Integrated ceiling Lightlines from Hunter Douglas
Hunter Douglas Sun Control + Facades
Luxalon Lightlines from Hunter Douglas are specifically designed for integration with Luxalon Multi-Panel Ceilings to maximize design opportunities.
These decorative, subtle bands of light enhance the Linear Metal Ceilings and also provide way-finding solutions in public areas such as hospitals, schools and airports.
Luxalon Lightlines consist of embedded strings in translucent polycarbonate extrusions that fit into the joints of the Luxalon Multi-panel ceiling range.
A range of options are availbale in six colour choices: white, warm white, amber, red, green, and blue.
There are six lengths available from 160mm to 1,160mm, which can be combined to deliver a unique ceiling design.
Power consumption of 3.6W per linear meter, together with a maximum operating temperature of 35C means a low impact on a buildings total power usage.
Luxalon Lightlines do not require the assistance of a professional light installation specialist as they click into the 20mm joint between the panels and up to six Lightlines can be connected to the 6-way plug which connects to the mains power supply.
With a lifetime of 20,000 hours for the LED, Lightlines require less maintenance when compared to conventional lighting.
Supermarket chain Lidl has selected Hunter Douglas as its preferred supplier for the provision of sun control as part of its store refurbishment and expansion programme.
Hunter Douglas has announced its support of an initiative which aims to provide the catalyst for the building of 250 New Towns in Britain.
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A Hunter Douglas Open Cell ceiling system has recently been installed in the Phase 2 extension at the Excel London, exhibition and conference centre.