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To advertise in this section please contact Holly Croot on T: 07828 608162 or email holly@a1mediamagazines.com Thorn Lighting


+44 (0)1388 420042 www.thornlighting.co.uk


The new Omega LED luminaire from Thorn Lighting can be adapted to provide flexible mounting options including recessed, surface and suspended using a simple mounting kit. As well as through-life flexibility, it uses 50% less energy compared to a 4x18W T26 fluorescent equivalent, allowing a short payback time and substantial energy savings. When replacing 25 traditional fluorescent Omega 2 luminaires (4x14W T16) in an office application, the equivalent number of Omega LED fittings will achieve 40% energy savings and payback period of 2.8 years. Alternatively, 30 Omega LED fittings would increase the light level to 540 lux while still reducing energy consumption by 29% and achieving a payback period of 5.4 years.


Lumicom


0845 643 0304 www.lumicom.co.uk


GE Lighting


+36 1 447 6399 www.gelighting.com


GE Lighting is expanding its range of outdoor LED luminaires with the Odyssey, a new controllable fitting that makes the superior quality, efficiency and reliability of GE LED luminaires available for a wide range of applications in city streets and beyond. Manufactured/Assembled at GE Lighting’s LED Center of Excellence in Hungary, the new fixture is available in five different consumption levels, 20, 30, 40, 55 and 57 Watts, and comes with an adjustable mounting to within plus/minus 15 degrees, making it an ideal luminaire for a variety of street and roadway applications, industrial estates and walkways, as well as parks and gardens up to 15m high.


National Lighting


0845 634 1515 www.nationallighting.co.uk


The Magma LED floodlight which illuminates instantly and can be either wall or ground mounted. It has an IP65 rating, which means it has been designed to resist dust, heavy rain and even jet sprays. It comes with an integrated LED driver, constant current 350ma, and fixing accessories. Its low energy consumption means it provides an energy efficient option and reduces maintenance costs, another essential consideration for businesses. To view the full range and the latest price reductions visit


www.nationallighting.co.uk. For a free catalogue please call 0845 634 1515. In addition, catalogues are available at one of the seven local trade counters in Park Royal, Aintree, Basildon, Charlton, Hounslow, Leeds and Wapping.


Wieland


+44 (0)1483 531213 www.wieland.co.uk


Wieland Electric has taken structured wiring a step further with the introduction of gesis FLEX, a new compact and pluggable room automation system. gesis FLEX has been designed to meet the needs of a construction industry that is constantly under pressure to produce more efficient buildings with less waste and higher energy savings, using components that are quick to install and easy to handle. This new system ticks all the boxes and makes a real contribution to sustainable building automation.


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Lumicom, working closely with Thorn Lighting, is helping the University of Lincoln to meet stringent waste management targets by ensuring that old luminaires removed during a refurbishment project are disposed of in compliance with the WEEE Directive.


The University has set itself strict targets with a view to improving its waste management performance. By 2017, therefore, the University is committed to recycling more than half of its waste and no longer sending any waste to landfill. This environmental strategy has been clearly demonstrated during a large refurbishment programme to modernise 17 buildings in its halls of residence estate, comprising 1037 furnished student bedrooms.


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