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GlacialLight Manufactures LED lights in Green Way  - GlacialLight Manufactures LED lights in Green Way
Thu, July 23 2009 | 1:29AM | PermaLink Feedback?

GlacialTech Inc., a diverse provider of cooling, power supply and PC enclosure solutions for consumer and industrial applications and a world-class provider of cost effective cooling components and chassis launches announces that its brand GlacialLight manufactures its LED lights under fully green environment. The entire manufacturing process is compliant with the green norms of the worldwide green consortium.

Green Technology is the most urgent issue to concerns about energy, indoor appliances and the construction industry; this includes the development of alternative fuels, new means of generating energy and energy efficiency. GlacialTech will insists to continuously evolving design, materials, and the invention of chemical products and processes to reduce or to eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances to keeps the environmentally friendly. This also involves converting industry wastes or effluents to non-toxic substances or recycling it for the consumption of the industry. As such LEDs are much more energy – efficient than incandescent or compact fluorescent lighting (CFL), The LED lights typically burn five times longer than the bulbs they replace and require less than half the energy.

GlacialLight, the sub-brand of GlacialTech, is at the forefront of manufacturing LED lights for both indoor and outdoor usage. The company has indoor LED bulbs from 3watt to 15watt and LED tube lights from 8wat to 24watt. In the outdoor lights, it has spot lights. It also has high power automotive bulb.

The GlacialLight LED product range offers considerable power savings while extending long product life cycles under normal conditions. The advantages of LED lighting adding to the lowering of the world's carbon footprint cannot be underestimated.

GlacialLight manufacturing process seeks to minimize the impact of its manufacturing process on the environment at every stage. Inside the unit, the company uses all the material goes to GREEN, in order to so solidarity to the green practices. In the manufacturing process also starting fro the process of LED board assembling with lead free, LED cover assembling, shell assembling and even the testing done under the strict norms of green technology. The company takes utmost care that the wastages are recycled and used again.

GlacialLight LED lights also under go a stringent testing procedure before it goes out for commercial use. The company ensures higher level of stand for LED lights so that those do not fail and do not ask for replacements.

The company also uses recyclable paper boxes for packing the products. The packing clearly carries the message about the green technology. Even the ink used to write instruction is green in color. The bar-coded packing ensures minimum human intervention and fast processing in the transit.

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