Our mission is to supply cutting edge, environmentally friendly and economical products to our clients so they can reduce costs, energy consumption and the environmental impact around the world.

LEDs and Heat

LEDs are known for being cool to the touch and this is because they generally don't produce heat in the form of infrared (IR) radiation. Alternatively, IR radiation heats the enclosures and surroundings of incandescent bulbs and other sources, making them hot to the touch. The absence of IR radiation allows LED fixtures to be positioned in locations where heating from conventional sources would cause a particular problem. For example: illuminating food or textiles.

Since LED lighting systems don't radiate heat the same way an incandescent or halogen light bulb does, the heat produced from the power going into the product must be drawn away from the LEDs. This is usually done with a heat sink, which is a passive device that absorbs the heat produced and dissipates it into the surrounding environment. This keeps LEDs from overheating and burning out.

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Our business specializes in the intelligent management of both small and large-scale commercial and industrial energy projects—specifically, we engineer and implement energy-efficient, commercial LED lighting solutions designed to help our customers cut costs, lower power consumption, and reduce their environmental footprint.

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Eco Friendly
Non toxic, reduced CO2 output, fully recyclable

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Energy Saving
Most cost effective lighting system available today!

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Cost Effective
6 Month Return on Investment on average.

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