LED industrial lighting is suitable for 3 of Dali's oil and gas industry.
Although the public has different views on the profitability of the oil and natural gas industry, many companies in the industry actually have very few operating profits. Like other industries, oil and gas production companies also need to control and reduce costs to maintain cash flow and profits. Therefore, more and more companies are adopting LED industrial lighting. So, why is that?
In a busy industrial environment, lighting costs account for a large part of the operating budget. The transition from traditional lighting to LED industrial lighting can reduce power consumption and utility cost by 50% or more. In addition, LED can provide high quality lighting level and run continuously for up to 50000 hours. Moreover, the LED industrial lighting design is more durable and can resist the common impact and impact of oil and gas operations. This durability can directly reduce maintenance costs.
The reduction of energy consumption is directly related to the load reduction of power facilities, thereby reducing the overall carbon emissions. When LED industrial lighting bulbs and lamps are at the end of their service life, they can usually be recycled without any hazardous waste.
LED industrial lighting can produce high quality lighting, with fewer shadows and fewer spots. Better visibility improves staff productivity and reduces errors and accidents that may occur in poor lighting conditions. LED industrial lighting can adjust light, improve staff alertness and reduce fatigue. Employees can also better distinguish details and color contrast to further improve productivity and staff safety.
LED industrial lighting enhances safety through more ways, rather than creating a better lighting environment. According to the OSHA standard, the production environment of oil and natural gas usually belongs to I dangerous environment, which means flammable vapour exists. Lighting in category I hazardous environments must be designed to be separated from potential ignition sources, such as electric spark and hot surfaces, and steam.
LED industrial lighting fully meets this requirement. Even if the lamp is vibrated or impacted by other equipment in the environment, the ignition source can be separated from the steam. Unlike other lamps that are prone to exploding faults, LED industrial lighting is actually explosion-proof. In addition, the physical temperature of LED industrial lighting operation is much lower than that of standard metal halide lamps or high pressure sodium industrial lamps, thus further reducing the risk of ignition.