Lighting
New initiatives to increase energy efficiency in the U.S. Military include replacing HID lighting with energy efficient Induction and LED in U.S. military aircraft hangars, airplane parking decks and ramps which greatly contributes to the military’s goal of achieving the 3% yearly reduction has mandated by the Executive Order.
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T-Hangar lighting solutions vary from fluorescent shop lighting to LED lamps to compact fluorescent bulbs. T-hangars are used as storage for your general aviation sized aircraft with enough room for a large shop to complete any work.
T-Hangar Lighting Solutions
LED Low Bay Lights 4ft Vapor Tight by Altech
This DLC listed 3-lamp linear fixture produces 6210 lumens at 54W; 5000K; 220 beam angle; IP67 rated; Replaces existing fixtures up to 216W. Surface mount; Frosted or Clear Lens Cover; Available in 18W, 36W, 54W.
LED Low Bay Lights Square Canopy 10″ by Tiexing
Featuring, Ultra Thin design; Die Cast Aluminum construction; 5 Year Warranty; IP65 Rated, Replaces existing HID & HPS canopy, parking garage, indoor and outdoor fixtures up to 250W; up to 6000lm.Available in 45W, 70W.
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With 140 Metal Hhalide fixtures burning 12 hours a day, seven days a week n the manufacturing area this company’s energy consumption was excessive. To improve energy efficiency and reduce total operating costs, the company recently replaced all 140 of the 400W Metal Halide fixtures with high-efficiency Induction Lighting High Bay fixtures.
The new hangar lights have not only slashed future energy consumption per fixture from approximately 400W to just 200W per unit, but they have also improved light performance and output, reduced maintenance cost and qualified the company for a substantial rebate for its energy efficient practices.
“The installation went very smoothly with minimal interruption to our manufacturing process,” said Vicki T.- Vice President of Manufacturing
Cutting Energy Costs, Consumption with Induction Lighting
Number of Fixtures – 140
Replaced – 400W Metal Halide
Illuminance level – 39.9fc
Mounting Height – 18’
Air Conditioning Reduction – 10%-15%
Payback – < 1 year payback with rebate incentives
In addition to the significant energy savings the new Induction Lighting fixtures have also helped to reduce lighting maintenance. When you factor in the cost of renting a lift to reach the 18′ mounting height, maintaining the old fixtures was a large expense every year. With unique highly efficient 16,000 lumens the Induction High Bay fixtures combine precision optics and next generation thermal management practices.
The long-life performance of the new Induction Lighting fixtures means that the company can now expect to get as much as 20 years of life out of each fixture – with the first ten covered by the no-cost replacement warranty.
The company and its employees are both pleased with the significant temperature drop inside the manufacturing facility as a result of the new Induction Lighting fixtures. Without the excess heat generated from the Metal Halide fixtures, the company engineers have noted a 20-ton (10% – 15%) reduction in air conditioning demand to maintain comfortable temperatures inside the facility – an additional energy saving and sustainability benefit for the company.
Employees have noticed that it is cooler, and they like the light produced by the Induction Lights better than the old lights. It’s not only more uniform, but the crisp white light is easier on the eyes. In an area prone to severe weather and the associated power outages, the instant-on feature is also a significant benefit to both worker comfort and safety. And, the fixtures tend to generate less static, eliminating the light distortion that can occur with even minimal dust accumulation on traditional Metal Halide units.
Utility Company Rebates Add to Induction Lighting Benefits
As a result of its energy-saving initiatives, the company is qualified and has already applied for a substantial $48,000 energy-savings rebate through the local utility company. “The energy and cost savings combined with the opportunity to receive the energy efficiency rebates has made the conversion to Induction lighting a substantial part of our sustainability efforts.”
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Following are leads and requests for aircraft hangar lighting requirements from private to commercial to military. Some of the proposed hangar lights solutions were accepted and the product delivered.
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Request May 2013: Commercial Hangar
I am building a new hanger (100ft x 80ft) with 22 ft wall height. Please provide a quote for your recommended lighting package.
Solution: This solution will generate 51+ fc or 550+ lux. Initial lumens are 20,000 per fixture totaling 300,000 lumens. Often creating multiple circuits will allow light where it is needed and Induction is instant on so there is no waiting or buzz with these lights.
