Larsonelectronics.com Releases Low Profile Explosion Proof Fluorescent Light
News from Houston Chronicle:

Larsonelectronics.com has announced the introduction of a low profile explosion proof light featuring high output and paint booth certification. Designed to provide compatibility with low profile mounting applications, the EPL-48-216 Explosion Proof Light Fixture from Larson Electronics provides high output in a less obtrusive form factor and is suitable for areas where flammable or explosive gases and vapors may be present.

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The EPL-48-216 explosion proof light fixture from Larsonelectronics.com is an ideal low profile fluorescent fixture for operations where high output and even light coverage is required. This fixture features four high output fluorescent lamps housed within a low profile fixture constructed of light weight yet du…………… continues on Houston Chronicle

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Green company lights the way
News from Akron Beacon Journal:

A small commercial lighting company in Green that sells LED lights to replace energy-sucking fluorescent and incandescent ones is seeing its sales surge.

“Sales doubled in 2012, and we’re expecting sales to quadruple this year,” said Steve Zeneri, president and founder of Vivid Leds Inc. Last year’s sales totaled nearly $ 1 million.

Vivid Leds, working with distributors nationwide, sells the newfangled LED lights to commercial customers, such as Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Lockheed Martin Corp. and local franchisees of McDonald’s Corp. The company’s LEDs light up everything from warehouses to parking lots to gymnasiums.

“We do so well in our business because we offer efficient LED lighting that can replace those lights being phased out,” Zeneri said.

Manufacturers are phasing out certain types of inefficient fluor­escent and incandescent bulbs, in moves propelled by federal government mandates.

Meanwhile, electric utilities — in response to a state law that mandates they cut consumption — are offering companies financial incentives to purchase the new energy-saving lighting.

LEDs — light-emitting diodes — are semiconductor devices that light up when electrical current passes through.

Vivid Leds last month moved from a small office in Plain Township to larger quarters in Green.

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