Frequently Asked Questions

How long do LED Fixtures last?

LED lights can last anywhere between 25,000 to 50,000 hours of operation.

Can I Use a Higher Wattage LED Bulb?

In general, it's not recommended to use a higher wattage LED bulb than what's specified for your fixture.

Can an electric heater cause electric shock?

Electric heaters have the potential to cause electric shock if they are not used properly or if there are faults in the heater or its wiring.

How accurate are Thermocouples?

There are many types of thermocouple (K,T,J,E,N,R,S & B). Each type has its own accuracies as governed by the IEC. There are typically 3 accuracy tolerances for each type of thermocouple, with Class 1 being the most accurate. 

What are the advantages to using a rubber expansion joint?

When choosing a rubber expansion joint, it's essential to consider the specific application, pressure, temperature, and other environmental factors to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

Where should expansion joints or bellows be used?

Expansion joints or bellows are used in various industries and applications to absorb movement, vibration, thermal expansion, and contraction in piping systems or machinery.

Which LED tube light is best for your home?

The best LED tube light for your home depends on several factors such as the room size, desired brightness, color temperature, energy efficiency, and compatibility with fixtures.

Can LED lights operate in an oven?

LED lights generally should not be used inside an oven due to the extreme heat generated during cooking. Most standard LED lights are not designed to withstand the high temperatures found in ovens, which can reach temperatures over 200°C (392°F) or higher.

Can LED Fixtures be used with dimmers?

It's essential to ensure that both the LED fixture and the dimmer switch are compatible for proper functionality.

Can I Put an LED Bulb in My Pool Light?

LED pool bulbs are designed to be waterproof and sealed to prevent water from entering the bulb and causing electrical hazards.

What is a Thermocouple?

A thermocouple is a sensor used for temperature measurement in various applications. It consists of two different types of metal wires joined together at one end, creating a junction.

What is the difference between Thermocouple grade cable and Extension grade cable?

Thermocouple grade cable is used internally in sensors to create a sensing point, extension cable is used to connect a sensor to the measuring instrument. 

What are the main components of a rubber expansion joint?

These components work together to allow the rubber expansion joint to absorb movement, accommodate thermal expansion, reduce vibration, and compensate for misalignment, ensuring the integrity and functionality of the connected piping or machinery systems.

What kind of expansion bellow do l need for different media types?

The type of expansion bellows needed for different media types largely depends on the characteristics of the media, including temperature, pressure, chemical composition, and the specific application.

Which LED bulb is best for your home?

Considering factors such as brightness, color temperature, energy efficiency, bulb shape, and compatibility with fixtures.

What does LED flicker free mean?

Flicker-free LED lights are designed to mitigate or eliminate this rapid fluctuation in light output, ensuring a more stable and consistent illumination.