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Astro T: +44 (0)1279 427001 www.astrolighting.co.uk


Astro Lighting has proved that British design can not only hold its own, but is actually sprinting ahead of its European competitors. The British designer and manufacturer of lighting solutions has just announced that its top ten European distributors are showing an 80% year-on-year sales growth. Exhibiting in Europe has also proved to be an extremely positive strategy for Astro Lighting, and earlier this month the team were at Light+Building in Frankfurt for the sixth time where they enjoyed their most successful show yet.


GE Lighting


T: +44 (0)800 169 8290 www.gelighting.com/eu


GE Lighting has made a significant breakthrough in the move towards greater standardisation of LED light engines with the announcement of its first Zhaga- compliant products. GE Lighting’s full range of Infusion™ LED modules were shown at Light & Building carrying the Zhaga logo based on these modules being designed to the approved Zhaga ‘Book 5’ specification for Socketable Light Engines with Separate Electronic Control Gear.


Universal Fibre Optics T: +44 (0)1890 883416 www.fibreopticlighting.com


Universal Fibre Optics’ busy stand at Light+Building played host to a range of new products. Firstly, our new LED light sources, which are suitable for decorative, sensory & gallery display purposes, combine multiple control options, including remote control and DMX, and high output with near silent operation. We also showed our new LED track lighting, which is set to revolutionise the display lighting market. With a range of colour temperatures, each spotlight can be positioned independently, allowing precise focus on your exhibits.


Venture T: +44 (0)845 230 2222 www.venturelightingeurope.com


Venture displayed a variety of newly launched products at the show that offered high performance and energy efficiency as well as low operating costs. Ranges included: the CM-CITY lamps for outdoor lighting, the ECO Watt offering an immediate 10% energy saving and the PulseStart Twin-Arc ideal for applications where re-lamping is costly and/or disruptive and the new SPC (Super PulseStart Ceramic) colour lamp that offers excellent lumen output, colour and life. The new programmable PART NIGHT ballast that enables outdoor HID lighting to operate at different light outputs at different periods of time was also on display.


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Flamboyant, eclectic, colourful and unique is just some of the ways to describe some of the artistic fittings designed by Flambeau of New Orleans. Flambeau have recently signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Elstead Lighting to facilitate their 220V- 240V sales opportunities. With deliveries scheduled to commence from June 2012, Elstead used the Frankfurt Light + Building show to launch this exciting development.


Products will feature on the new Elstead website at the end of May and at Decorex in September. (Image is of the Audubon Chandelier)


Elstead T: +44 (0)1420 82377 www.elstead-lighting.co.uk


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