We also offer LED to LED high bay replacement under the VEU program

Free LED High Bay Lights for Warehouses, Storages, Manufacturing Units & Factories

In recent times, high bays have been the most widely replaced product under the VEU (VEET) scheme. Such types of lights are mostly found in commercial setups. Warehouses, storage areas, industries (any scale), retail, processing units, manufacturing units, factories, stadiums are some common examples. The non-LED high bays usually have a 400W mercury vapor or metal halide bulb, resulting in high electricity consumption.
Not only these lights consume high wattage but also create a huge amount of heat causing workplace fire. This makes them one of the most important products in the VEU upgrade program when it comes to switching from non-LED to LED lights.

                                

Why LED High Bays?

Industries, manufacturing unit, storage unit, factories – names itself bring up a picture of big units, with a big job, with big commitments, lots of manpower, no time to waste and with lots and lots of lights, big lights! Most such units are lightly staffed on maintenance, and no one wants to be working on the lights all the time.

Because of the size and capacity of these places, one can imagine the energy consumed to keep them running. The major type of lights used for illuminance are called high bays. They are notoriously known for unnatural orange glow, insufficient light output, short lifespan, heat output, high maintenance and potential danger from mercury exposure.

One of our customer’s narrated times when high bays -would frequently dim out. Probably about more than once a year they had to have somebody go up and change bulbs on them. Something to note – high bays get their name because of the fact that they are placed high up in the ceiling and it’s not an easy task to get the lights fixed or replaced. One needs a scissor or boom lift to get the task done which itself is a big cost.

Before LED high bays some of the units would once every year-and-a-half to two years with conventional lighting, change old lamps – relamp the facility or swap out entire fixtures. It is said that one broken bulb can put workers at risk of mercury exposure that can cause severe toxicity symptoms, some that can have lifelong implications.

LED High bays/fixtures contain zero mercury or other harmful chemicals, making them a much safer alternative in industrial applications. By virtue of their long-life performance, reduced maintenance, and improved visibility, LED high bays are an important consideration when it comes to the short-term safety and long-term health of industrial workers.

Most of us acknowledge benefits of LED high bays, but we’ve come across many clients who would turn down the LED upgrade offer because of the initial cost involved. What has really turned around things is free installation under the VEU government program. Because these are the only industrial lights that consume maximum energy when compared to other conventional lights such as fluroes, low bays, etc.

We offer LED High Bays from Big Brands

With the government schemes these lights are now easily affordable and with limited time offer on LED high bays with TIMETOSAVE where we are replacing old high bays with premium brand commercial LED high bays including Philips and Ledvance Osram, you can get the product and installation done free of cost.

New LED High bays offer the ability to both dim and turn OFF loads when they are not needed either through scheduling or integrated occupancy and daylight sensing which further helps in reducing energy consumption.

Typical LED luminaires are generating about 80% energy cost savings compared to old mercury vapor or metal halide high bays.

At TIMETOSAVE, we offer a variety of LED high bays. In fact, it’s not brag if we say that we offer the widest range of high bays in the market. Our range of LED high bays includes:

  1. Onsemi 100W
  2. Onsemi 120W
  3. Eco light up 100W
  4. Eco light up 120W
  5. Eco light up 150W
  6. Haneco Skypad 100W, 120W and 150W
  7. Haneco Skylite 120W
  8. Ledvance Osram 120W
  9. Ledvance Osram 150W
  10. Phillips 120W
  11. Optitech 95W
  12. Optitech 110W

More Reasons to Make the Switch:

  • Highly energy efficient
  • 50,000 hrs of operational lifespan
  • Low glare and bright
  • Easy to install
  • Iconic design
  • VEET-approved
  • Built-in daylight and occupancy sensors (Eco Light Up & Onsemi)

Take advantage of the VEU government scheme and make your space vibrant and pulsating while saving thousands on electricity bills.

FAQs about Free LED High Bays

Q: Is LED high bay replacement free under the VEU program?

Yes. In order to qualify for a free LED high bay replacement, your business must have a minimum number of halogen or HID high bays to be replaced, i.e., minimum 10 high bays.

Q:  Is my business eligible for free LED high bay replacement under the scheme?

Yes, if your business is located in Victoria state and is using old high bays.

Q: Where are high bays used?

High bays are used in commercial and industrial sites such as warehouses, workshops, factories, manufacturing and storage units, assembly lines, etc. High bays can also be seen in large recreational facilities and gyms.

Q: What design options in LED high bay lights?

LED high bay lights come in a variety of designs such as UFO shaped, rectangle, and linear. LED technology gives flexibility for manufacturers to design high bays in all kinds of forms and shapes.

Q: Who should I contact to replace my HID/metal halide high bays under the VEU Program?

