Kenosha, Wisconsin (June 19, 2018 ) – Kenall introduces the EnviroPro EPHB series LED luminaire, a new fixture that combines an iconic appearance with certified performance enhancements, making it optimal for both harsh high bay applications and aesthetic architectural environments. The series features up to 31,510 lumens and offers a choice of three uplight options: 11%, 8% and a standard <1%.
EnviroPro EBHB also includes options such as flexible mounting via either pendant or hook, TekLink™ TL100 controls, a temperature rating of -40 up to +50°C ambient, and multiple flux and lamp colors.
The EPHB is a companion series to Kenall’s popular EnviroPro low bay luminaire: like the EPHB, the EPLB features a desirable uplight option, IP certification and an impressive LED lifetime. The EPHB is ideal for mounting heights of up to 50 feet, whereas the EPLB is designed for heights up to 30 feet.
Tim Stevens, the Product Marketing Manager for Kenall sealed enclosure luminaires, said “The EPHB will deliver high performance in a variety of environments, such as warehouses, gymnasiums/arenas and manufacturing facilities, and its uplight options and mounting flexibility are features that no other high bay on the market can offer.”
The EPHB is already bringing improved visibility and reduced maintenance costs to the Kenosha Achievement Center, where they recently replaced outdated HID lights. “We’re pleased to report that the Achievement Center has reduced their energy costs by 63%,” Stevens commented. For more information about the new EnviroPro High Bay luminaire, visit www.kenall.com".
Kenall Manufacturing was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1963 and has built a reputation for durable lighting solutions of superior quality and exceptional value. Today, the company creates unique solutions for the transportation, healthcare, high abuse, food processing, cleanroom/containment and correctional lighting markets. The vast majority of Kenall luminaires comply with the Buy American Act: manufactured in the United States with more than 50% of the component cost of US origin.