There are many reasons to opt for LED flood lights over conventional bulbs:
Energy-efficient - LEDs provide more light per wattage of power used. This higher efficiency is better for the environment and will cut energy bills.
Environmentally friendly - LEDs are completely safe and non-toxic when compared to incandescent bulbs that contain mercury.
High lumen output - LED flood lights are much brighter than standard flood lights, meaning you won’t have to invest in as many. One LED can have the same effect as two to three standard lights.
Reduced heat output - As LEDs are more energy-efficient, less heat is emitted. This is a safer alternative as the risk of overheating and electrical fires is minimised.
Durable - Made from aluminium and toughened glass, our lighting can withstand harsh conditions, including temperatures between -40°C and 50°C.
LED Flood Light Applications
Due to their brightness, LED flood lights can be used as a security measure for a building. With wide beam angles, they are also great at illuminating monuments at night time to enhance the architecture.
Warehouse lighting needs to be powerful so that workers can operate safely during all hours. Some models can offer an impressive 60,000 lumens and feature the Luxeon 3030 chip set for high quality lighting.
Made from aluminium and toughened glass, LED flood lights are durable and suitable for use on construction sites and industrial applications. Some other uses of LED flood lights include:
Flood lights are suitable for commercial and domestic use. Many people use this lighting in their garden for security reasons. With a slimline design, they seamlessly blend into your outdoor space.
The range of LED Flood Lights at INUI
Our latest flood lights are fitted with the Luxeon 3030 chip set, whilst higher wattage fittings are complete with the Meanwell HLG driver. Our products come with a 3 or 5 year warranty, so you can shop with confidence.
We also offer submersible LED flood lights for use in coastal areas and swimming pools - these are a first in the UK market. Suitable for depths of up to 50 meters and able to project 360 degrees of light, they are highly versatile.