Industrial Lighting

With their high levels of performance adding to the functionality of the space, industrial lights are an important part of any commercial or factory setting. Fortunately, we stock a huge selection of industrial lights for your needs. From high bay fixtures ranging from LED, T5, T8, and T5HO and Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) to low bay fixtures ranging from LED, T8, T5, T5HO, and CFL, we have every fixture you could possibly need for this application.

We know that industrial lights are an important part of your business which is why we offer a wide selection of high bay fixtures, low bay fixtures, strip fixtures, retrofit kits, used fixtures, vapor tight and wet location fixtures, and hazardous area/explosion proof fixtures. Each of these options is specially tailored to the needs and requirements of a certain commercial area and, when chosen correctly, can help your commercial or warehouse space perform better than ever before.

Warehouse and Industrial Lighting

High Bay Fixtures and Industrial Low Bays

All of our low bay and high bay fixtures are available in several options styles like linear, UFO and traditional round as well as lighting sources like T5, T8, and high efficiency LED. For areas with low ceilings, our low bay lamps provide a pleasing light source. For areas with high, vaulted ceilings or large buildings in need of extra power, high bay fixtures provide a concentrated light spread without losing concentration from being placed so high up.

Industrial Strip Lighting

Shop our selection of industrial strip lights which are perfect for large spaces that need high-quality illumination without bulk. Whether you're looking for 4-foot or 8-foot lengths, we feature products that are available with T8, T5HO and LED technology. We also offer smaller options ideal for lighting tight spaces in any business.

Vapor Tight Lights

Choose wet location fixtures for areas where the moisture level is high enough to ruin standard fixtures. Whether shopping for wet or hazardous locations, these fixtures offer the right ratings to ensure performance and durability for the toughest of settings.

Shop Lights

Our selection of shop lights features a range of options to help you pinpoint the right one. Our selection of shop lights include high bays, low bays, and strip fixtures. The right shop light will depend on a few factors such as the available space, the light spread required, and the mounting preference. Regardless of which type is right for your location, we offer the top brands you are looking for.

Hazardous & Explosion Proof Lights

Hazardous area fixtures or explosion proof fixtures for spaces where chemical vapors are prevalent are a must have for such a tough environment. Our collection of Hazardous Area/Explosion Proof Lighting provide superior illumination in the most extreme environments.

Portable/Construction Lighting

When you need lighting solutions that are durable enough to withstand tough conditions or lighting that can go wherever you need it, this selection has it all in one place. Choose from several options in terms of design and specifications to get the right solution for the needs of the job.

Industrial Ceiling Fans

Among our selection of industrial solutions is a wide variety of high-strength, high-output ceiling fans. If you're working in an area that needs plenty of air circulation thanks to fumes or other causes, our selection of high-performing ceiling fans offers the best solutions in a range of sizes and operational choices.

Used Lighting/Retrofit Solutions

If you're looking to save some money, shop our selection of used fixtures or retrofit kits, which are perfect for updating your existing lamps and making them more efficient and more functional. Choose from a wide range of options within this category to find the right choice for your existing lighting solution and budget.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Industrial light fixtures?

Industrial lights are a critical part of any business and include: 

  • High Bay Lights 
  • Low Bay Lights 
  • Vapor Tight Lights 
  • Shop Lights 
  • Explosion Proof Lights 
  • Portable Lighting

These industrial lighting fixtures are specially designed to meet the lighting needs and requirements of commercial areas while considering the environment and luminosity needs of the workspace. They are typically heavy duty, well-constructed, and designed to meet the demands of the environments they are placed in.

Where are Warehouse Lighting and Industrial Lighting fixtures Used?

Industrial lights have multiple applications across a range of industries, including workshops, factories and assembly lines. You will also industrial and warehouse style lights in large recreational facilities and gyms. They can be used for large conference halls, event centers and are even used in hangars and other large, cavernous buildings. Here are some examples where high bay lights are used:

What is Warehouse Lighting?

Warehouse lighting requires a different approach to lighting spaces. High and low-bay down lighting along with powerful heavy-duty linear lights are low-maintenance and energy-saving lighting solutions. The correct lighting in a warehouse will improve visibility in the workspace, help eliminate scenarios where employees accidentally injure themselves, and help present the facility in a clean and professional manner.

What are the different types of Warehouse lighting fixtures?

Warehouse lights come in different shapes and styles but can generally be classified into one these categories: 

  • UFO High Bay Lights 
  • Linear High Bay Lights 
  • Vapor Tight High Bay Lights 
  • Low Bay Lights 

Warehouse light fixtures may use LED, fluorescent or metal halide as their light source. These industrial lights can also have shields, diffusers or reflectors to help shape the light for the target area.

What are Some Warehouse Lighting Best Practices?

Understand the lighting requirements for the task at hand.
Do your employees need to read fine print to pick products accurately? The proper lighting will help your employees read labels and improve their accuracy.

Understand the layout of your warehouse.

High, fully stocked aisles of goods may require aisle lighting while low shelving may be able to utilize general space lighting.

Less is not always more 
The less you spend on lighting, the more you may spend dealing with returns, damaged goods, staff turnover and workplace accidents due to low levels of lighting.

Watch your energy consumption
By understanding the workflow of you warehouse, you may be able to use lighting controls and sensors to turn lights on and off as necessary to minimize your energy spend.