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About Workshop Lighting Fixtures

For the initiated, a workshop is a place of solitude where one works his heart off. Be it a new construction, or overhauling an existing one, planning the workshop lighting constitutes as one of the most important factors to be considered while designing the layout. 

Lighting inside a workshop needs to be such that it incorporates a lot of factors such as the CRI, CCT, Lumen output etc. All these factors need to be considered while laying out the plan for lighting up the warehouse. With so many variables involved, it is not an easy task to plan and then execute the lighting for a workshop. 

The lighting technology which you are going to use will be detrimental to weather your lighting will save you money or not. Conventional workshop lighting are suckers for energy and will cost you a bomb each month when the utility bill comes. 

The first and foremost tip we have for you is to go for LED workshop lights. This will help you save a lot of money on utility bills. If you want to go into specifics we can arrange that as well. Specifically, by using LED lights, you can save up to 75% on your utility bills

The best lighting for garage workshop is that which saves you money without compromising on the quality of lighting. 

What are the factors which affect workshop lighting 

Size 

First and foremost, the size of the workshop is the most important factor which will define the layout of the lighting. The size of the workshop will also decide the kind of lights you will use in your workshop. 

For a small workshop while LED tubes and LED bulbs can suffice but you will need High Bay LED lights or LED integrated tubes for a larger workshop. 

Color temperature 

One of the not so known factor, but the color of the wall determines the color temperature of the light you will use. 

A color temperature below 2000 Kelvin is a dim glow of light. 2000-3000 Kelvin is the range in which a soft white light appears often yellowish in color. 3100-4500 Kelvin gives a bright white light. 4600-6500 Kelvin is similar to daylight. Lighting with a CCT of more than 6500 Kelvin is a bright bluish hue of light and is best for places where very bright illumination is needed. 

Lighting position

The position where you will install the light will also make a difference in terms of glare and dark spots. 

Ambient lighting

For good ambient lighting, use ultra-bright High Bay LED light which will give you an ample amount of light while you will need in your workshop. Suspended fixtures and integrated tubes provide great lighting as well for the needed ambient lighting in your workshop.