The LightRail® DifferenceLightRail® moves your indoor grow lights over the tops of the plants, reducing shadow patterns and getting the correct intensity of light on the leaves for optimum Leaf Area Index – the single most important factor in increasing your yield. You’ll get much better yields plus up to 20% more area covered – with our grow equipment, you save energy and money, and with much better results. LightRail® is the single best way to Super Charge your indoor grow lights. LightRail® – solidly made in the USA since 1986.Grow Better
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Moving your lights helps to prevent if not eliminate hot spots.
Rocking the LightRail in the shop – the plants love it!!!
We started by using 2 of your units. They have been in service 24 hours a day since 2002. They have moved up to six lights with 5′ para hoods on slave tracks and are now moving dual foci paras that weigh 40lbs each. Our LightRails have been in service for 11 years so far and no signs of fail on the horizon.
My LightRail paid for itself by the time I walked out the door.
LightRails are a must, increase your yield, be impressed!!!
Simply put, the rails make your gardening experience better! Less electricity, more efficiency!
It’s revolutionary! What’s not to like, this needs more exposure, amazing!
More efficient use of light makes the plants happier.
During build-up of present home – These siamesed paras weigh a solid 30+ lbs minus the ventilation system for them (top draw) and that adds even more drag and weight. 10 years as of February 2015 and still working great!
My favorite qualities of the light rail are how it negates the phototropic stretch of plants on the outer edges of the garden, and minimizes excessive heat build-up.
Saves electricity, allows you to move your light closer to the plant giving it more intense light without burning it. You can cover more area with one light. A great idea all around.
For less than outfitting an entire room with separate lights every x-number of feet apart, this provides light from more angles, simulating the real-life effect of ambient light on parts of the plants that otherwise would not get it in an artificial environment. This could honestly be called photosynthesis’ best friend.