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Whether a business equips a building with emergency lighting fixtures and exit signs to ensure it meets all OSHA safety regulations, or simply wants to provide glow sticks for workers who might be caught unexpectedly in the dark, Grainger has the products you need when the power goes out. These products are essential to ensuring employee and customer safety, and can help first responders get to troubled areas quickly while avoiding potential hazards. From ballasts and battery packs to emergency lighting centers and the actual fixtures themselves, Grainger has all emergency lighting supply needs covered.

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what can you offer for emergency lighting for your home in case of a power outage?
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Any of our emergency fixtures can be used in a residential application. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss your application in greater detail.

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Many remote site buildings in Alaska use their own generators for power. Often this power is more variable than the power provided by municipal grids. And often the generators go down much more frequently than normal power grids.

Many of these buildings use or need battery powered emergency lighting. Do some types of emergency lighting batteries hold up better in this kind of situation than others? What product would be best?
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This is a good question, however, we need a bit more information to answer your question. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger so we can discuss your installation and voltage conditions in greater detail.

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