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Right: 220 of MHA Lighting’s award-winning LB 36 fittings were used to create an ideal lighting system for the Grand Arcade Annex car park. Below: WILA advocate the use of LEDs as the demand for the technology continues to rise.


shows no signs of slowing, and a number of companies are showing their dedication to the technology by investing in LED showrooms. One such company is Infinite LED, and Managing Director Sam Tilley believes there is still considerable scope for development with LED technology. “LED’s are replacing all forms of lighting, and not only as bulb replacements but as whole light fittings, doing away with the need for a traditional bulb,” he explains. “Recently we have been working with companies to replace not only their office lighting with LED light panels, but also replacing traditional fluorescent tube fittings with a sleek light fitting replacement which does away with the bulbs completely and so is easier to clean, longer lasting and has a lower price, with a better light and a wider angle of light.”


The development of LEDs for use in a wider range of applications is leading to a number of highly respected names in the industry focusing on fully LED projects. Anglo-German lighting company WILA have recognised that the scope for LED products in the UK market is growing, and in response to


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this trend the company has produced its first ever completely LED catalogue, which features more than 2,000 products in its range. Commenting on the rapid growth, Mike Collett, WILA’s CEO, explained; “The LED story continues apace. A few years ago we really only saw LED used as a decorative light source. Now we have a whole range of this light technology with a product to suit every requirement of the discerning lighting professional.” This investment in LED technology stands out as a clear message that LED is here to stay; “LED was the disruptive technology just a few short years ago – now we are reaching the tipping point where it is becoming the product of choice for lighting designers,” concludes Collett.


Contact


Aurora T: +44 (0)1727 836 611 www.aurora.eu.com


Philips T: +44 (0)845 601 1283 www.lighting.philips.com


Selux T: +44 (0)1926 833 455 www.selux.com


Havells Sylvania T: +44 (0)870 606 2030 www.havells-sylvania.com


MHA Lighting T: +44 (0)1942 887 400 www.mhalighting.co.uk


Infinite LED T: +44 (0)1372 386 316 www.infiniteled.co.uk


WILA T: +44 (0)1235 773 500 www.wila.com


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