Case Studies

Three Reasons to Buy From Your Electrical Distributor

February 27, 2017 - If you’re not purchasing directly from an Electrical Distributor, you could be missing out on some advantages. As a supplier of electrical specialty lighting products to the electrical industry for over 40 years, Engineered Products Company understands the value of doing business with an Electrical Distributor. Three... Read More

Case Studies, Electrical News & Trends, Lighting, Product Accessories, Uncategorized

July 25, 2022 - The insulation of our home or business is not as noticeable during the warmer months of the year (Spring, Summer and Fall), and you probably will not notice any issues until sometime during the winter months. For example, last February, I needed to replace a dimmer switch in a junction box located on an exterior wall. When I... Read More

Ask the Electrician, Ask the Engineer, Case Studies, Electrical News & Trends, Fixture Whips, Lighting

July 25, 2022 - Lighting fixtures designed for use in health care facilities, must provide effective illumination and satisfy several demanding lighting and power requirements. Engineered Products Company’s (EPCO) Fixture Whips are the common thread among all health care and medical care facilities. Throughout our years servicing the... Read More

Case Studies, Lighting, Uncategorized

March 11, 2022 - Switching from fluorescent-based lighting to LEDs is becoming a no-brainer. Improved lighting quality, significantly higher energy efficiency and reduced maintenance due to longer lifespans are all factors weighing in LED technology’s favor. However, the choice of which LED option to choose from, especially with the ubiquitous... Read More

Case Studies, Electrical News & Trends, Fixture Whips, Lighting

December 29, 2021 - NFPA CODE CHANGE FOR 2022 A new guideline will take effect in January 2022 for our Illumination Control Fixture Whip (ICFW). This code change is in response to the 2020 Edition of National Fire Protection Association* (NFPA 70), Article 410.69. Just so you know, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)... Read More

Case Studies, Electrical News & Trends, Fixture Whips, Ground Bonding, Lighting

November 1, 2021 - Product customization and pre-fabrication services is a time and labor-saving investment for Distributors and Contractors that have taken advantage of this service from EPCO. Why? Because our customization and prefabrication service are built exactly to Distributor and Contractor specifications to meet their application... Read More

Case Studies, Electrical News & Trends, Lighting

LED Vapor Tight Linear Luminaire Blog Post

December 3, 2020 - To follow up on the article from earlier this summer (Updated Vapor Tight Luminaires), some of the key takeaways mentioned in addition to our vapor tight lighting products configurability were: “End-user” applicable LED Luminaires Light fixtures using T5/T8 LED lamps Fluorescent light fixtures (still relevant and... Read More

Single and Dual End Powered Fixture Bracket Kits_2

December 3, 2020 - Single vs. Dual End Powered Lamps - Which LED Lamp Do I Use, and When? Use EPCO's Fixture Bracket Kits to RetroFit Old Fluorescent Light Fixtures with Single- or Double-end Powered T8 LED Lamps by Allen Guidry, III Marketing Manager So I received a call from a contractor that just opened a lighting retrofit... Read More

LED Vapor Tight Linear Luminaire

September 15, 2020 - It’s no secret that EPCO’s LED Vapor Tight Linear Luminaires are essential for industrial, commercial, and retail buildings, warehouses, convenience stores, manufacturing production, food service facilities, car washes — basically anywhere a reliable and durable, indoor and outdoor water-resistant lighting solution is... Read More

Electrical News & Trends, Lighting, Product Accessories, Uncategorized

Power Equipment Whips

May 21, 2020 - As more energy efficient products continue to flood the marketplace, EPCO responded in the summer of 2019 by introducing the Power Equipment Whip (PEW). This new, lower cost equipment whip was developed to electrically connect two (2) or more devices using 12 AWG conductors which cost-effectively supports the transfer of... Read More