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    I wasn't aware of the slot drains, and they look interesting.

    NDS makes a lot drainage products. The big box stores only carry a fraction of what they make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    I wasn't aware of the slot drains, and they look interesting.

    NDS makes a lot drainage products. The big box stores only carry a fraction of what they make.

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    Slot drains are primarily a industrial clean floor solution....sanitary ...easy to clean.....work great.....fast n easy to set and pour in the floor......but $$$ ....i do not know if there is a redily availible consumer product availible yet

    $$$$$ and availiblity is the issue ....dont think anyone makes a "plastic clone" of this yet.....we had ours made to spec by a metal shop
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    The weather finally improved some and I hung a couple of the UFO lights. I hung them on the trusses, they are at 17 feet. They throw good light in a diameter of about 38 feet at that height. I thought the light was very clear, seemed cleaner and not so much like an LED if that makes any sense.

    Overall, I was impressed with the color of the light and the brightness. You still can't look at them and not see giant spots when you close your eyes. I'll be buying 10 more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    The weather finally improved some and I hung a couple of the UFO lights. I hung them on the trusses, they are at 17 feet. They throw good light in a diameter of about 38 feet at that height. I thought the light was very clear, seemed cleaner and not so much like an LED if that makes any sense.
    Overall, I was impressed with the color of the light and the brightness. You still can't look at them and not see giant spots when you close your eyes. I'll be buying 10 more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    The weather finally improved some and I hung a couple of the UFO lights. I hung them on the trusses, they are at 17 feet. They throw good light in a diameter of about 38 feet at that height. I thought the light was very clear, seemed cleaner and not so much like an LED if that makes any sense.

    Overall, I was impressed with the color of the light and the brightness. You still can't look at them and not see giant spots when you close your eyes. I'll be buying 10 more.
    You do have a roof on that building right......??!!

    Impressive, they look like a great solution for a high bay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    The weather finally improved some and I hung a couple of the UFO lights. I hung them on the trusses, they are at 17 feet. They throw good light in a diameter of about 38 feet at that height. I thought the light was very clear, seemed cleaner and not so much like an LED if that makes any sense.

    Overall, I was impressed with the color of the light and the brightness. You still can't look at them and not see giant spots when you close your eyes. I'll be buying 10 more.

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    looks great....looks like you were testing for light and pattern ....much better than hanging a bunch and then flipping the switch and having dark spots at least you know what your working with....fwiw white gravel and white sheet metal reflects a lot more light than flat grey concrete and wood etc (something to keep in mind depending on your final finishes)
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    Ouch, got a quote for concrete from a local guy, $22K. I talked to the foreman from my Amish guys that did the sheet metal. He's got an Amish guy he used to work for that does cement. I might have Amish concrete too.
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