NTL Lem­nis launches an in­no­va­tive re­place­ment for high pres­sure Sodium Vapour (HPSV) well glass lu­mi­naire, Pharox ‘Warhorse’

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NTL Lem­nis, the LED light­ing com­pany has cre­ated an in­no­va­tive prod­uct that is a di­rect re­place­ment of the con­ven­tional high pres­sure Sodium Vapour well glass lu­mi­naire. Branded Pharox Warhorse, the lamp has been cre­ated by the NTL Lem­nis R&D ef­forts and is an energy sav­ing and long last­ing LED well glass so­lu­tion for mul­ti­ple ap­pli­ca­tions. The Pharox Warhorse will pro­vide over 40% energy sav­ings as com­pared to its con­ven­tional coun­ter­parts. Warhorse is de­signed for mul­ti­ple ap­pli­ca­tions like power plants, steel plants, ce­ment plants and ma­te­rial han­dling ar­eas.

The other fea­tures of the prod­uct in­clude pres­sure die-cast alu­minum hous­ing for rugged ap­pli­ca­tions, IP65 ingress pro­tec­tion to en­sure its long life and con­sis­tent per­for­mance in dusty ar­eas of ap­pli­ca­tion, an im­pact re­sis­tant poly­car­bon­ate op­ti­cal dome cover to elim­i­nate the com­mon prob­lem of glass break­age at in­stal­la­tion site and spe­cially de­signed heat sink fins for bet­ter ther­mal man­age­ment. Due to the con­sid­er­able ef­forts of the R&D and de­sign team at NTL Lem­nis, the glass waste in Warhorse has been re­duced and the prod­uct does not con­tain any liq­uid or gaseous con­tam­i­nants like Mer­cury and Sodium Vapour. The MRP for Warhorse be­gins from Rs 5,585

“To­day, most in­dus­try works in a 24X7 en­vi­ron­ment, which in­curs huge elec­tric­ity con­sump­tion. Our R&D team is fo­cused on cre­at­ing vi­able long-last­ing so­lu­tions that work well in In­dian con­di­tions, are rugged and can with­stand the In­dia spe­cific is­sues such as high heat, dust as well as fluc­tu­a­tions,” said Arun Gupta, MD, NTL Group.

NTL Lem­nis de­signs, man­u­fac­tures and sells the Pharox range of LED light­ing so­lu­tions for In­dia as well as for the global au­di­ence.

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