Are you planning to install or upgrade your manufacturing facility, induction lighting is your best bet. It helps you save energy while providing a range of cost and operational efficiencies.
What is Induction Lighting?
The induction lighting technology has been around for decades. Thanks to technological advances, it’s now cheaper than ever before. Thus, it’s an excellent alternative for municipal, commercial and school uses.
Induction lighting is surprisingly similar to fluorescent lighting. The glass fill contains mercury that gets excited upon applying electricity.
The mercury gas emits UV radiation that’s converted to visible light by the phosphor coating on your bulb.
We’ve seen that induction lamps are surprisingly similar to fluorescent bulbs. But what’s the difference between the two?
Fluorescent lighting uses electrodes inside its lamp. The wires strike the arc to initiate the current flow. Each successive strike degrad