keep aisles and machinery well-lit and ensure light levels are higher around operating surfaces where machinists work.
One example is a case study we recently posted on our website about Creed Monarch, a contract manufacturer in New Britain, Connecticut. With capabilities ranging from CNC milling and turning to multi-spindle machining, various forms of grinding, gear hobbing and more, the shop could likely be covered from a number of different technology angles. In this case, however, the story involves swapping high-pressure sodium (HPS) lighting for “intelligent” LEDs from Digital Lumens that can be controlled at the level of the individual fixture. The end result has been substantial energy cost savings, among other benefits. Click here to learn more.blog comments powered by Disqus