Request May 2013: commercial Hangar
Just need a rough quote on lighting an old hanger (approximately 2500sq ft). The existing wiring is old and needs to be redone.
Solution: Using the 3×3 pattern, the new lights will bring 180,000 lumens. This will offer approx. 90 foot candles providing a safe and well lit work area.
Request May 2013: Private Hangar
Building a new aircraft hangar in central Texas. Personal use. Request quote on LED OVERHEAD LIGHTING. 1870 sq ft 35 x 53 x 12 ft high new hangar. Electric available is 120v ac two phase Hangar construction starts Monday. All metal building with red iron frame
Solution: 6 LED (155w) over conventional 6-400w MH (454w) will last 3 times as long and save 1800w. These will provide about 16 years of service in a 12 on/ 12 off scenario
Request April 2013: Commercial Hangar
We currently have 76 metal halide light units suspended from our sloped hangar. The part number for the light fixtures is Lithonia Lighting #TE 1000M E22 M 480 HA. We also have outside ramp lighting with part number TFA 1000M RB 277 DDB PER PE7 TFAUV and parking lot lighting KSF2 400M R3 277 SP04 PER PE7. The hangar dimensions are 157′ x 153′ for 2 adjoining spaces.
Request April 2013:
Need quote for interior hangar lighting. The hangar is 65 X 75 meters. It is dome shaped with the highest point being 17 meters high
Solution: Low profile hibay 750w Induction
Request March 2013: U.S. Air Force Base
I am a Project Manager at Air Force Base and need to retrofit an aircraft hangar with the goal of achieving 50 foot-candles. It is presently equipped with 24 starburst fluorescent fixtures and only measures around 13 foot-candles. These replaced the sodium fixtures.
Request March 2013: Private Hangar
We will be using 120v and this is a private hanger with only minimal maintenance going on and used a couple hours a week. Mostly need good general lighting. The door is 16 feet tall. Thank for your time
Solution: What I feel will serve you best is a 4′ fluorescent fixture each with 6-54w T-5 HO lamps in each. The layout would be 4 across and 3 deep for a total of 12 fixtures. This arrangement will provide 49 foot candles of light at 4 ft. I’d suggest 2-4 circuits so they may be switched on according to your needs.
Request March 2013: Private Hangar
have a 42 X 33 foot hangar with ceiling height of 16 feet. I’m interested in what my options are for overhead lights both in LED’s and other. Costs and availability please
Request March 2013: U.S. Air Force Base
an open-air sun shade aircraft maintenance facility. It is over 900′ long! Approx. 270 400w MH/HPS hi-bays now installed at about 25′ high. He is interested in LED solutions. In addition, they will need about 40 canopy LED’s for security lighting down the center
Request: February 2013 Private Hangar:
Building a 50x 72 (3600 square foot) hanger with a ceiling height of 16 feet. I am interested in what my options are for economical lighting. Thanks
Request February 2013: Malaysia Airlines
Please quote us,aircraft maintenance’s a pair of lighting 500w & 1000w , lighting stand with extension cable 50m for power source.
Solution: A 400w Induction lamp will typically replace an 800w Metal Halide type. We use this extensively in hi bay hangar and ramp lighting solutions to save time and money for our clients
Request February 2013: Private Hangar
Abilene, TX has a Quonset facility with appx six 2L F96, 85 x 100, 13 ft door height sloping to 25 ft in the center. Remaining area is unlit.
Request February 2013: interior aircraft lighting for production line
We are currently starting a production line on a small private jet fuselage and are needing some sort of low profile led strip light to temporarily mount insdie the aircraft during installations and moved every few days. If this is something you may be able to help with or guide me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated.
Solution: a pair of 6’ Simpletube Platinum units. They could be hung on a temporary basis and moved as they need to. Or a three pack of same mounted on a tri-pod.
Request February 2013: Hangar in Seychelles
Could I please get an indication of cost for lighting a 25m x 25m with a height of 8.750m in the centre, RUBB hangar.
