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Floods, fires and earthquakes can be overwhelming and life-threatening, but many of the casualties associated with these devastating events can be prevented with the proper emco lighting . Lighting the way to freedom is one of the surest ways to keep your employees and co-residents out of harm's way, which is why more experts advise sticking with exit signs that are flame tested and sturdily constructed. We urge you to browse our site for some of the best options on the market today.
Another important advantage is the comparative consistency of emco lighting . Because there is no power source to rely upon and no battery to wear out with time, such signs will continue to stay lit no matter what kind of event strikes that facility. No matter whether it's fire, flood or earthquake, you can rest easier knowing your exit passages will remain clearly marked at all times.
The good news about emco lighting is that they have become vastly less expensive to maintain. Most of the older models used incandescent bulbs that could draw 40 watts and require continuous bulb replacement. Today's newer versions often employ rugged LEDs that show brighter in an emergency and draw literally one-tenth the power.
 

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