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Spotlight on LED quality and solutions at Ecobuild 2015

  • 2 Feb 2015

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Visitors to the stand (S2026) will be able to discuss bespoke options for their own projects, whilst browsing the company’s extensive LUMiLife LED portfolio including LUMiLife high-output LED panels and LUMiLife GU10 LED spotlights.

Laura Dugdale, marketing manager at LED Hut Trade: “With lighting such a huge contributor to our national energy consumption (and subsequent bills), now is the time for domestic and commercial buildings across the UK to make smarter lighting choices for the future. The cost- and energy-saving benefits of modern LEDs speak for themselves, and we look forward to welcoming Ecobuild visitors to the LED Hut stand to showcase the options on offer.”

LED Hut LUMiLife LED solutions range at Ecobuild

LUMiLife high-output LED panels

Next-generation LED panel lights can cut a building’s energy use from lighting by up to 45%* compared to traditional fluorescent tubes.

  • highest light quality but using significantly less electricity than traditional tube lighting
  • ideal for use in office spaces, retail, schools and hospitals, as well as domestic applications 

The panels are sized for use in suspended ceilings or recesses, and can also be surface-mounted onto conventional ceilings or walls – making them ideal for both retrofit and new-build use. They are available in two outputs (40W and 20W) and a range of sizes (including a direct replacement for standard 600x600mm fluorescent troughs). As well as offering consistently bright light and a long lifespan, they also eliminate the need for costly maintenance or replacements.

LUMiLife GU10 LED spotlight range

As the EU moves to phase out conventional halogen spotlights by 2016, high-efficiency GU10s provide the ideal replacement

  • instant improvement to building’s energy performance for both new-build and retrofit projects

Available in a wide selection of lumen outputs, colour options and beam angles, the LUMiLife GU10 range offers premium light quality and coverage, whilst operating at a lower power consumption for maximum long-term savings.

Latest in lighting technology

LED Hut brings together the latest in lighting technology with top customer service, providing the online LED lighting resource for the trade. The LED Hut stand at Ecobuild will be no different. Visitors can find expert LED advice, talk to the team and find tailored solutions to get the best possible long-term results out of every installation.

LED Hut, the UK’s leading online LED retailer, is the trade’s one-stop-shop for top-quality, competitively priced LED products for every application – from everyday domestic bulbs right through to extensive commercial lighting solutions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LED Hut Trade will be on Stand S2026 at Ecobuild 2015

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