You should contact an accredited provider (AP) or their representative(s) in VIctoria to replace old high bays with LED high bays at no cost. To ensure the quality of products being replaced, do check the list of approved products on the Essential Services Commission (ESC) website. LED products we install are approved under the VEU program.

Q: What’s the difference between a low bay and high bay?

The obvious difference between low bay and high bay is the mounting height. Low bays are built for low ceiling spaces (less than 20 feet high) and high bays are built for high ceiling spaces (more than 20 feet high). At mounting heights of more than 20 feet, high bays should always be used to reduce dark spots and poor light uniformity in the work area.

Q: How much money will LED high bay lights save me?

Money-saving often depends on factors like hours-per-day usage, cost of electricity per unit (Kwh), and wattage of the LED high bay lights installed. Under normal circumstances, LED high bay lights can save over 50% on your energy bills when compared to HID lights.

Q: What is the process of installing LED high bays under the VEU Program?

The LED high bay upgrade process under the VEU program starts with fixing a no-obligation appointment with property owners (commercial) to perform a free assessment of the site. The assessment is followed by a detailed proposal and a visit from one of the installers/A-grade electricians who replace old lights with energy-efficient LED high bays.

Q: Why didn’t the electrician upgrade my broken/empty light fittings?

Broken lights are not covered under the VEU program

Q: Can I keep my old/replaced lights?

No.

Q:Why?

Once our installer removes all old high bays from your facility, they will send them off for recycling at a government-approved recycling facility. Decommissioning of old/replaced products is mandatory under the rebate program.

We also offer LED to LED high bay replacement under the VEU program

Free LED High Bay Lights for Warehouses, Storages, Manufacturing Units & Factories

In recent times, high bays have been the most widely replaced product under the VEU (VEET) scheme. Such types of lights are mostly found in commercial setups. Warehouses, storage areas, industries (any scale), retail, processing units, manufacturing units, factories, stadiums are some common examples. The non-LED high bays usually have a 400W mercury vapor or metal halide bulb, resulting in high electricity consumption.
Not only these lights consume high wattage but also create a huge amount of heat causing workplace fire. This makes them one of the most important products in the VEU upgrade program when it comes to switching from non-LED to LED lights.

                                

Why LED High Bays?

Industries, manufacturing unit, storage unit, factories – names itself bring up a picture of big units, with a big job, with big commitments, lots of manpower, no time to waste and with lots and lots of lights, big lights! Most such units are lightly staffed on maintenance, and no one wants to be working on the lights all the time.

Because of the size and capacity of these places, one can imagine the energy consumed to keep them running. The major type of lights used for illuminance are called high bays. They are notoriously known for unnatural orange glow, insufficient light output, short lifespan, heat output, high maintenance and potential danger from mercury exposure.

One of our customer’s narrated times when high bays -would frequently dim out. Probably about more than once a year they had to have somebody go up and change bulbs on them. Something to note – high bays get their name because of the fact that they are placed high up in the ceiling and it’s not an easy task to get the lights fixed or replaced. One needs a scissor or boom lift to get the task done which itself is a big cost.

Before LED high bays some of the units would once every year-and-a-half to two years with conventional lighting, change old lamps – relamp the facility or swap out entire fixtures. It is said that one broken bulb can put workers at risk of mercury exposure that can cause severe toxicity symptoms, some that can have lifelong implications.

LED High bays/fixtures contain zero mercury or other harmful chemicals, making them a much safer alternative in industrial applications. By virtue of their long-life performance, reduced maintenance, and improved visibility, LED high bays are an important consideration when it comes to the short-term safety and long-term health of industrial workers.

Most of us acknowledge benefits of LED high bays, but we’ve come across many clients who would turn down the LED upgrade offer because of the initial cost involved. What has really turned around things is free installation under the VEU government program. Because these are the only industrial lights that consume maximum energy when compared to other conventional lights such as fluroes, low bays, etc.

We offer LED High Bays from Big Brands

With the government schemes these lights are now easily affordable and with limited time offer on LED high bays with TIMETOSAVE where we are replacing old high bays with premium brand commercial LED high bays including Philips and Ledvance Osram, you can get the product and installation done free of cost.

New LED High bays offer the ability to both dim and turn OFF loads when they are not needed either through scheduling or integrated occupancy and daylight sensing which further helps in reducing energy consumption.

Typical LED luminaires are generating about 80% energy cost savings compared to old mercury vapor or metal halide high bays.

