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psychomotors wrote: ↑
Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:34 pm
groberts101 wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 22, 2018 9:39 am
Old thread I guess but Menards now carries 8ft hardwired LED's. Waited for the 11% off deal and got 8 of them. Think they're 5K spectrum and very nice for $80 each. great investment for any shop.. wish I'd have done it sooner!
Went yesterday to our local Menards. They had the 8' footers but you have to use a "intastart" ballast. So , I dig though all their ballasts to find one and they had none for the required 75 watt bulbs. I left empty handed.
These are the one's I bought. Doubled them up side by side with a little spacer(used 1/2" nuts) to permit cover removal. Turn key stuff.. just replaces your old housing completely.
https://www.menards.com/main/lighting-c ... 7&ipos=137
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I was looking at the plain bulbs @ $19.99 a pair. I already have two 8' fixtures and just wanted to convert.
Everyone appreciates your honesty , until you're honest with them , then you're an @$$hole.
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If you need another reason to switch over, when the county inspected my shop the three things I was immediately asked about were: 1) Solvents and their disposal; 2) Furnaces of any type; 3) Fluorescent light bulbs. They wanted receipts showing that the bulbs were disposed of properly.
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Kevin Johnson wrote: ↑
Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:17 pm
Fluorescent light bulbs. They wanted receipts showing that the bulbs were disposed of properly.
They all broke so I through em in the garbage. Probably not the right answer.