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Stop Vandals In Their Tracks

For reasons I cannot understand, people like to destroy things. Whether it is in a school or prison, exit signs and emergency lights tend to be the target of vandalism. We won't stand for it and neither should you - we are proud to offer Vandal Proof Exit Signs. These exit signs are constructed with [...]

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Affordable Options

Yesterday we discussed the longterm benefits of tritium exit signs. Today we'll go over a few affordable options that will provide reliable illumination and are guaranteed to meet code compliance. These fixtures carry a UL 924 listing, which means they can be used anywhere in the United States. For basic indoor applications, you can't go wrong [...]

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Good For The Environment, Great For Your Wallet

If you are looking for an exit sign that is as environmentally friendly as possible, look no further. The self luminous exit sign requires no AC connection, no battery, and only has a minor carbon footprint when it needs to be recycled at the end of its 20 year life. These fixtures use tritium, a [...]

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European Fixtures Coming Soon

In the upcoming weeks we'll be rolling out new emergency lights and exit signs specifically designed for European markets. Italy - covered. England - covered. Spain - covered. Wherever you are in Europe, we will have an emergency fixture for you. Standards are different across the pond and beyond, so these fixtures are a bit [...]

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Emergency Light In A New Light

Most people view emergency lights and exit signs as a boring but necessary part of building construction and design. There's no denying how important they are for safety, but these fixtures get a bad rap as being eyesores that are all function and no form. This may be true in some cases, but there are [...]

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Fixated On Fixtures

Since joining the Emergency Lights Co. team, I've become obsessed with spotting exit signs and emergency lights wherever I go. It's like spotting a rare bird in the wild, except I don't keep track of them in a journal. At least not yet. The first subject looks to be a Self Luminous Exit sign with a [...]

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Designing Explosion Proof Emergency Lights

Explosion proof emergency lights are designed for hazardous locations, such as off-shore drilling rigs, manufacturing facilities, and processing plants. In such situations a variety of flammable and ignitable gases can be present, which can cause explosions. To prevent such dangerous situations, explosion proof emergency lights are hermetically sealed and made from the most durable and long-lasting [...]

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LED Emergency Lighting Advances

LED lighting has come a long way in the last 10 years. The quality and affordability of LED lighting fixtures has improved immensely. LED lights reduce energy consumption by up to 90% while maintaining light quality and extending product lifespan by an average of 50,000 hours. Even though emergency lights do not operate as much as [...]

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Advances in Wet Location Emergency Lights

Wet location emergency lights, commonly referred to as waterproof or weatherproof, have seen many advances in technology over the last ten years. The quality of the polycarbonate housings has increased - further insuring the light's impenetrability from moisture such as rain or snow. For applications that feature cold temperatures, below 40 F, an internal battery heater [...]

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Recessed Lithonia Edge Lit Exit Sign

I'm at Haze right now. They have solid looking Edge Lit Exit Signs. Recessed aluminum exit signs look nice, but paying $200 plus isn't worth it. Buy Recessed Edge Lits now!!!!

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