26 55 00 - Special Purpose Lighting
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Below you will find links to company and product information for manufacturers and suppliers listed in theSpecial Purpose Lighting section of Sweets.
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Wenger® Corporation - Index LightsDescription: J.R. Clancy’s Index Lights are used to light the locking rail, fly and loading galleries, with minimal light bleeding. To provide even light distribution, our Index Lights are designed... Rite-Hite - Loading Dock Lights - HD-LEDDescription: The Rite-Lite HD-LED Dock Light offers energy efficiency as well as a heavy-duty design for abusive applications. An ABS spacer ring provides built-in heat dissipation and a die-cast aluminum... Big Ass Fans - The Garage LightDescription: No one likes to be kept in the dark. Hell, there’s even a cliché for that. The Garage Light is the shining savior of the dangerously dim workspace.