Solution: Most of the work we do is to replace the MH with Induction. Utilizing 20 induction fixtures of 250w will use just 5,080 watts (100,000 hr.), provide a better light, a 10 yr. warranty, last 11.5 yrs. running 24/7, or 20+ years on a 12 on/ 12 off schedule, operate silently without the typical buzz caused by MH ballasts, will instant re-strike and save at least half of your electricity usage compared to the MH. More savings come in the form of man hours to change MH lamps and ballasts, lift usage and having to disrupt the operation to move aircraft to change the lamps/ballasts. Not to mention the cost of the lamps and ballasts.
The layout would be 4 rows and 5 columns equalling 20 fixtures
Request January 2013: U.S. Air Force
The 3 hangar buildings are each the same dimensions. They are each 92′ x 144′. Each building houses 2 planes. These individuals plane housings measure approximately 92 x 72′ (outside dimensions).
Solution: The 32500 draws a total of 515 Watts so a little less then the T5 fixtures. Warranties are good at 10 years for the bulb and the ballast so there should be no worries there. The CRI is very close as well.
I also noticed that they were looking for dimming capability if I read that right. So I’ve attached the Dimming High Bay as well
Request January 2013: Airfield Lighting
I just found your email id from website as we are looking for Aviation lamps for Aircraft hangers in India. These lights will go on top of Hanger as per attached picture.
Solution: I believe you are looking for outside ramp lighting. We offer an excellent product which utilizes long lasting Induction technology. Virtually maintanence free operation 12 on /12 off for 20+ years while saving 40-60% of the energy needed to power typical Metal Halide lamps. Our product offers a 100,000 hr. rated life and come with a 10 year warranty.
We have installed at XJet an FBO, KAPA, the 500w solution. Many pilots comment on how much easier on the eyes they find these lights as compared to the MH types. Better light without the hotspot or glare.
Request January 2013: Hangar Saudi Arabia
IP65 rated 85W Induction High bay Luminaires’ of 684 units that will be distributed among 11 Hangers. Power fed of the project is 220V-60Hz
Solution: I have the solution to your inquiry. We make an 80w and a 100w model, to my knowledge the availability of an 85w Induction lamp is quite rare. Manufactured in the US the IP65 specification will be assured as per your clients requirement, no problem.
In this quotation, I will offer both the 80w (6,400 initial lumens) and the 100w (8,000 initial lumens) versions. The fixtures will carry a 10 yr. warranty as well as a 100,000 hr. rated life expectancy. We offer free shipping to any contiguous US port of call, expect 60-75 day delivery time
request January 2013: RAF UK
We’re looking into trying to redo our entire lighting system in our maintenance hangar. We currently use 80 of the 400W Halide lights. Obviously they’re not very efficient when it comes to lighting for inspecting aircraft.
Request January 2013: New Hangar
Hangar lighting in MT. new hangar, 60 x 60 12ft height
Solution: The updated dimensions will be 23.75 x 23.75 inches. There is no knockout on this fixture. The power cord comes from the top side where the ballasts are located. They will come with a 3’ cord without a plug. I’m sure you will be able to easily modify to your liking.
Request January 2013: Hangar Lights
50 x 80 hanger. Have four halogen lights now. Burn out to often and takes cherry picker to replace
Request December 2012: T-hanger lighting
Solution: May I suggest using 5-200w Induction fixtures per hangar. Each providing 16,000 initial lumens which will total 70+ foot candles of light. You may also consider the 150w version which would give 12,000 initial lumens and create about 60fc and also be well received.
Request December 2012: a large hangar in East Africa preparing for 69 fixtures at at least 40′ (12m) above ground.
Solution: Using the 400w version will provide an abundance of light (70fc) at a work height of 4.5 ft.
Request December 2012: looking to retrofit our hanger with energy efficient lighting. what about switching lights on and off during the day ( whats more efficient ? )
Solution: Induction 200w retrofit would cost just $ 4,284.32 a year to operate and provide 75 fc at .665 watts per sq.ft. Better light at a 20% reduction in cost
Request December 2013: replacing light fixtures in three aircraft hangers (total of 36 lights). The specifications require that we use a “Raptor” or equivalent.
Solution: suggest using the LP3600, a 600w arrangement which will provide 100,000 hr. vs 40,000 hr. while Induction will maintain better than 70% of initial lumens at 75,000 hr. The Raptor 10 consumes 562 watts so this is close while not needing to change 60 lamps per hangar bay
Request December 2012: Presently we have 1,000 watts Metal Halide light fixtures installed on the plane parking areas. I have been requested to replace the light fixtures with stadium type fixtures and with Induction lamps.
