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New technology reduces energy consumption


MHA Lighting’s new LED technology has been installed at Hyndburn Lei- sure Centre with the aim of reducing energy consumption and bills. Hynd- burn Borough Council selected MHA Lighting’s LED technology for the light uniformity and colour rendering offered, as well as the fact that it is low glare. The company designed a bespoke solu- tion for the sports hall, installing 40 LightStar 205 LED luminaires into the pre-existing high bay infrastructure.


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Musco’s LED lights shine brighter at Twickenham


An LED lighting solution from Musco is being used as a way to enhance the playing and viewing experience at Twickenham Stadium. The installation is part of the Rugby Football Union’s stadium redevelopment plan. Musco’s solution offers a higher level of efficiency and more targeted lighting than the previous system, which also means that the spill light and glare coming from the stadium is reduced. Instant on/off/dimming controls enable the stadium to feature special effects lighting.


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Abacus completes ‘white rose’ Headingley project


New 56-metre high ‘white rose’ em- blem floodlights from Abacus Lighting are now fully operational at Heading- ley cricket ground, home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club. The company met specified lighting performance levels with the installation around the perim- eter of the pre-existing stand structure. Four Abacus Challenger 3 floodlights combined with louvre shields were used to provide upward light and over- spill control at the cricket ground.


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Crashing through the ice at skating competition


Spread out over 3sq miles in St. Paul, Minnesota, US, Harman Mar- tin Professional fixtures were used to light the track and viewing area at Red Bull’s Crashed Ice event. An after-dark competitive ice cross downhill skating event, Crashed Ice takes place four times a year on temporary 1,500ft long ice tracks in different cities. 108 of Martin’s new fixture, the MAC Quantum Wash, were used for their colour rendering, beam punch, and low weight, mount- ed on towers along the track. MAC Viper Wash DX units were used in filling in dark sections of the tracks, making the races more photogenic.


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