Apoc Industries Offers High-End Patented LED Light Bars
Apoc Industries, started in early 2014, manufactures high-end, patented LED light bars with IP 68 ratings and nearly indestructible designs. Their patented 3D optics offer tight spots at superior distances and low amp-drawing floods with high lumens.
Maryville Tn, October 7, 2014 (Newswire) -Apoc Industries in Maryville TN now offers custom, high-end, and affordable LED light bars for trucks, Jeeps, and ATV’s. Smith Customs, a 10 year old customizing, fabricating, and powder-coating business for the off-road world became Apoc Industries in early 2014. Smith Customs began prototyping and testing LED light bars 3 years ago. Josh Smith, co-owner of Apoc Industries, saw a large gap between high-end, high-cost LED light bars and brackets, and low-quality, cheap light bars. "We slowly started testing and prototyping LED light bars and brackets until we knew we had a product we could put our promise behind," said Smith. With the new LED light bars and brackets that Smith Customs was developing Josh knew that they could offer a high-end product at a price that the average off-roading enthusiast could afford. Thus was born Apoc Industries.
We slowly started testing and prototyping LED light bars and brackets until we knew we had a product we could put our promise behind.
Apoc Industries’ light bars are IP 68 rated, which means they are fully waterproof and submersible. They have an unbreakable lens, Crees top of the line LED’s with low-battery draw, and patented 3D optics making their LED light bars a high quality and unique truck, Jeep, and ATV lighting option at a fraction of the cost of other high-end light bars.
Apoc Industries’ patented optics offer one of the best light patterns on the market: a tight spot for superior distance of the light, and a great controlled flood pattern that gives higher than normal lumen output without drawing more amps. Apoc lights have a 5 year “no questions asked” warranty against any LED failure and water intrusion, including condensation inside of the lens.