High Bay Lighting
As their name implies, high-bay lights are used to illuminate spaces with high ceilings. That usually means ceilings ranging from 20 feet to approximately 45 feet. Low-bay lights, on the other hand, are used for ceilings 20 feet and under. Because a high-ceiling location has more space to fill, a high-bay by definition is a powerful light source that can brighten up a large area.
One of the benefits of high-bay lighting is that it provides clear, uniform lighting of what’s below it with little glare. Different kinds of reflectors can accomplish different kinds of illumination tasks for high-bay lights. Aluminum reflectors make light from the fixtures flow directly downward to the floor, while prismatic reflectors create a more diffused lighting useful for illuminating shelves and other elevated objects in a space.
The right high-bay lighting choice can increase safety while maximizing energy efficiency and boosting productivity. At Take Three Lighting, we carry a wide range of high-bay lighting solutions available from the best manufacturers in the industry. For advice on the type of high-bay lighting that’s best for you, just give us a call at our toll-free number, drop us an email, or simply fill out our product quotation form. We love to hear from customers or potential customers and we look forward to working with you.