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systems. The company works with many designers, architects and pool builders across the country, providing various dynamic effects using the latest innovative technology and ensuring the smooth integration of lighting products.

Their success has been due to

responding to pool industry requests for flexible and practical lighting systems to create the perfect pool atmosphere. When special effects have been requested or when traditional lighting can’t be installed, fibre optic lighting has been recommended and used – ie: pool floor lighting, perimeter lines, stretch ceilings and surrounding areas. The company prides itself on service and industry knowledge. Understanding a project and plans is essential and the company will if requested, visit a site in an advisory capacity and can always estimate costs from detailed plans.

Atmospheric Zone have now secured exclusive UK distributorship for leading brand Astel known for their high quality marine lighting products fitted to luxury yachts. Progress in LED pool lamp technology has been made by Astel Lighting producing the world’s first compact ultra then LED underwater light pool lights with built in drivers.

Some of the main features of the product include being able to install the product on a flat surface without the need for surface preparation, availability in a hand finished stainless steel casing, synchronisation units, and dimmer or DMX interfaces.

HUGO LAHME OFFERS MORE BRIGHTNESS AND EFFICIENCY Hugo Lahme GmbH, a leading manufacturer of high-quality swimming pool technology and equipment has announced the next generation of VitaLight®

POWER LED underwater

spotlights. This new series of ‘Made in Germany’ spotlights possesses numerous innovations and replaces the proven and sought-after first generation of the

CASE STUDY Atmospheric Zone Shed Some Light On Subterranean Sanctuary

This stunning indoor pool in the South Downs was created by Tanby Pools is located at the site of a former local brewery. The listed Georgian building was being entirely renovated. For nearly 200 years, the cellar area where the pool now sits had been previously used for the storage of beer kegs until a fire damaged the building. Signs of its former life were still visible in the rusted fittings attached to walls and the space had no natural light. Sussex based Atmospheric Zone was commissioned at a very early stage to help with design and choice of potential luminaires. The client was keen to hide any cabling and conduits and the luminaires themselves so as not to

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interfere with the aesthetics of the existing brick construction. Working to the clients expectations was the key to this project. The pool lighting and surrounding design had to be very carefully selected to offer a specific level and effect of ambience to the space. The client imported handmade tiles from Singapore which Tanby Pools had to very carefully set the linear LED Pro strip into and keep shadow gaps equal along the length. The task was achieved with outstanding results.

It was an exciting challenge for all involved to meet the client’s deadlines and aspirations. Working closely together, both

Atmospheric Zone and Tanby Pools have helped the client to own one of the most beautiful subterranean sanctuaries in the UK.

The largest of the POWER LED 2.0 from Hugo Lahme is outfitted with 30 POWER LEDs

premium spotlight.

This POWER LED 2.0 series simplifies cable installation as it is operated by intelligent DC Powerline Technology by way of 2-wire technology.

It also sets new benchmarks in the sectors light yield and brightness. Up to 50% more brightness at almost equal power consumption compared to the former monochrome VitaLight®

rectangular covers made of stainless steel (316L/316Ti) being available for all POWER LED spotlights. All new VitaLight®


underwater spotlights are suitable for a wide range of pool types including the retrofitting of existing facilities. With the launch of the new underwater spotlights, the company will also simplify its product descriptions and in future, all new spotlights shall carry the specification VitaLight®


followed by the number of LEDs in the spotlight. The specifications of the former spotlights shall not change.


Better known for their quality filtration products, lighting solutions are also available from Waterco thanks to their Britestream and Litestream products.

underwater spotlights

and still clearer, more brilliant colours in the RGB variations provide ever more impressive colour designs for swimming pools. There will be a whole family of new spotlights for all uses. There are five different models with a different amount of LEDs. The largest of the POWER LED 2.0 is outfitted with 30 POWER LEDs and there are also models with 21, 15, 12, 9 and 4 POWER LEDs available.

Design choice has also increased with both the known and proven round stainless steel covers as well as new, high quality

The Britestream LED Light utilises energy efficient super bright LEDs that are capable of delivering 352 lumens of light whilst operating on only 15 watts of energy. The Britestream LED lights are available as either surface mounted or niche mounted. The niche light is a flush mounted light which protrudes only 11mm from the pool/ spa wall and offers the same energy savings as the surface mounted version, operating on only 15% of the energy of a halogen light. The Britestream range includes BriteWhite, Blue, or if a splash of colour is needed, the Britestream Multicoloured LED lights can produce a multitude of different colours without the need for coloured lenses. The light’s multicoloured combinations are easily programmed via its light switch and the product features a built in colour memory, which means the light’s multicoloured LEDs always defaults to its last colour selection. Nine different colour programmes are available.

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