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Learn More About Temporary Lighting

What is temporary lighting?

Temporary lighting is designed provide illumination in areas where conventional lighting options would be difficult to install or use. This includes areas where a power source is unavailable, or where durable lighting is needed that can be easily moved between locations.

Where is temporary lighting used?

Temporary lighting is ideal for applications that require fixtures have the ability to withstand the rugged conditions commonly associated with a job or construction site. These conditions include exposure to water, vapor or dust as well as the physical impacts that can occur from other equipment or people. Some of the areas temporary lighting is frequently used include building sites, roadways and garages.

What are the different types of temporary lighting?

There is a wide variety of temporary lighting fixtures that can be used in various application types. These include string lights, hanging lights, flood lights, roadway warning lights, magnetic lights and dock lights.

  • String Lights - Perfect for areas in need of lighting that is both durable and easy to transport. This solution is useful in a range of locations. Constructed with durable cages to protect the bulbs, these light strings come in various lengths to accommodate the different lighting needs of different locations.
  • Flood Lights - If your area needs bright and powerful lighting, flood lights are the perfect solution. This type of portable construction light provides a powerful light spread that is concentrated, making it ideal for a large area in need of proper illumination.
  • Warning Lights - These small and compact lights can be used in an emergency to highlight an area of priority in a work site, direct drivers to stay away from an area on the road, or to alert others to a problem. They come in several colors and are rechargeable, helping to ensure you get many years of service.

Some of these lights have ingress protection ratings that designate what kind of environment they are suitable for.

  • IP65 - protection against dust and water projected by a nozzle
  • IP66 - protection against dust and water projected by a jet
  • IP67 - protection against dust and when the enclosure is immersed in water (for specified time and pressure)