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Nulite Lighting T: 01278 792121 www.nulitelighting.co.uk


Anodised aluminium street lighting columns from Nulite come in a range of colours with coordinated elastomer bases. Anodised columns have a long design life and the surface is guaranteed not to split, flake or crack. Ideal for street scene design and available in twelve colours as standard. A full range of column sizes, doors and arms. Fully recyclable and resistant to corrosion from the sea or from busy traffic routes, the range offers beauty and sustainability over a long life.


EYE Lighting T: 01895 814418 www.eyelighting.com


LEDioc Flood Broad is one of the latest additions to EYE Lighting’s LEDioc range of LED products. As the name suggests it is designed to illuminate a broad surface area, making it ideal for – amongst other applications – lighting facades, banners, and billboards. Available In two colour temperatures, it can do so either with a cool white (5000K) or warm white (3000K) beam. The die-cast aluminium unit is IP65 rated and has an average rated life of 40000hrs but weighs in at only 4.6kgs, making it compact and lightweight as well as durable and long-lasting.


Riegens T: 01376 333 400 www.riegens.com


Riegens Lighting has created a new LED Lighting catalogue, which has been produced for use by anyone involved in the creation of an LED lighting scheme. Covering a range of luminaires for interior and amenity lighting, in addition to retail and display lighting, it emphasises the benefits of LEDs, and provides a focused guide on how to use LED light sources to the best effect. The catalogue explains the benefits of LED lighting which includes low energy consumption, up to 50,000 hours life, instant start up, direct light distribution and resistance to vibration and impact.


CP Electronics T: 0333 9000671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


CP Electronics were the chosen supplier for a lighting control system and a variety of PIR and microwave detectors at the newly constructed Scunthorpe Sports Academy, known as The Pods. The £21M project was completed with the use of sustainable systems and products, with the aim of achieving a “very good” BREEAM rating. Designed to provide a high quality sports facility, North Lincolnshire Council’s new leisure centre is a series of interconnecting domes created from natural materials and it is thought to be the first leisure facility built in this way. The Pods include an eight lane 25m swimming pool, state-of-the-art gym and a six court sports hall.


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The above shows the Bubble rings in 600/1000/1800/3000mm on the same suspension. Several arrangements can be made. The Bubble Tourbillon features concentric rings mounted within the largest ring which swivel independently. The range is in impact resistant polycarbonate and in opal, orange and other colours. The Bubble has been specified for the Google headquarters in Silicone Valley, the Ferrari World Park in Abu Dhabi and other prestigious projects including conference areas, exhibition halls and retail parks.The Bubble is part of a comprehensive range for buildings, residential, hospitals and all other interior projects.


Nulite Lighting T: 01278 792121 www.nulitelighting.co.uk


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