SONARAY ships first custom Obi NSF-rated triple light bar fixture

SONARAY today announced it has shipped the first order of its "custom" NSF Obi triple bracket light bars to one of Forbes top 100 rated private companies.

The product is a custom design tested to 3000 PSI hose down, is IP69K rated, NSF and DLC certified, and is the first product of its kind to be rebate approved by Dominion Energy in its class rating due to the exceptional lumen output from the fixture.

The fixture has been engineered to these standards by Virginia-based SONARAY who worked directly with the client's onsite engineering team to jointly develop a specific, custom product utilizing three 30-watt Obi Light Bars, motion sensing, and various other proprietary features developed by SONARAY.

The fixture will not only save this client money and pay for the retrofit installation in right at one year, but will greatly increase the lumen output and safety for the facility.

A unique energy saving feature of the product is that it not only reduces the clients kilowatt and energy consumption resulting in savings, but its "cool" operation, as determined by the client's own HVAC engineering team shows that there is additional savings just based on the reduction in heat generation in the facility.

The fixture is specifically designed for use in food processing facilities and is the first joint collaboration between SONARAY and customers in this industry as it relates to the full development and engineering for a specific application.

Obi Light Bars were introduced in 2017 by SONARAY and have enjoyed exceptional market acceptance.  This new fixture is but one derivation of the base model and is indicative of the company's ability to provide custom solutions to large enterprise accounts.

SONARAY has touted itself as a "right-sized" company willing to address specific sector and vertical market needs due to its ability to backwards integrate as well as work projects that require direct interface with agents and/or clients within an industry subset.

Ken Bryant