MyLEDLightingGuide announces the availability of a high temperature LED flood light.

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Rated from -85F to +190F it’s the perfect LED lighting fixture for hot areas.

High Temperature LED Flood Light

High Temperature LED Flood Light

Power generation facilities, steel and iron producers, glass manufacturers, are just a few of the high-temperature environments that could benefit from this energy-saving LED light.

MyLEDLightingGuide announces the availability of the solid state LED Ambient High Temperature Flood Light rated from -85F to +190F. The perfect fixture for hot areas inside your facility! It was originally released for high bay applications. Now it comes with a trunnion mount so that it can be used as a flood light.

Features:

  •     Massive custom heat sink allows this family of Industrial Indoor Bay Fixtures to operate in temperatures from -85F to +190F
  •     ETL Listed with a 5-year warranty
  •     Flood comes with a standard trunnion mount; high bays come with hook mount or pendant adapter
  •     Solid state design
  •     Under driven components to maximize reduced heat production

“Power generation facilities, steel and iron producers, glass manufacturers, are just a few of the high-temperature environments that could benefit from this energy-saving LED light” said Dwayne Kula, President of MyLEDLightingGuide.
This particular high-temperature LED light has multiple mounting options making its design flexible to be used as a high bay or a flood light.

For specifications like watts, lumens, voltage, color temperature, and energy savings estimates visit https://www.myledlightingguide.com/led-flood-light-190f.

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It is the primary goal at MyLEDLightingGuide.com to help commercial customers save energy and money by using safe, efficient LED lighting for their facilities. Our goals are to educate the customer with real information about LED Lighting and show them how to convert from their older style lights over to LED.

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