Tag: Paramount Industries

 

HAZARDOUS  LOCATION  LIGHTING

We manufacture luminaires for specific Hazardous locations. These Paramount models are constructed with heavy-duty materials and sealants to ensure high integrity. The National Electric Code outlines requirements for luminaires where combustible or explosive hazards may exist. Locations are classified by the properties of the flammable materials and the degree of hazard.

Harmond Yard | Croton-on-Hudson, NY | Train Maintenance Facility | C4 & C5 Series Craft Lites® (click photo for more info)

 

 

Medical / Healthcare Lighting

Paramount offers a wide variety of LED and fluorescent lighting options pertaining to Healthcare and Medical applications. For hospital surgical suite applications we offer our Techniseal® Flange/Grid troffers with acrylic radio frequency interference shielding lenses. This lens is specifically designed for supplemental surgical suite lighting that provides an asymmetrical distribution which directs maximum candle power to the surgical site area with typical luminaire layouts. This also allows for areas surrounding the surgical site to be generously illuminated.

 

PAMC (Providence Alaska Medical Center) | Anchorage, Alaska

MARINE LIGHTING

Paramount has been a leading supplier of lighting for the marine industry for over 50 years because of quality products, innovative technologies, experience and service. Our luminaires can be found in service on waterways throughout the world.

Paramount’s L1 Series and RF9 Series luminaires were used on pedestrian ferry Col. Frank X. Armiger, owned by the State of Louisiana, and operated by the state Department of Transportation and Development. This ferry traverses the Mississippi between Algiers Point and Canal Street in New Orleans. (click photo for more info)

 

Application Photo Gallery


Our “Application Photo Gallery” for this blog features Wet Location lighting. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety and diverse areas Paramount has successfully illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting projects.

 

Application Photo Gallery


Our “Application Photo Gallery” for this blog features Custom bridge illumination. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety and diverse areas Paramount has successfully illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting projects.

 

Application Photo Gallery


Presenting another addition to our “Application Photo Gallery” featuring Educational Lighting. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety and diverse areas Paramount has successful illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting projects.

 

 

Application Photo Gallery


Presenting another addition to our “Application Photo Gallery” featuring Starduster® LED luminaires utilized in Retail Lighting. We hope you are enjoying the series and learning more about the variety of successful applications Paramount has illuminated. Contact us for high performance solutions to your lighting needs.

 These photos are from a 250,000 square foot Scheels Sporting Goods store. This mega-store has been described as the “Disneyland of sporting goods” featuring over 90 specialty shops, an indoor 65 foot Ferris wheel, 16,000 gallon salt water aquarium, a mini bowling alley and archery lanes to name a few.

Scheels Sporting Goods 65 foot Ferris wheel

 

Application Photo Gallery


Paramount has been a supplier of lighting for the Marine industry for over 60 years. Our quality products, innovative technology, experience and service is second to none. For both custom and standard applications, our luminaires meet design challenges and generate high levels of illumination.

Paramount’s L1 Series and RF9 Series luminaires were used on pedestrian ferry Col. Frank X. Armiger, owned by the State of Louisiana, and operated by the state Department of Transportation and Development. This ferry traverses the Mississippi between Algiers Point and Canal Street in New Orleans.

 

Application Photo Gallery


Presenting another addition to our “Application Photo Gallery” which showcases challenging lighting conditions… circa 1960. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety and diverse areas Paramount has successfully illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting projects.