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Commercial Lighting vs. Industrial Lighting
Data: 2016/3/30 15:49:23

   


The difference between commercial lighting and industrial lighting is the application. 


Commercial lighting application areas include electrical energy used in service-providing facilities and equipment of businesses; federal, state, and local governments; and other private and public organizations. Commercial areas are defined as non-manufacturing business establishments, including hotels, restaurants, wholesale businesses, retail stores, warehouses, storage facilities, and health, social and educational institutions. 



The Industrial Lighting application areas typically contains food processing, manufacturing, high tech, metal processing, and pulp and paper firms. In particular, it includes fixed pieces of equipment, buildings or complexes used to produce goods in connection with, or as part of, any process or system. Also included are, voltage optimization, water and wastewater systems, transport processing or other activity involving .



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