Thursday, June 4, 2015

New Cohesive Blog Post: Big Ship Salvage Offers Nautical Lighting!

nautical lighting exampleBig Ship Salvage has updated their website and now offers even more nautical lighting options.
Nautical lighting has become a high demand product for creative indoor and outdoor lighting projects. Nautical lighting is generally lighting made of cast brass or stamped copper parts. The cast brass material typically found in authentic nautical lighting gave the lights the ability to withstand the harsh elements associated with the saltwater conditions. Nautical lights can be found in many different designs, but the two most common designs are bulkhead lights and ceiling lights.
Bulkhead lights were designed to be mounted to directly to the interior and exterior walls of ships that were commonly called bulkheads. Bulkhead nautical lights are almost always bolted or connected directly to the wall with a 90-degree neck that directed the lamination in a downward direction. This design made the bulkhead lighting more waterproof and placed the lamination directly towards the walking or working surface. Bulkhead nautical lights have been used with and without junction boxes. The use of a junction box extended the lighting further away from the wall giving room for exposed wall conduit piping to enter the light and be waterproof.
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