At TIMETOSAVE, we offer a variety of LED high bays. In fact, it’s not brag if we say that we offer the widest range of high bays in the market. Our range of LED high bays includes:

  1. Onsemi 100W
  2. Onsemi 120W
  3. Eco light up 100W
  4. Eco light up 120W
  5. Eco light up 150W
  6. Haneco Skypad 100W, 120W and 150W
  7. Haneco Skylite 120W
  8. Ledvance Osram 120W
  9. Ledvance Osram 150W
  10. Phillips 120W
  11. Optitech 95W
  12. Optitech 110W

More Reasons to Make the Switch:

  • Highly energy efficient
  • 50,000 hrs of operational lifespan
  • Low glare and bright
  • Easy to install
  • Iconic design
  • VEET-approved
  • Built-in daylight and occupancy sensors (Eco Light Up & Onsemi)

Take advantage of the VEU government scheme and make your space vibrant and pulsating while saving thousands on electricity bills.

FAQs about Free LED High Bays

Q: Is LED high bay replacement free under the VEU program?

Yes. In order to qualify for a free LED high bay replacement, your business must have a minimum number of halogen or HID high bays to be replaced, i.e., minimum 10 high bays.

Q:  Is my business eligible for free LED high bay replacement under the scheme?

Yes, if your business is located in Victoria state and is using old high bays.

Q: Where are high bays used?

High bays are used in commercial and industrial sites such as warehouses, workshops, factories, manufacturing and storage units, assembly lines, etc. High bays can also be seen in large recreational facilities and gyms.

Q: What design options in LED high bay lights?

LED high bay lights come in a variety of designs such as UFO shaped, rectangle, and linear. LED technology gives flexibility for manufacturers to design high bays in all kinds of forms and shapes.

Q: Who should I contact to replace my HID/metal halide high bays under the VEU Program?

You should contact an accredited provider (AP) or their representative(s) in VIctoria to replace old high bays with LED high bays at no cost. To ensure the quality of products being replaced, do check the list of approved products on the Essential Services Commission (ESC) website. LED products we install are approved under the VEU program.

Q: What’s the difference between a low bay and high bay?

The obvious difference between low bay and high bay is the mounting height. Low bays are built for low ceiling spaces (less than 20 feet high) and high bays are built for high ceiling spaces (more than 20 feet high). At mounting heights of more than 20 feet, high bays should always be used to reduce dark spots and poor light uniformity in the work area.

Q: How much money will LED high bay lights save me?

Money-saving often depends on factors like hours-per-day usage, cost of electricity per unit (Kwh), and wattage of the LED high bay lights installed. Under normal circumstances, LED high bay lights can save over 50% on your energy bills when compared to HID lights.

Q: What is the process of installing LED high bays under the VEU Program?

The LED high bay upgrade process under the VEU program starts with fixing a no-obligation appointment with property owners (commercial) to perform a free assessment of the site. The assessment is followed by a detailed proposal and a visit from one of the installers/A-grade electricians who replace old lights with energy-efficient LED high bays.

Q: Why didn’t the electrician upgrade my broken/empty light fittings?

Broken lights are not covered under the VEU program

Q: Can I keep my old/replaced lights?

No.

Q:Why?

Once our installer removes all old high bays from your facility, they will send them off for recycling at a government-approved recycling facility. Decommissioning of old/replaced products is mandatory under the rebate program.

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    We also offer LED to LED high bay replacement under the VEU program

    Free LED High Bay Lights for Warehouses, Storages, Manufacturing Units & Factories

    In recent times, high bays have been the most widely replaced product under the VEU (VEET) scheme. Such types of lights are mostly found in commercial setups. Warehouses, storage areas, industries (any scale), retail, processing units, manufacturing units, factories, stadiums are some common examples. The non-LED high bays usually have a 400W mercury vapor or metal halide bulb, resulting in high electricity consumption.
    Not only these lights consume high wattage but also create a huge amount of heat causing workplace fire. This makes them one of the most important products in the VEU upgrade program when it comes to switching from non-LED to LED lights.

                                    

    Why LED High Bays?

    Industries, manufacturing unit, storage unit, factories – names itself bring up a picture of big units, with a big job, with big commitments, lots of manpower, no time to waste and with lots and lots of lights, big lights! Most such units are lightly staffed on maintenance, and no one wants to be working on the lights all the time.

    Because of the size and capacity of these places, one can imagine the energy consumed to keep them running. The major type of lights used for illuminance are called high bays. They are notoriously known for unnatural orange glow, insufficient light output, short lifespan, heat output, high maintenance and potential danger from mercury exposure.

    One of our customer’s narrated times when high bays -would frequently dim out. Probably about more than once a year they had to have somebody go up and change bulbs on them. Something to note – high bays get their name because of the fact that they are placed high up in the ceiling and it’s not an easy task to get the lights fixed or replaced. One needs a scissor or boom lift to get the task done which itself is a big cost.

