Trilliant 36 version for corrosive conditionsTrilliant 36 version for corrosive conditions

Grote Industries has introduced a new version of its Trilliant 36 LED WhiteLight conversion bulb. The product is designed to operate in adverse conditions where sodium chloride, high humidity, and other corrosive elements wreak havoc on most PAR 36 incandescent work lamps.

The Trilliant 36 bulb was introduced in December 2009 as a direct replacement for PAR 36 incandescent bulbs. The new design will be sold in addition to the original model and includes a more robust, sealed, Packard Metripack 150 connector that resists moisture and chemical intrusion. The female receptacle on the back of the lamp also accommodates the AMP Superseal connector style.

Both versions of the Trilliant 36 easily snap into any standard PAR 36 housing. By changing the bulb and wiring the pigtail, users can upgrade an incandescent or halogen lamp, transforming it into a 900-lumen LED WhiteLight lamp.

All Trilliant 36 bulbs are manufactured with UV hard-coated, polycarbonate lenses that can be replaced if damaged. Lenses are easily interchanged, and conversion from a wide flood to Grote’s TractorPlus lens can be done rapidly.

The Trilliant 36 bulb is rated for a service life of 40,000 hours, requires half the power, and will provide 100 times the lifespan of a traditional PAR 36 bulb, at just 1/8 the cost over its lifespan, says the company.

Visit www.grote.com to learn more.

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