by Staff Writers
Taipei, Taiwan (SPX) Jan 20, 2012
GlacialLight, a division of experienced technology manufacturer GlacialTech Inc., is pleased to announce that its environmentally-friendly LED lighting products are being used in many applications around the world and providing users with energy-saving light of the highest quality.
The Gong Clinic in Kaohsiung, Taiwan has seen a significant change in its energy bill ever since replacing their outdoor traditional mercury spotlights and fluorescent T8 tube lights with energy efficient GlacialLight LED lights.
By changing their outdoor 250W mercury lights with GlacialLight's GL-SP60 LED spotlights, the Gong Clinic has seen 76% reduction in their outdoor energy usage for lighting.
Additionally, the Gong Clinic has reduced their indoor lighting energy consumption by 64% with the replacement of traditional T8 tubular lights with 10 GL-PL0606A LED panel lights.
GlacialLight's GL-SP60 LED spotlights and GL-PL0606A LED panel lights have helped the Gong Clinic to save money due to their low power consumption while maintaining powerful yet high-quality light.
Including the fact that these GlacialLight LED lights have a minimum life span of 30,000 hours, the Gong Clinic will continue to realize these saving without any need for replacement for a long time.
GlacialLight is excited to see its product lines being used to make businesses more successful and at the same time benefiting society by offering lighting products that have longer lifetimes and save more energy than traditional lighting, emit no harmful UV or IR radiation, and contain no hazardous materials such as mercury.
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