Applications

Commercial/Industrial

Clear-Vu Lighting’s edge lit LED light panels are ideal for general illumination of offices, retail spaces, classrooms and healthcare facilities. The uniformly illuminated panels eliminate glare, providing high levels of even illumination. This ergonomically sound high quality lighting minimizes eye fatigue that can lead to headache and low employee/student performance.

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Construction

Clear-Vu Lighting’s low-voltage LED lighting systems exceed OSHA 5 footcandle safety requirements, reduce energy costs by as much as 95% over traditional construction site lighting and eliminate lamp maintenance costs – see energy savings calculator and labor savings calculator. 50,000 lamp life combined with IP67 rated high abuse lighting modules result in a 10-year life expectancy – see drop test video.

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Healthcare

Clear-Vu Lighting’s orLED™ luminaires are designed to maximize the effectiveness/efficiency of LED technology and protect the integrity of clean room (ISO3-ISO8) and containment area (BSL3 and BSL4) environments.

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Life Sciences

Clear-Vu Lighting’s cleanLED is the first series of lighting fixtures designed, manufactured and tested to NSF P442, “Controlled Environment Lighting Fixtures”. NSF P442 is the first and only universally accepted publication that provides standards and testing procedures specifically for lighting fixtures utilized in pharmaceutical processing, bio-tech research, biosafety labs, surgical suite, clean room manufacturing, food processing and horticulture applications.

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Mass Transportation

Temporary construction/maintenance lighting and permanent pathway/egress lighting for subway tunnels require high levels of energy efficient light in lighting fixtures capable of withstanding extreme physical & environmental abuse. Clear-Vu Lighting’s highly designed LED optical systems deliver “focused” lumens exactly where they are needed. The robust construction withstands physical abuse and the harshest of environments.

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