Solution: May I suggest using either the 39400 (400 watt) or 39500 (500 watt) units.
Request November 2012: We are planning to construct an MRO facility at the International Airport. We are looking forward to install highly efficient and cost effective lighting systems in the Hangar
Solution: Utilizing 272 induction fixtures of 750w will use just 208,080 watts, provide a better light, a 10 yr. warranty, last 11.5 yrs. The layout would be 16 rows and 17 columns equaling 272 fixtures. I suggest considering using the 600w on the rows (2 or 3)which are lower along the sides and the 750w on all the rest.
Request November 2012: I am looking to put ceiling lights in a new hangar that I’m building.would this type of lighting system be to expensive for a 50 X 50 foot hangar?
Request November 2012: I would be interested in talking to you about your induction lighting for our Hangars and also for our street lighting. We are using 5”x5” square metal posts for our street lights with a 400 watt metal halide bulb on the street and a 250 watt bulb for the parking areas
Request November 2012: I’m building a 70 x 96 x18 hanger. The use is for storage only. No offices or shop. What lighting do I need? I’m finishing the inside with white liner steel….
Solution: 12- 250w induction fixtures laid out in a 3×4 pattern. Not having to get a lift and electrician time and time again to maintain your lighting makes quite a difference in the long term. Energy efficiency is also very important and the induction solution will do the job on less than half the power of the flourescent. 6300w(T-8) vs 3000w(induction).
Request November 2012: My hangar requires some additional lighting. We are looking for low-cost alternative to supplement the lighting in a short term leased hanger
Request November 2012: I have to chose hangar lights for hangar that is 16 metres x 13 metres ( about 52 feet x 43 feet) and is high 5 metres ( about 16 feet). Inside this hangar we need about 100-150 foot-candels
Solution: In respect to your hangar, I suggest using 12- 300w induction high bay fixtures. Arranged in a 4 across and with 3 rows will provide in excess of 100 fc’s.
Request October 2012: requesting a “short term” solution to their 100ft high (400x 400). Scheduled for a full retrofit in a few years, looking for something “inexpensive” – possibly wall mount might work
Solution: I would recommend using the 32-750w solution because it provides the most fc’s on the ground for the interim and will allow you to appreciate the qualities of the Induction light source moving forward
Request October 2012: Our first hangar is 2,760 ft^2 measuring 60ft long x 40ft wide x 23ft high with 9 250W high pressure sodium lights evenly spaced in 3 rows of 3 lights with the bottom of the lights hanging at 18 ft above the floor. This provides us with about 12 foot-candles of illumination at waist height
Solution: Replace with 150W Induction light fixture
Request October 2012: replace existing 1000W MH fixtures in aircraft hangar. has 44’ H in the center and 24’ on sides.
Solution: replace the (24)-400w MH with 32250-347v (250w 32″ High Bay) and the (28)-1000w MH with 32500-347v (500w 32″ High Bay both with Aluminum Reflectors).
Request July 2012: I’m building a 50 by 50 20 ft high all steel Insulated hanger. What would you recommend and cost
Solution: would recommend six 200W Induction fixtures in a three by two pattern
Request July 2012: T Hangar dimensions are 44′ with a 16′ height
Solution: For inside the T hangars. 3 across the front and 2 near the tail area. Outside 8 Induction Wall Packs with motion sensors
Request June 2012: Hangar dimensions are 50’x 50′ and approx. 15′ high.
Solution: The fixtures will be each 4’x14″ and have 4- 54w T-5HO lamps. The ballasts are rated 120-270v. The lamps will have a CRI of 80 and will be rated at 4100k. The hangar lights will be installed at 12′ or about 3′ from the ceiling. Orientation will be 3 rows of 3 fixtures. Suggestion: The electrician to create 3 zones (3 switches) so you can have light where it’s needed yet not wasted.
Request April 2012: Retrofit of an existing hangar.
Solution: 10 ceiling Metal Halide of 500 Watt each and 4 wall mounted Metal halide of 500 Watt each Proposed solution; Retrofit existing hangar lights ceiling 500w MH lamps with 250w Induction. Same with the wall mounted fixtures
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