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There is always some fine print. I don't know if this is the light that you purchased, but it has the exact wording, so I'll show it as the example. The line in question means that they are surface mountable up to that level of light output (since they produce more heat.)


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High output fluorescent lights do generate a fair amount of heat. If directly attached to a solid surface the ballast will over heat and may turn off to cool down. The life of the light will be reduced due to the high heat. I always use 12 gauge single jack chain for mounting the 6 tube enclosed fixtures. I do have 5 or 6, 4 tube open fixtures that are ...


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Use a solvent degreaser for concrete floors, following manufacturer's instructions, on the oily areas. Then mop with warm water mixed with a bit of liquid laundry detergent and let it dry. If the treated area looks different due to alteration of the "waxy finish", use a hard floor wax remover on the entire floor, again follow instructions. If you wish to ...


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Would adding a ceiling keep my garage at a Warmer temperature for longer? Yes, but you probably need to at least seal around the doors and perhaps insulate plain metal doors. what is a good and low cost material to use? In my part of the world, mineral wool in rolls. You can suspend this in netting (the upper floor of an office building I use ...



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