Orion: Harris High Bay Patriot Slimline
Perfect replacement for 250 watt or 400 watt HID on to 25 feet
Available in 120v-277v, 347v and 480v
Low profile, space-saving design is well suited for high and low bay settings in industrial, commercial and retail applications
Up to 77% energy savings over traditional HID lighting
Lumen Packages: 12,000, 15,000, 19,000, 22,000, 24,000 and 28,000 (up to 162 LPW)
Rigid and suspended mounting options allow for ease of installation
Rated Life: 100,000 hours
Orion LED fixtures are covered by a five-year limited warranty.
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Energy Solutions of Texas
6600 N Highway 6
Waco, TX 76712
Darrell Cloudt with ESOT helped me with the two major projects for the health care facility that I was responsible for as corporate engineer. He helped with SonicAire fans to eliminate combustible lint and Big Ass Fans to create air movement providing increased employee comfort in the Houston plant. ESOT provided the design, layout and explained me various options. The project was total turnkey including labor. Darrell managed the project from start to finish including follow up and addressing any issues.
I would defiantly recommend Darrell to assist with projects in future.
ALSCO Houston, TX
We have been very pleased with the Sonic Aire Fans and their performance. While we have a newer state of the art mill and strive to keep dust at a minimum, we have seen the Sonic Aire fans keep the dust at the floor level where we can get to it and sweep it up there. This minimizes the need to use compressed air and also saves labor by not having to manually clean the overheads with brushes. We also like the adjustable cooling feature that the fans have. We normally operate the fans in the cooling mode while the mill is in operation and the fans do a great job of moving air around on the entire floor.
Milling Operations Manager
Hal Ross Flour Mill
Kansas State University
“I would like to be on the record on behalf of Carpenter Temple to say our LED lighting solution was in every way a success because together we accomplished a large install of LED lighting with many corporate dictated requirements that would not be common in other installations. I have managed several projects of similar size in our plant. The leadership provided by ESOT was consistently engaged from the beginning of the project to the every end. The communication was a step above my experience with other contractors. Customer care was evident in the extra effort that this project required from ESOT and it remains appreciated. ESOT would be a company that I would recommend to others and in fact I have.”
Carpenter in Temple, TX
“From my perspective, our project exceeded expectations. Darrell, your team finished ahead of schedule with no interruption to our production”
Ajinomoto – Windsor, MS
Video on why the Meadow Lake OSB mill choose SonicAire Dust Suppression Fans for their dust accumulation problems.
Canadian company Tolko Industries, a leading manufacturer of a wide range of forest products for customers around the world, has a milling building at Meadow Lake. The cost of running the mill is about $4000/hr and because of continuous dust accumulation, the mill had to be periodically shut down so that the dust accumulation could be reduced to bring that plant back in good standing with safety compliance issues. The plant manager decided to install SonicAire fans to reduce the amount of time needed to manually clean the dust accumulation and to reduce the amount of time the mill was offline for cleaning. The SonicAire solution has allowed a more continuous level of operation saving the site money.
by Matt Poe on July 13, 2017 in the trade journal “American Laundry News”
CHICAGO — Michael Reilly, president of Clean Cycle Systems in Seguin, Texas, got into the laundry and linen service industry about 30 years ago.
Reilly’s company manufactures lint collection and exhaust air systems for all types of laundries. Back then, he called on many laundry plants, and he didn’t see a lot in the way of dust and lint control.
“They would have lint collectors or lint filters on large dryers, big industrial commercial dryers,” he says. “That was common, but that would be the extent of it.”
Secondary lint collectors and fans to optimize airflow weren’t normal features. And smaller on-premises laundries (OPL) didn’t have systems in place to deal with lint.
The result? Dust and lint buildup in and on equipment, and up in the ceiling and rafters … continue to full article