STANDARD lighting experts recommended that the dairy farm owners install narrow LED vapor-tight luminaires in the newly modernized space that houses their dairy cows.
STANDARD provided LED ECO High bay fixtures for the work and construction areas of Western Modular Homes'custom-made modular homes.
All traditional High Bay fixtures were replaced with LED equivalents, allowing for a significant lighting upgrade in BA Robinson’s warehouse in Calgary.
This airport food processing facility was in need of a full transformation of its lighting system. Today, the company can boast savings of 61% on its energy consumption.
The warehouse interior was completely redesigned, thus reducing the need for artificial light by 30% and increasing the input of natural light.
STANDARD offered Applied Industrial Technologies a solution that includes light panels, strip lights, as well as traditional centre basket high bay luminaires: a worthwhile solution for every space of this facility.
STANDARD significantly enhanced the level of light in this very dirty industrial machining factory by installing washable high bay bell shape luminaires.
STANDARD recommended a complete lighting overhaul for the company’s offices, its outdoor spaces as well as the industrial manufacturing plant.
STANDARD helped this Canadian toy wholesaler to upgrade its lighting system with LED T8 lamps to allow 68% energy savings.
Rather than change the entire lighting system of the Transit Henri IV warehouse facilities, STANDARD chose to modernize the lights without having to convert the electric circuit, thus lowering warehouse costs during the installation process.
Lighting modernization allows the Nortrax facility to reduce its energy consumption by 35% and benefit from a ROI in less than 5 months
By supporting property management in its choice of various lighting products and guiding them through the BC Hydro process, STANDARD became a first-choice lighting partner.