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Hacel Lighting T: +44 (0) 191 280 9940 www.hacel.co.uk


Hacel Lighting announces their new LED Revlo Power Spot. With a clean, compact design, the distinctive LED light engine housing with a sleek pivotal arm is designed and manufactured within CREE test configuration guidelines, offering a 50,000 hour lifespan. Efficacies in excess of 83lm/W and high lumen output options up to 2500lm, the Revlo offers a high degree of flexibility with stylish design features. Available in White, Black or Graphite powder coat finishes (RAL based corporate colours available on request), the Revlo is also available in Surface, with concealed fixing covers, Single and Three Circuit Track mounted versions.


Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies T: +44 (0) 1922 707400 www.ingersollrand.co.uk


Dor­O­Matic folding doors are specially designed to provide maximum access when space is limited and a fast and cost­effective way of replacing existing doors. They are available as a single or simultaneous pair of folding doors, requiring less operating space, creating a clearer opening and easing traffic flow. Doors can be supplied fully framed or in all glass. Safety features available include motion detectors, threshold safety beams and sensors, electric locking, emergency breakout and monitored battery. Folding doors can also link to other access and security devices making them a fully versatile automatic access solution.


Retail Fraud Study www.martec­international.com


Mapping out loss prevention strategy without the latest benchmarks is like planning in the dark, and we all know that reducing losses is critical to success. The Retail Fraud Study, in conjunction with Volumatic and RGIS, is here to help. Containing highly detailed proprietary information the survey took 600hrs to complete with one­to­one interviews with 100 of the UK’s top retailers. It really is the must have tool for you to reduce your losses. Get your copy from the website: www.martec­international.com


ONELAN Digital Signage T: +44 (0) 1491 411 400 www.onelandigitalsignage.com


ONELAN is delighted to have been shortlisted for two AV Awards: Manufacturer of the Year and Digital Signage Project of the Year. NHS Rotherham's internal TV channel QTV, driven by ONELAN's Net­top­boxes, was the subject of the Digital Signage Project entry. QTV is a television network distributing health information to television screens located within patient waiting areas throughout the Rotherham borough. This demonstrates how effectively digital signage can be used to communicate with a wide audience. Universal AV was responsible for the installation and Onemedia services remotely monitor the ONELAN Net­top­boxes.


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Polyrey launched in June two smart new ranges of Monochrom and White Core Compact which offer highly aesthetic edge solutions on laminate products, centred on the classic design colours of black and white. First up is the Monochrom range of 1.2mm laminate that comes in the company’s best­selling N005 Noir black and B070 Blanc Megève white with a choice of no less than five surface textures including new innovations of Roche and Alliage. The laminate offers solid black or white core throughout and when used to laminate products offers the aesthetic benefit of no brown lines on the edges. Next up is White Core Compact combining purity of design with high performance. There are 56 finishes available, all with the designer premium edge detail of solid white.


Polyrey T: +44 (0) 1923 202700 www.polyrey.com


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