Industrial

Switch to LED Without Replacing Your Fixtures

Lighting upgrades can seem like a hassle, but they don’t have to be. With Philips InstantFit LED lamps, you don’t have to replace your existing fluorescent fixtures, or fully rewire anything to retrofit to LED. Time and labor costs are low, and long-term savings are high. Why Upgrade to LED? Of course we all know […]

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Why Should You Assess Your Structured Cable Requirements?

Do you know if your network infrastructure is in line? Often structured cable is only looked at when something goes wrong, or if it’s being expanded. As such, physical network infrastructure tends to grow naturally and lose uniformity. Updating your structured cable can seem like an overwhelming project to undertake, but is important for efficiency […]

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Verifying the Absence of Voltage Before Servicing Electrical Equipment

When dealing with electrical equipment, there are certain safety precautions with which workers must comply. One of these is performing a voltage verification test to ensure no voltage is present before equipment is serviced. Absence of voltage tests (AVT) are necessary for the safety of workers, but they can be time-consuming.  Once installed, Panduit’s VeriSafe […]

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Considering Upgrading Your Lighting to LED? Get the Most Gain with the Least Pain.

Let’s face facts.  In today’s world of doing more with fewer resources, there is little time to dedicate to upgrading lighting in your facility.  With today’s LED lighting options, you can achieve improved light distribution in your facility with fewer fixtures and a better ROI than ever before. Here are few tips to get the […]

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Improve Your Facility Maintenance Program

Equipment and facility maintenance is a part of life for any company. However, there are many different approaches for how companies perform maintenance. Fluke has developed a reliability-centered maintenance program that is proven to be more time – and cost – efficient than other maintenance types. What Are the Main Types of Maintenance? Reactive:  Reactive […]

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Outdoor Lighting Solutions from Acuity Brands

Outdoor lighting is important for safety and security, but many outdoor lighting solutions have become dated and ineffective. Lithonia Lighting from Acuity Brands has a series of commercial outdoor lighting solutions that are on the forefront of LED innovations, resulting in brighter, more efficient lighting solutions. Why choose LED? Lithonia uses LED in its commercial […]

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Product Spotlight: EVERLINE from Universal Lighting Technologies

Interested in maximizing your energy savings? Lighting is one of the main energy outputs that companies can optimize to increase savings. Universal Lighting Technologies is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of lighting products and control systems. Universal’s EVERLINE® LED retrofit continuum provides a range of solutions for LEDs and upgrading fluorescent to […]

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Product Spotlight: New Eaton’s B-Line series Conduit Trapeze Support

Traditionally, strut trapeze is used for hanging and aligning conduit. Eaton has developed their new B-Line series Conduit Trapeze Support to cut down on the number of parts needed and installation time, while adding versatility. Eaton’s B-Line series Conduit Trapeze Support eliminates the need for pipe clamps at every location, and has a Z-shape design […]

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Using Industrial Barriers to Segregate Pedestrians from Danger

While there are many uses for industrial barriers, one of the most important is segregating pedestrians from dangerous equipment, such as forklifts or vehicles. Industrial safety barriers are a useful tool to protect workers, guests, equipment and product. Industrial barriers can mark and defend traffic routes, providing visual guidance for drivers. Conversely, barriers also define […]

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OSHA’s New Rule on Walking-Working Surfaces

Slip, trip and fall hazards are the leading cause of worker deaths and lost-workday injuries. However, the existing OSHA standards had not been updated since 1971. OSHA now has a final rule for walking-working surfaces to improve worker safety and bring the standard up to date with the latest technological advancements.

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