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Review

Review

In 2009 the United States Department of Energy issued efficacy standards for general service fluorescent lamps that implement new lumens per watt regulations for linear and U-bend types. The new standards took effect on July 14, 2012 resulting in elimination of many inefficient 4-foot T12 and 2-foot T12 U-bend lamps, most 8-foot T12 lamps and some 4-foot T8 lamps.

Do you have an installed base of T12 and old or obsolete T8 lamps? Oh no! Now what!?!

Repair/Replace

Repair/Replace

Don't worry. You have options with ES&E including:

  • Direct replacement lamps - ES&E stocks certain T12 lamps as a direct replacement for your old lamps.
  • Retrofit kits - Replace the lamp ballast while leaving the fixture intact saving time and labor.
  • Full replacement fixtures - Replace the entire fixture with the latest in lamp technology
  • ES&E Turnkey Solution - Free walkthrough/audit, custom quote, worry-free rebate process, and lamp disposal
Recycle

Recycle

What do I do with my old lamps and ballast? ES&E can help.Click here for more information on lamp recycling.

Please call ES&E for more information and ask how you can make your plant more energy efficient by upgrading your lighting. We can discuss your options, provide custom quotes, and ensure a smooth process from start to finish. Check with your local energy provider for rebates and energy incentives. Many of these programs are available for a limited time.


Ballast Retrofit Video




Sylvania Online Lamp Replacement Tool

Get information on replacement lamps with Sylvania's Lamp Legislation Replacement Tool. Click here to access the online tool.

 
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