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Energy Efficiency


reduced cooling load requirements by 25 percent. Florence Lam, who led Arup’s lighting team from London in designing the rainforest exhibit lighting, architectural lighting and daylighting for this project is impressed with the final results; “Sill’s high power metal halide projectors were best to meet the project requirements in terms of manufacturing quality, optical efficacy and operating temperature of up to 140F with special control gear”. Sill’s 003 high power projectors are used in major sports lighting, mirror system lighting and the 005 variant are ideal for illuminating high structures – both versions can be equipped with five different reflectors, offering different emission angles, each with a minimum light spill and glare. Housing of the fittings have large heat dissipating cooling fins made of Si12 corrosion resistant die-cast aluminium and a strengthened main reflector made of 99.98% pure aluminium, chemically polished and anodised with a built-in anti-glare shield. A fine stainless steel mesh protects the toughened front glass of the projector, and is silicon sealed into the aluminium bezel. The reflector is embedded in a die-cast aluminium, heat finned support ring, which pivots on the mounting stirrup. The new LED GU10 lamp from Mr Resistor


is an energy saving option that can be used to up efficiency without compromising design. The lamp can be retro fitted into the majority of GU10 light fittings on the market, meaning it can be incorporated into complicated designs. Chris Millard and his wife Flo have a new Lighting & Interiors company in Cornwall, and have used the


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Above left: Mr Resistor’s new LED GU10 Lamp offers energy efficiency without the need to compromise on design. Below: The Califoria Academy of Sciences in San Francisco use Sill Lighting’s to create the look of natural lighting in their Living Forest.


lamp on a variety of projects; “The key advantage with the LED lamp is the variety of beam angles available; I have not managed to create such effective narrow beam angles with other existing LED Lamps.’’ Finally, safety need not be sacrificed for energy efficiency; GlassGuard's IP65 fixtures deliver energy saving of up to 40% whilst eliminating the risk of glass contamination. This means that an installation of 22 GlassGuard IP65 fixtures with T5 wound save 1 Kilowatt of energy per hour, equating to £182.00 cash per year. This paves the way for major energy saving opportunities in larger installations. A typical building with 500 T8 fluorescent fixtures could save £4,000 per year by switching to GlassGuard IP65 T5 fixtures.


Contact:


Click Scolmore 01827 63454 www.scolmore.com


Harvard 0113 383 1000 www.HarvardEng.com


Sill Lighting 01844 260006 www.sill-uk.com


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