Simple Lighting Company Responds to new Silicon-Based Nanoparticles Reducing Price of LEDs

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New research has found that silicon based particles could reduce the cost of LEDs.

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Simple Lighting looks forward to more research being carried out with an end result of making this type of LED available to purchase

According to Science Daily in an article published on the 12th June 2013, LEDs could become less expensive to buy due to a material that can be manufactured in a cheaper and greener way. The silicone based nanoparticles made from natural sand, soften the blue light emitted by LEDs creating white light that more closely resembles sunlight. Currently, expensive substances known as rare earth element phosphors are used to soften the harsh blue light emitted by LEDs, which are expensive and costly to produce as well as being hazardous.

The recent findings are of great interest to Simple Lighting Company who has been supplying various type LED lights to domestic and commercial customers alike. Currently the company sells LED strip lights, LED plinth lights and LED Tape which uses earth element phosphors rather than the new suggested natural sand complex. On hearing the news, an expert from Simple Lighting Company added:

“The new proposed plan to replace the elements currently used in LEDs with natural, sand based elements sounds like a positive adjustment. It can reduce the cost of LEDs and replaces the toxins used to dim the bright blue light emitted by unchanged LEDs. Simple Lighting looks forward to more research being carried out with an end result of making this type of LED available to purchase.”

Simple Lighting Company continues to follow LED news.

Established in 2009, Simple Lighting Company aims to provide high quality lighting at some of the most competitive prices on the web. The company has grown considerably in recent years and supplies over 4000 products, specialising in LED lighting, LED tape lights, LED strip lights as well as indoor and outdoor lighting. Simple Lighting Company considers customer service its priority, regularly adding new products to the website.

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