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Over the years, DAGR has had the good fortune to work on many projects with great clients in the forestry sector. We appreciate all that they have done for us, and in support of Canada's softwood lumber industry, DAGR will give a 7.7% discount to Canadian operations affected by these additional tariffs. Share this post and support the Canadian Timber Industry.

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DAGR was approached by a customer to provide a lighting solution for their 110ft communications masts to enable them to also operate as light towers. The customer sought an LED solution as they not only provide excellent low-light performance, but also enable considerable fuel savings as gensets are used to power the masts. The fixtures selected for the project were the 400W MP700 Multi-Purpose light with a 60° optic and with a 20° optic (Images below on the left and right respectively). The 60° optic creates a greater beam width, allowing for a wider light distribution with a shorter range. The 20° optic has a much narrower distribution but has a much greater range.

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A collection of lighting design samples showcasing DAGR's ability to provide lighting design services for a wide variety of facilities and operations.

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As a result of the upgrade, Richardson saw a dramatic improvement and light levels and overall light uniformity – providing workers with a safer, more functional work environment. In all, energy consumption was reduced by more than 60%, saving Richardson approximately $25,000 in energy-related costs annually.

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As a result of the implementation of the lighting design, the new Lavington plant provides workers with a safe, efficient and functionally lit work environment. It is estimated that by choosing LED lighting, energy consumption has been reduced by 70% over conventional lighting, with energy savings of approximately $200,000 over 5 years. With energy and maintenance savings, the project will pay for itself in under 2 years.

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With Lakeland Mills, the Sinclar Group has set a new standard for safety in the Canadian sawmill industry. The facility is well-lit, contributing to a safe and positive work environment. It is estimated that energy consumption has been reduced by 72% over conventional lighting, with a projected energy savings of approximately $540,000 over five-years. With energy and maintenance savings, the lighting project will pay for itself in one-year.

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Through their LED lighting retrofit projects, Canfor has achieved annual energy savings in excess of 8,000,000 kWh, amounting to $4,500,000 in 5-year savings when including maintenance. The majority of projects have seen reductions in consumption of up to 70% and paybacks typically under 2 years with some at just 1 year with support from the PowerSmart program.

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Installed in early 2013, the new industrial LEDs from DAGR have delivered superior illumination and reliability for Apollo Forest Products. It is estimated that energy consumption has been reduced by 71% over conventional lighting, with a projected energy savings of approximately $800,000 over five-years. Several years later, Apollo continues to be happy with DAGR’s product performance and customer service.

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