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Absolute Action T: +44 (0) 1622 351 000 www.absolute-action.com


Originally developed for the most exclusive hotels, many guests so enjoyed using these clever reading lights that they are now installed in discerning residences all over the world! With the slim-line low voltage projector tucked neatly behind the bedhead, simple touch on/off and dim activates absolutely safe, cool and discreet light – with absolutely no heat or electricity. Flexible adjustment via the gooseneck delivers the light just where you need it – no glare or spill to disturb a sleeping partner. Dimmed and turned down, it also makes an ideal nightlight for young children.


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 to 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.


MID Lighting T: +44 (0) 1494 437 962 www.midlighting.co.uk


MID Lighting recently supplied their PREMLED LED luminaire to a new office refurbishment in Hertfordshire. The original fluorescent design had the fittings space at conventional 2.4 centres. By using MID Lighting’s PREMLED, which has a luminaire efficacy of 98 Luminaire Lm/cW and excellent spacing characteristics, it was possible to space the fittings at 3m centres and still achieve the same lighting levels and uniformity. This reduced the number of fittings required and made further energy savings for the client.


Riegens Lighting T: +44 (0) 1376 333 400 www.riegens.co.uk


Cirrus luminaires from Riegens Lighting have been used to help reduce energy consumption while ensuring a high quality lit environment at Nestlé’s newly extended Product Technology Centre (PTC) in York. Riegens Illusion luminaires have also been used in refurbished offices. All of the fittings have been supplied with DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) control gear to optimise the control of the lighting. Opened by Environment Minister David Heath, the extended research and development facility further enhances the York facility’s role as a global centre of excellence in confectionery research.


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Saxby Lighting T: +44 (0) 845 053 1190 www.saxbylighting.com


Coming soon our NEW Shield Plus range of fire rated downlights. Featuring a unique screwless terminal block for fast installation, combined with style, practicality and ease of fit. Meets BS requirements for 30, 60 and 90 minute ceilings and are resistant to the passage of sound. The Shield Plus is suitable for energy efficient lamps, with low maintenance costs whilst providing high light output and can be used in any room around the home. For more information on the range please visit www.saxbylighting.com or call 0845 053 1190.


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