The main difference between a warm white light bulb, a natural white bulb, a pure white bulb and a cool white light bulb is the colour they emit. Dependant on the purpose of the premises, will depend on your choice of colour for both commercial and industrial uses such as hospitals, racking aisles in warehouses, sports facilities and domestic use.
Warm white bulbs offer a more relaxing and a softer light, these would more commonly be found in the home in rooms where you enjoy relaxing such as the living room or dining room. Or where a dimmable lighting option is available, or candle lights to create a particular lighting effect.A natural white light bulb is a little cleaner in appearance with just a hint of warmth, pure white is plain without any warmth and a cool white light contains more blue light and looks brighter to the eye.
LED lighting has a positive sustainable impact on the environment and by using LED bulbs we are reducing our energy consumption, which in turn reduces our carbon footprint and helps our environment. LED lights are up to 80% more efficient than more traditional lighting such as fluorescent and incandescent lights. The bulbs can last up to 6 times longer making them a very attractive replacement for existing bulbs in our homes, offices, and industrial premises.
LED light bulbs are energy efficient. 95% of energy in an LED bulb is converted into light and only 5% is wasted as heat. The less energy we use reduces power plant demand and therefore reduces greenhouse gas emissions and well as saving us money!
These LED light bulbs contain no toxic elements unlike other bulbs, so eventually when they are disposed of, they are significantly reducing toxic waste which helps protect our environment. LED bulbs also helps the distribution of light in the required direction, meaning that fewer LED lights are needed to create the desired lighting effect such as a brighter, more natural daylight look.