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All our products are manufactured using the highest grade materials available and offered to you at an exceptional price. We pride ourselves on our vast selection and our fully-stocked warehouse consisting of quality fluorescent light diffusers and more!
We’re a woman-owned family business that has proudly provided first-class lighting diffusion for over 25 years. When it comes to quality replacement lenses, wraps, eggcrates, tube guards, and more, we really know our stuff! It’s our pleasure to offer you the products you desire at a fair price, with attention to customer service that is unparalleled throughout the industry. Please, browse around and get to know Diffuser Specialist – and let us know how we can help you find what you need!
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find exactly what you need and, if we don’t stock it, we can manufacture it to your exact specification.
The performance of your lights is impacted by the condition of the covers attached to them. By replacing wraparound diffusers with our easy, Ready-to-Go covers, you can restore the efficiency, appearance, and performance of the fixture with ease! These are incredibly easy to install or replace, so keeping them up-to-date is a simple task.
Some people are more sensitive to the Radiation given off by Fluorescent Lighting because of medical conditions. Naturalux Fluorescent Lighting Filters reduce the glare of your fluorescent lighting and eliminate more UV radiation, so the effects are lessened. Most of All, Overlay lenses are easy to install and are designed to rest on top of your existing prismatic lens or parabolic louver.
Diffuser Specialist assumes no responsibility for the suitability of luminaires and applications. The use of lenses near and above 70°C temperatures with high UV output light sources will cause degradation of the material.