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The ICE luminaire range from Jordan


The ICE luminaire range from Jordan not only offers excellent photometric performance but has also been designed with a keen eye on aestheCcs. By calling on their experience and technical understanding of opCcal design Jordan has created this contemporary range of products that bridges the gap between the demand for increased efficiencies and current design aspiraCons.


By incorporaCng the Jordan designed curved central linear prism together with advanced reflector technology the ICE range offers high LORs with excellent glare control and all without compromising either looks, pracCcality of installaCon or maintenance. The opCcally exacCng frosted diffuser panels provide a large luminous area offering a pleasing appearance but through clever design only a 120mm void depth is required for the install. With versions for various lamp opCons and control gear together with integral three hour duraCon emergency control gear this range is available to suit most ceiling types and sizes. The ICE range is another Jordan engineered soluCon that Ccks the boxes for the modern lighCng OEM.


With its 2011 re-design of its manufacturing facility now complete Jordan has increased capacity significantly to accommodate the increased demand from its LighCng OEM customers. The new producCon flow will allow for the rapid producCon and deployment of even more new product developments planned for release later this year.


Contact: JORDAN Reflectors Ltd. T: 01268 415 828 www.jordanreflectors.co.uk


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