The small compact light source of an HID lamp allows you to easily control beam angles. Furthermore, HID systems do not have any ceiling height restrictions, which makes them convenient for all high bay applications.

HID systems require the fewest lamps and ballasts; they require one lamp and one ballast per fixture, whereas fluorescent fixtures require 4 to 6 lamps and multiple ballasts. With fewer luminaires, ballasts, and lamps, the up-front cost to retrofit to a pulse start system is much lower and translates into less relamping and general maintenance.

HID lamps will perform equally well and maintain light output in both cold and warm applications!

When to Use Metal Halide?

These lamps offer a crisp white light and long life! Pulse Start lamps improve system performance, save energy and offer a quicker restrike time. They are mostly found in high bay applications and indoor or outdoor parking lots.

When to Use High Pressure Sodium?

HPS lamps are most often used in roadway applications to help reduce glare and improve nighttime visibility.

When to Use Ceramic Metal Halide?

CMH lamps offers high colour rendering (CRI), creating a brighter and more vibrant atmosphere! They are often used in retail applications to enhance merchandise displays and create a consistent and seamless look throughout the store.

One System Warranty

To maximize performance, combine STANDARD’s lamps and ballasts and extend your warranty through the One System Warranty.

Safety Max (protective lamp coating)

Safety Max coated lamps help contain glass, mercury (applies only to mercury containing lamps), metal and phosphors if the lamp is broken. Safety Max lamps provide the necessary protection for your company, production facility and employees while ensuring lumen output is not sacrificed.

Regulations for lighting and safety require protective lighting in some industries such as daycare centers, food processing, food service, and hospitality to ensure broken glass cannot come into contact with food products or personnel. It is a sure way to minimize the risk of contamination and ensure safety in your business. Disposal and lamp changes are easy and safe. Safety Max lamps are CFIA accredited.

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