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INTERIORS; SAFETY & SECURITY; LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Creating luxury through lighting


Control systems from CP Electronics have been used to inject a sense of luxury to a Premier League football club, and one of Manchester’s most highly sought-after apartment blocks. The RAPID system from CP Electronics enables Wolves’ team


to operate eight different pre-programmed scenes including controlling perimeter lights, through to dimming them to an optimal level for presentations, and even a disco lighting setting at a touch of button. To help create and control the luxury ambience of CitySuites, CP Electronics also supplied its D-Mate®


room control system to the communal areas


of the building, including the reception, gym and pool. 0333 900 0671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk/projects


Enhance the ambience of any space


Sylvania has launched ToLEDo™ Mirage, an innovative and sophisticated new range of LED lamps. Designed to exude class and enhance ambience, the range is perfect for use in homes, restaurants, hotels, bars and heritage buildings.


The range boasts an innovative patented design and features a scratch and high temperature resistant golden-tinted glass envelope, replicating the optical effect of classic multi-filament incandescent lamps with a distinctly modern flair. Low power consumption and extended 25,000 hours lifetime make it the ideal decorative lighting alternative for traditional incandescent and halogen lamps.


www.sylvania-lighting.com/en-gb/applications DoubleTree by Hilton integrates high-specification fire audio solution from Advanced


DoubleTree by Hilton, part of Hilton Worldwide, has selected a high-performance fire system from Advanced at their eight-storey, 366 room hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. An Advanced audio system was specified by the stylish, four-star, DoubleTree by Hilton Boston North Shore as it met regulatory requirements for the low frequency 520 Hz warning tones necessary for the sleeping areas of the hotel and its award-winning emergency communications system, PerfectSync, synchronized tones and digital messages to ensure compliance with local codes. PerfectSync automatically synchronizes audio, voice and strobe signals across Advanced’s Axis AX fire alarm networks dynamically, as conditions change. Synchronization of audio and visual signals across multiple notification zones, floors & areas, prevents confusion in an emergency situation and aids in meeting intelligibility standards. Advanced’s Axis AX system has been designed to offer enhanced power and performance in a user-friendly format, offering a vast range of configurations, control and interface options all with simple set-up and operation.


01670 707111 uk.advancedco.com


MACS AUTOMATED BOLLARD SYSTEMS


Macs Automated Bollard Systems Ltd specialise in the nationwide supply of security bollards and vehicle restriction solutions. Commonly used to help to secure private driveways and prevent unauthorised use of private parking spaces, telescopic security bollards serve as both a visual deterrent, helping to prevent attempted theft of vehicles and property, and offer a physical security barrier between the road and the protected area. With customer satisfaction our number one goal, our team will thoroughly discuss and assess your specific needs, and work to deliver a solution to fit.


For more information on any of our services, please visit www.macs-bollards.com, or to talk to one of our advisors call 0161 3206462


ADF JANUARY 2019


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