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Selux Lighting T: +44 (0)1926 833455 www.selux.co.uk


“Imagine being able to draw with light. Not just for accent, but truly usable light. With M36 we aim to allow architects and designers do just that“ says Selux UK MD, Norman Emery. With its 36mm width, and 35 combinations of profiles and diffuser Selux are confident that they provide the ultimate in narrow LED light line solutions. Continous lengths starting from a minimum of 600mm up to 5 metres between power feeds, 90 and 45 degree corners in both vertical and horizontal planes, 3000 and 4000k colour temperatures, 1-10v and DALI dimming and direct/indirect options allows designers and architects the possibilty to draw with light in a way that can be confidently and cost effectively achieved with a solid 5 year guarantee.


IST Ltd T: +44 (0)1922 457712 www.istl.com


IST Ltd, the UK designer and manufacturer of iDrive® LED driver and Serenity Lighting systems, has announced the formation of a strategic distribution agreement with the Cooper Controls Group company Lightfactor to distribute the iDrive® range of LED drivers. The strategic partnership will enable IST to leverage the strength of Lightfactor’s experience in the installation and lighting controls sector, allowing IST to focus on developing high quality, innovative and cost-effective LED drivers that offer world class solutions to the lighting market.


SILL Lighting T: +44 (0)1844 260006 www.sill-uk.com


Sill Lighting, leaders in high performance metal halide, LED projectors and special products has launched a brand new website, www.sill-uk.com, showcasing its stunning portfolio of projects around Britain and the world. With clean, crisp graphics that are quick to download, the new site is easy to navigate, giving lighting designers and specifiers instant access to Sill’s complete range of high performance projectors. The home page carries regular news on Sill, downloadable brochures, exceptional photography as well as keeping visitors up to date with company and industry developments.


Aura Long Life Lamps T: +44 (0) 1952 200181 www.auralight.com


Aura UltiLED Long Life is a high lumen LED light source that delivers excellent energy efficiency, high quality of light, and has a lifetime of at least 60,000 hours. UltiLED Long Life gives you all the benefits of LED lighting today, while ensuring that you can easily upgrade your lighting installation as LED technology develops, without replacing the entire LED luminaire.


Hamilton Litestat T: +44 (0)1747 860088 www.hamilton-litestat.com


Decorative electrical wiring accessories, audio and lighting control manufacturer Hamilton Litestat has supplied a varied selection of its switch plates and sockets to renowned horse trainer Paul Nicholls’ new house in Ditcheat, Somerset.


Mr Nicholls’ new residence is a luxury 5,500 square foot new build comprising 23 rooms, all of which have been built and finished to his specification. The interiors are elegant and classically styled, yet with contemporary touches to bring them right into the 21st century. Maximum use has been made of natural daylight, with numerous large period-style sash windows looking out on to the beautiful Somerset countryside. However, electric lighting has also been used to stunning effect with an impressive chandelier installed above the main curved staircase.


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