To reducing one’s carbon footprint, Global Warming is forcing everyone to rethink energy efficiencies. All projects should be evaluated as to their effect on Global Warming. Those that add to Global warming need to be rethought and other solutions proposed.
(Note: Canada and the Artic is warming up twice as fast as the rest of the world and, apparently, recent United Nations and other estimates now only give us some 20 years to come up with solutions to prevent the average world warming temperature rising by more than 1.5oC (2.7°F) causing major climate issues).
LEDline® is used for improving road, airfield, marine, mining and military safety and efficiency, by providing lit guidance anywhere, as well as outlining structures for aesthetics.
LEDline® is a linear, encapsulated LED lighting guidance system of embedded LEDs within a clear solid plastic matrix, which can be daylight or nighttime visible
LEDline® can be induction powered and induction connected (no hard wiring); DC powered; or renewable energy powered, solar / wind and batteries.
LEDline® is tough; corrosion resistant; submersible, earlier versions tested to 300m (1000ft.) seawater depth; FHWA tested to 89,000 lbs. direct loading so will take the weight of a ¾+ million pound aircraft, such as an A-380 or Boeing 747; could be explosion proof (needs certification); melts snow without needing any additional heating elements; and is visible in just about any weather including; fogs; blizzards; snow whiteouts; heavy rains; dust storms; or any other bad weather.
LEDline® comes in:
LEDline® is installed for lit in-pavement guidance markings, in roads, airfields, helipads, anywhere; for highlighting and outlining barriers, signage and buildings; or for lighting / highlighting in the marine, mining and military environments There are daylight visible LEDline® systems or Night Vision Goggle and IR applications.
LEDline® can be used anywhere!
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