If you’re like most manufacturers, your gut tells you that your compressed air system has issues. But you don’t have the time or the resources to determine just how poorly your system is operating, let alone strategize a solution. So, what are you supposed to do?
Commercial and manufacturing businesses of all sizes are looking to Lean and Lean Six Sigma methodologies to improve efficiencies and increase profitability. So, if you find yourself in themidst of a Lean journey, can you say with certainty that your current lighting is supporting your Lean goals? Or, is it working against them?
Did you know that according to the Department of Energy, lighting accounts for only 11% of utility consumption?
Have you ever lost trust in someone or in a company? Recently I hired a landscaper to extend a retaining wall at my house and he assured me he was experienced. The guy is a local friend of a friend, so I didn’t; check his references, verify that he had the engineering/installation documents from the manufacturer, ask him to explain how he was going to do the job, and, I didn’t ask what tools he was going to use. I simply trusted him for his word.
Just like pretty much everything else in life, success does not come without experience and a proven process. In the case of lighting projects, there are many options and variables to consider. What may seem to be a small issue can have massive implications on the results of your lighting project. Over the years we’ve done thousands of projects and we will work to save you from “the agony of defeat” and guide you to “the thrill of victory.”