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Industrial Highbay/Lowbay Fixtures



Illuminate a large areas with industrial high bay and low bay lights. These powerful light fixtures allow you to reduce the number of fixtures needed per square foot. Suitable forms of energy efficient lighting, high bay and low bay lights generally incur lower maintenance costs compared to other methods of lighting because you are only maintaining fixture over a larger area, versus multiple smaller fixtures. Choose from a variety of high bay and low bay lighting styles from Take Three Lighting, which has the high bay or low bay lights that will perfectly fit within your specific application needs.

Take Three Lighting offers high bay and low bay lights from a variety of manufacturers, including H.E. Williams, MaxLite, Juno, and LightCorp in a variety of color temperatures, with outputs of between 11,000 lumens and 22,000 lumens, and even up to 60,000 lumens!. The wattages of these high bay and low bay lights vary greatly depending on their capability and output, but generally range from 60 watts to 600 watts. By using energy-efficient fluorescent or LED fixtures, you are able to save a substantial amount of money over traditional industrial HID light sources.

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High bay lights are industrial style fixtures employed in vast areas with very high ceilings, such as big-box retail spaces, warehouses, factories, gymnasiums and other structures with ceilings between 20 and 45 feet high. Reduced glare and uniformity of illumination are two of the selling points of high bay lighting, which is both dense and intense compared to other types of lighting. High bays that are LED-based provide exceptional quality and energy efficiency that can lower utility costs. Fluorescent high bay lights distribute light effectively without glare, too, and typically come with less of an upfront cost than LED high bays. Both types will greatly reduce your monthly electric bill when replacing traditional HID high bay lights.

When you have a ceiling that is 20 feet or lower, low bay lights are the better option in order to spread the light out over a wide area. They are typically used in workshops, labs, and small storage facilities where, although the ceilings are not high, the need for bright illumination remains vital. High bay lights, on the other hand, are designed for ceilings heights above 20 feet and generally have more focused optics in order to ensure the light reaches the floor of your warehouse in order to provide proper footcandle levels.