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GlacialLight T8 LED Lights aid Elementary School safety
Date: Wednesday April 22, 2009
Category: Web News
Manufacturer Link: glaciallight
The high brightness T8 LED lights are ideal for low power consumption, with high brightness and lumen output.

GlacialLight T8 LED Lights aid Elementary School safety

 22,April, 2009, Taiwan, Taipei - GlacialTech Inc. through its sub-brand GlacialLight continues to work with schools to bring the world’s power consumption down and diminish the ever increasing carbon footprint. This time they teamed up with an Elementary school called Wurih Elementary School in the heart of Taichung, Taiwan.

Wurih Elementary School decided to embrace “green” technology LED lights to help reduce costs in the long term. The initiative is both educational as well as pro-environmentally friendly. The 30 pieces of T8 LED light tubes are arrayed along a pathway to keep the darkness at bay for when functions are held at the school. The high brightness T8 LED lights are ideal for low power consumption, with high brightness and lumen output. The added safety factor in keeping the area secure with a blanket of light makes security a far easier job. The footpath is seen as an icon of safety as well as a symbol of change to come.

Similarly last year, GlacialLight was approached by Lan-Yu Primary School found on tropical Orchid Island off the coast of Taiwan to work with the local  government to upgrade their facilities and in a revolutionary move, also opted for the “Greener solution” and embraced LED light bulbs from GlacialTech. Over 600 LED-BR40 globes were installed throughout the premises and aided in reducing electrical costs considerably.

What are GlacialLight T8 Tubes?

The T8 Tubes are ideal for replacing current Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFL). In this case the lights are illuminating a footpath which improves safety standards in the area. The huge advances in LED technology recently bring LED lights, tubes and bulbs that much closer to completely replacing traditional incandescent lighting.

The high brightness green energy saving LED T8 Tubes from GlacialLight are constructed with light emitting diodes (LED) which add several advantages over traditional lighting. The LED lighting solution is by far the greener solution and in combination with the GlacialTech family’s RoHS energy compliant certification, each and every product is certified heavy metal free. 

Why LED lights are better?

The GlacialLight LED product range offers considerable power savings while extending long product life cycles under normal conditions. The advantages of LED lighting adding to the lowering of the world’s carbon footprint cannot be underestimated.

 What Products are available from GlacialLight

GlacialTech is developing a comprehensive range of products under the GlacialLight brand, stretching from street lighting solutions to all forms of industrial and architectural lighting. The products on offer and in development include serious product enhancements over the current range of competing products available on the market, such as MR16 /BR20 / BR30 / BR40 / T8 Tubes and Spotlights as well as Streetlights. Please see more GlacialLight  news at

About GlacialLight

GlacialTech Inc., is a diversified provider of cooling, power supply, PC enclosure solutions for the consumer and industrial applications. Having established strong relationships with LED semiconductor Co.’s, thermal, SMPS and mechanism technology leaders worldwide, GlacialTech leverages world-class engineering, efficient manufacturing and highest-quality materials to provide high brightness, low power LED lighting solutions for indoor, outdoor and other customized applications under the GlacialLight brand. For more information visit

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