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ICEL T: +44 (0) 20 8677 0718 www.icel.co.uk


ICEL is a trade association that is the emergency lighting arm of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA). ICEL is the foremost UK authority on emergency lighting, and its members are manufacturers of components and products for emergency lighting fittings. The organisation’s representatives serve on BSI and International Standards committees, developing harmonised product safety and application standards. Therefore, ICEL members are well placed to give advice on product selection and can be expected to provide quality emergency lighting products.


Optime Lighting


T: +44 (0) 1462 441920 www.optime.co.uk


Techni Wire is a twin parallel tensioning wire system, which is capable of loadings of up 300 watt (25A) and spanning distances of six metres. To achieve longer runs please contact our technical department. The beauty of the system is that you can tension it virtually off any type of surface including walls, ceilings and floors. Ideal for when fixing points are minimal. With Techni Wire you can also form square, hexagonal and zig zag formations, enabling you to position the light just where you want it.


Delmatic T: +44 (0) 208 987 5900 www.delmatic.com


Delmatic has published two handy guides for increasing the energy efficiency of lighting. ‘Dali Without Addressing’ is an in-depth guide that details how to apply Dali in different ways to different areas of a building to optimise Dali control and minimise Dali addressing. The ‘insider’ tips include where to use Dali Plug-In and Dali Broadcast approaches, recommend types of Dali installation for specific areas or the degree of flexibility required in an area, and explain how to halve cabling using single buswire technology. The guide also includes a case study to illustrate the points raised.


Megaman T: +44 (0) 845 408 4625 www.megamanuk.com


Megaman’s Liliput range of lamps have been used throughout the new Meriden Bar & Restaurant within Birmingham Airport, which is run by Food Travel Experts, SSP. Used as an alternative to Halogen light sources, the energy saving lamps will ensure low maintenance costs and energy consumption. Liliput, the world’s smallest energy saving lamps are available in B22, & E27 bases and are particularly suitable for retrofitting to luminaires originally designed for GLS lamps.


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Display Lighting T: +44 (0) 161 207 3355 www.display-lighting.com


Expert in lighting for retail displays, Display Lighting Ltd is the UK designer and manufacturer of the widely- specified DisplayLED Profile Lighting System. It is a sleek LED lighting solution, simple to install with an array of fixing possibilities. Shown here mounted horizontally on slender legs, DisplayLED’s chrome profile is also perfect for mounting vertically and offers adapters to support glass shelving. The system creates an even wash of light throughout the display using 120 high bright LEDs per metre in cool, warm or neutral white to enhance the merchandise on display. Advanced light colour changing technology is also available to allow added flexibility. DisplayLED is available in bespoke lengths to fit displays up to 2000mm.


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