Spraybooth LED Lighting - 60% saving in operating costs
Spraybooth LED Lighting
Spraybooth LED Lighting - Sustained uniformity of light & colour
Spraybooth LED Lighting – Crisp and clear illumination
LED Lighting That Lasts
Quality of light within the bodyshop and spraybooth is one of the most important features to consider when choosing between suppliers. Traditional lighting was in the form of standard fluorescent light sources, these have a tendency to deteriorate in colour and brightness as the tubes age. Using LED lights is the most efficient way of illumination and lighting, with an estimated energy efficiency of 80-90% when compared to traditional lighting and conventional light bulbs.
As more and more businesses take a longer-term view of their operating costs, a switch to lower-maintenance, longer-life LED lighting makes perfect economic sense. In fact, LED lighting is virtually maintenance free and in the vast majority of installations will operate for between ten and twenty years with no maintenance and with no compromise in the system’s high lux levels, crisp, clear illumination and colour uniformity. These unique features have to make LED lighting the most efficient and cost-effective lighting solution on the market today.
Lighting Longer Life – Bigger Savings
Junair has been at the forefront of lighting improvements to bodyshops and spraybooths for a number of years, and now we have the latest innovation for lighting with LED. Junair have been developing for over two years a specific LED light unit for use in bodyshops, workshops and spraybooths which creates a bright, clean light that replicates natural daylight. Another bright idea for any paint facility looking to reduce its carbon footprint and not least, its energy bills! Our range of LED lighting all benefit from a comprehensive 5-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Enhances your ‘green’ credentials
Environmentally too, LED lighting is certain to be the energy efficient lighting of choice in the years ahead. Fluorescent tubes contain lead and mercury. This presents businesses with the responsibility of ensuring that old tubes are disposed of safely and in a controlled way. As the shift towards ‘greener’ lighting solutions gathers pace across the UK industry, it is widely expected that fluorescent tubes will become increasingly expensive and, if they follow the route that the traditional bulbs have gone, they will be increasingly difficult to source.