    Before LED high bays some of the units would once every year-and-a-half to two years with conventional lighting, change old lamps – relamp the facility or swap out entire fixtures. It is said that one broken bulb can put workers at risk of mercury exposure that can cause severe toxicity symptoms, some that can have lifelong implications.

    LED High bays/fixtures contain zero mercury or other harmful chemicals, making them a much safer alternative in industrial applications. By virtue of their long-life performance, reduced maintenance, and improved visibility, LED high bays are an important consideration when it comes to the short-term safety and long-term health of industrial workers.

    Most of us acknowledge benefits of LED high bays, but we’ve come across many clients who would turn down the LED upgrade offer because of the initial cost involved. What has really turned around things is free installation under the VEU government program. Because these are the only industrial lights that consume maximum energy when compared to other conventional lights such as fluroes, low bays, etc.

    We offer LED High Bays from Big Brands

    With the government schemes these lights are now easily affordable and with limited time offer on LED high bays with TIMETOSAVE where we are replacing old high bays with premium brand commercial LED high bays including Philips and Ledvance Osram, you can get the product and installation done free of cost.

    New LED High bays offer the ability to both dim and turn OFF loads when they are not needed either through scheduling or integrated occupancy and daylight sensing which further helps in reducing energy consumption.

    Typical LED luminaires are generating about 80% energy cost savings compared to old mercury vapor or metal halide high bays.

    At TIMETOSAVE, we offer a variety of LED high bays. In fact, it’s not brag if we say that we offer the widest range of high bays in the market. Our range of LED high bays includes:

    1. Onsemi 100W
    2. Onsemi 120W
    3. Eco light up 100W
    4. Eco light up 120W
    5. Eco light up 150W
    6. Haneco Skypad 100W, 120W and 150W
    7. Haneco Skylite 120W
    8. Ledvance Osram 120W
    9. Ledvance Osram 150W
    10. Phillips 120W
    11. Optitech 95W
    12. Optitech 110W

    More Reasons to Make the Switch:

    • Highly energy efficient
    • 50,000 hrs of operational lifespan
    • Low glare and bright
    • Easy to install
    • Iconic design
    • VEET-approved
    • Built-in daylight and occupancy sensors (Eco Light Up & Onsemi)

    Take advantage of the VEU government scheme and make your space vibrant and pulsating while saving thousands on electricity bills.

    FAQs about Free LED High Bays

    Q: Is LED high bay replacement free under the VEU program?

    Yes. In order to qualify for a free LED high bay replacement, your business must have a minimum number of halogen or HID high bays to be replaced, i.e., minimum 10 high bays.

    Q:  Is my business eligible for free LED high bay replacement under the scheme?

    Yes, if your business is located in Victoria state and is using old high bays.

    Q: Where are high bays used?

    High bays are used in commercial and industrial sites such as warehouses, workshops, factories, manufacturing and storage units, assembly lines, etc. High bays can also be seen in large recreational facilities and gyms.

    Q: What design options in LED high bay lights?

    LED high bay lights come in a variety of designs such as UFO shaped, rectangle, and linear. LED technology gives flexibility for manufacturers to design high bays in all kinds of forms and shapes.

    Q: Who should I contact to replace my HID/metal halide high bays under the VEU Program?

    You should contact an accredited provider (AP) or their representative(s) in VIctoria to replace old high bays with LED high bays at no cost. To ensure the quality of products being replaced, do check the list of approved products on the Essential Services Commission (ESC) website. LED products we install are approved under the VEU program.

    Q: What’s the difference between a low bay and high bay?

    The obvious difference between low bay and high bay is the mounting height. Low bays are built for low ceiling spaces (less than 20 feet high) and high bays are built for high ceiling spaces (more than 20 feet high). At mounting heights of more than 20 feet, high bays should always be used to reduce dark spots and poor light uniformity in the work area.

    Q: How much money will LED high bay lights save me?

    Money-saving often depends on factors like hours-per-day usage, cost of electricity per unit (Kwh), and wattage of the LED high bay lights installed. Under normal circumstances, LED high bay lights can save over 50% on your energy bills when compared to HID lights.

    Q: What is the process of installing LED high bays under the VEU Program?

    The LED high bay upgrade process under the VEU program starts with fixing a no-obligation appointment with property owners (commercial) to perform a free assessment of the site. The assessment is followed by a detailed proposal and a visit from one of the installers/A-grade electricians who replace old lights with energy-efficient LED high bays.

    Q: Why didn’t the electrician upgrade my broken/empty light fittings?

    Broken lights are not covered under the VEU program

    Q: Can I keep my old/replaced lights?

    No.

    Q:Why?

    Once our installer removes all old high bays from your facility, they will send them off for recycling at a government-approved recycling facility. Decommissioning of old/replaced products is mandatory under the rebate program.