Calculate your savings when using LED
Are you aware that you are losing mony on energy costs every single day? LED is the fastest and most efficient way to decrease your energy consumption, since it consumes significantly less energy than conventional lighting. Don't waste your money any longer!
You can easily calculate the LED savings you will accomplish sending in a request via our form ! Our specialists will gladly inform you how much money you will save and how long it will take to ean back your investment.
Energy saving calculator
Do you want to minimize your energy costs? We are here to help you find the right products, simply and in a few steps.
For example, a LED tube lasts an average of 50,000 hours, which is 20,000 hours for a fluorescent tube. It saves you up to 75% in energy consumption. As a result, replacement and maintenance costs are significantly reduced.
In addition to this, our specialists can recommend the best and most economical LED lights for your application area.
These calculations are based on a location with 20 fixtures that is open 12 hours a day, 6 days a week and 52 weeks a year (3744 hours in total- 26 days a month). We assume the electricity cost to be 0.28 €/kwh. Actual savings may vary as they depend on various factors such as periodically changing energy rates
|Products||Fluorescent Tubes||LED Tubes||LED Panels|
|Power (watts)||18W x 4 tubes||8W x 4 tubes||30W|
|Consumption / day (KW/h)||17,27||7,67||7,19|
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Enter the quantity, wattage and average usage time of your current fixtures and find out how much money you will save.
The manufacturing of conventional lighting will stop...The transition to LED is only a matter of time
There is an urgent need to anticipate because conventional lighting such as fluorescent tubes and halogen bulbs is being phased out:
- In February 2023, compact fluorescent lamps with ballast will stop from being manufactured. And then, from August 2023, it will be the turn of T8, T5 fluorescent tubes and G4, G9, GY6.35 halogen bulbs.
Discover our complete guide on the phasing out of fluorescent tubes and bulbs in 2023.
- In 2021, the low-energy bulbs without ballast, R7s, GU5.3 and G53 halogen bulbs and T2 and T12 neon tubes were stopped. For more information, check this blog : phasing out bulbs in 2021
Ask for a quotation to reduce your energy consumption
LED is the fastest and most effective way to save energy and help save the environment. Why? Switching from conventional lighting, such as incandescent or halogen bulbs, to LED lighting substantially reduces the wattage (energy usage). Therefore it's very fortunate, that almost every conventional light source has a LED equivalent.
Let's discuss your project! Our experts are here to help you and accompany you in this process.
Step 1 : Together, we list all bulbs and fixtures that are currently installed.
Step 2 : We find the right replacement for each light source, looking at both the wattage and the socket.
Step 3: If needed, we help you find a local installer
You can either replace your entire lighting installation or just the defective bulbs and fixtures. We recommend the first option to benefit from distributor rates and to perform a more efficient switch to LED! In any case, you must recycle your old lighting and not throw it away, since halogen or compact fluorescent technologies may contain toxic substances such as mercury.
Energy saving calculation: our projects already completed!