relamp

relamp

To replace one or more electric bulbs in a lighting system.
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In some situations, building owners may have to rent a lift to relamp certain areas, and they especially would want to relamp in large groups so that they only have to rent a lift at that one point in time vs.
With only Phase I of the project complete, the company is already reporting a reduction of 50% in (kw) running costs and is now looking to relamp the rest of the facility.
We support the IES recommended practice of designing lighting systems to meet the mean target illuminance at 70 percent of rated lamp life, and also to group relamp when that time-of-use has been reached.
Approach lights (only low intensity is possible with today's LEDs) on high masts are safe from winter maintenance and more expensive to relamp than runway or taxiway edge lights.
The results of the test were so remarkable that Kmart's divisional management decided to relamp all of its California stores, and the California Energy Commission awarded the retailer a $2 million Energy Reduction Grant to help expedite the relamping project.
It was difficult to relamp the arch every 14 months, the problem compounded by the fact that the town's light rail line ran beneath the arch.
A major but relatively inexpensive change would be to relamp your fluorescent fixtures with full-spectrum lighting, which provides the full balance of color energies across the spectrum, as does sunlight.
The actual savings are probably far greater because at 10 minutes per lamp in the group relamping strategy, the implication is that it would take 40 minutes to relamp a four-lamp lighting fixture-an excessive time allowance.
It should be noted that - since any such retrofit project should absolutely take advantage of the opportunity to group relamp the yellow, green, and white (pedestrian man) - those costs are included in this installation labor cost calculation.
Group relamping allows the maintenance crew to assemble all the equipment necessary to relamp the whole system at once.
Difficult access to relamp, plus the excitement and appropriateness of color with the flowing roof structure, justified the added expense," Peck says.