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Warom Lighting Co., China Explosion Proof State Industrial Lighting manufacturers and Industrial Lighting Lamp factory.

Warom Lighting Co., Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Huarong Technology Co., Ltd. Its predecessor was the professional lighting division of Huarong Technology Co., Ltd. It mainly operates in a relatively complex and reliable environment. Professional lighting products with high requirements and special performance requirements such as explosion-proof, waterproof, shock-proof and dust-proof.

Warom Lighting has strong technical strength, participated in the drafting of 13 national standards, obtained more than 300 patents, and has a well-known reputation in the industry for its ability to meet the individual needs of users and rapid response to user needs. The executive director of the association, the vice chairman of the Shanghai Lighting Society, the vice chairman of the Shanghai Lighting Industry Association, and the vice chairman of the Shanghai Pudong Intelligent Lighting Federation.

Warom Lighting has strong production capacity and has established an advanced information management platform. Key processes such as die casting, machining, welding, and spraying have been automated. It has passed ISO9001, ISO14001, OHSAS18001, ATEX, PTB, BV, LCIE, IECEx, DNV and other international system certifications, Huarong Product Testing Center has obtained the laboratory accreditation certificate of China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS), and is an ICECx-approved manufacturer's registered laboratory, which can independently complete environmental, optoelectronic, mechanical and other performance tests.

Warom lighting products are safe, reliable, green and intelligent, and are widely used in railways, electric power, factories, oil fields, emergency rescue, education, military products and other industries. Huarong Lighting has sales and service outlets all over the country, providing professional, high-quality and efficient services to users. Huarong Lighting is actively participating in the "One Belt, One Road" strategy, accelerating the pace of internationalization, strengthening international exchanges and cooperation, and providing high-quality products and services to global customers.

Warom Lighting adheres to the lofty mission of "creating value for users and realizing dreams for employees", and is determined to build the first brand of industrial lighting in China.

Industry Knowledge

What are the different types of industrial lighting systems?

There are several different types of industrial lighting systems commonly used in various industrial environments. Some of the main types include:
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Lighting: LED lighting has become increasingly popular in industrial applications due to its energy efficiency, long lifespan, and versatility. LED lights are available in various forms, including high bay lights, floodlights, and linear fixtures. They are commonly used in manufacturing facilities, production lines, storage areas, and parking lots.
Fluorescent Lighting: Fluorescent lights are known for their energy efficiency and are often used in industrial settings where a large amount of general lighting is required. They are available in different configurations, such as T5, T8, and T12 tubes, and are commonly used in offices, commercial buildings, and some industrial areas.
Induction Lighting: Induction lighting uses electromagnetic fields to generate light. It is known for its long lifespan and high energy efficiency. Induction lights are often used in industrial applications that require high-quality lighting with minimal maintenance requirements, such as warehouses, tunnels, and outdoor areas.
Incandescent Lighting: Incandescent lights produce light by heating a filament inside a bulb. Although they are less commonly used in industrial settings due to their lower energy efficiency, they can still be found in some specialized applications or smaller industrial spaces.
Fiber Optic Lighting: Fiber optic lighting systems use optical fibers to transmit light from a remote light source to specific locations. They are often used in industrial environments where there is a need for precise and flexible lighting, such as inspection areas or hazardous locations.
Emergency Lighting: Industrial spaces typically require emergency lighting systems to provide illumination in the event of a power outage or emergency situation. Emergency lighting systems usually consist of battery-powered lights, exit signs, and backup power sources.

How does industrial lighting contribute to workplace safety?

Industrial lighting plays a crucial role in ensuring workplace safety in several ways:
Visibility and Visual Clarity: Adequate lighting levels provide good visibility, allowing workers to see clearly and accurately perceive their surroundings. This reduces the risk of accidents, trips, slips, and collisions with objects or equipment. Well-lit areas help workers detect potential hazards, obstacles, or unsafe conditions, such as spills, uneven surfaces, or machinery malfunctions.
Task Performance: Proper lighting enables workers to perform their tasks effectively and accurately. In industrial settings, where precise measurements, inspections, or intricate assembly work are common, adequate lighting is essential for accurate judgments, quality control, and error reduction. High-quality lighting systems with appropriate color rendering properties can enhance visual acuity and reduce eye strain, leading to improved productivity and reduced errors.
Emergency Situations: In the event of an emergency, such as a fire, power outage, or evacuation, well-placed and properly functioning emergency lighting systems can guide workers to exits and emergency equipment. Emergency lighting ensures that escape routes and critical safety equipment, such as fire extinguishers or emergency exits, are clearly visible, allowing workers to safely evacuate or respond to the situation.
Hazard Identification: Effective lighting helps identify and highlight potential hazards or warning signs. This includes marking hazardous areas, safety signage, caution labels, and identifying obstacles, moving machinery, or danger zones. Industrial lighting systems can use specific colors or flashing lights to draw attention to potential risks, alerting workers to exercise caution and follow safety protocols.
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