80% of indoor grow room fires are due to HID/MH/HPS lighting systems.
Santa Rosa, Ca (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
KIND LED puts out the fire as DE (Double Ended) Indoor Grow Lighting Systems are catching heat with cities.
Colorado and California Cities begin to ban DE (Double Ended) Lighting systems which include the lights of Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium and HID lights citing fire concerns and the potential affects these lights may on the structural integrity of indoor grow areas due to their higher than industry average fire hazard.
There are many safety concerns due to the high amount of heat that is emitted for long duration's of time, typically with minimal supervision with the indoor DE lights in particular fire and mercury. 80% of Indoor Grow Room fires are due to DE grow room set ups and their lighting systems. Mercury leakage issues are at the fore front in Colorado Springs, CO ban.
KIND LED Indoor Grow Lights, has spear headed the safety of indoor grow room lighting since 2012. Their cutting edge and industry leading technology has made them the pioneers with in the indoor led grow light community. Their 3 and 5 watt diode 12 par full spectrum light systems come equipped with their own built in circulation fans reducing the need for additional ducting and circulation fans and emit virtually no heat.
KIND LED was recently UL Listed and looks to continue pioneering the way for indoor grow light companies. Expanding its focus from the personal indoor grower, they begin to enter the research and commercial large scale growing community.
KIND LED continues to invest in the community by donating their lights to many colleges around USA and Canada, for unbiased, in-depth, third party university studies. In additional to its research and develop, KIND continues partnering with established commercial growers in Norther California. KIND most recently began R&D with the salt water reef community in Arizona.
With the UL listing wind in KIND LED’s sails, look to see KIND adding to their portfolio of lights as well as enhancing on their original lines of K3 and K5 series lights with continued advancements in the indoor grow light community.