London-based manufacturer, Light Projects, has announced it has formed a strategic partnership with German underwater lighting specialist, Wibre.
Wibre is a world leading manufacturer of underwater and exterior lighting fittings – it is well known for its precision engineering excellence, high-performance and quality design.
The partnership kicks off with the introduction of Wibre’s CENTUM°° range in the UK, offering one of the highest underwater lighting outputs in the industry at 166 lumens per watt.
Roger Beckett, Research and Development Director at Light Projects and Wibre UK Product Manager, commented: “We have been working with lighting designers and the construction industry for over 30 years, helping on a diverse range of underwater lighting schemes.
“Now, with inclusion of Wibre, we can offer some of the highest output and most efficient LED modules available, creating more possibilities for specifiers from private homes through to large scale commercial projects.”
CENTUM°° includes built-in and surface mounted underwater spotlights. The light sources used are particularly powerful and compact LED modules available in 3000K, 4000K and 6000K, as well as RGB-W and Dynamic White.
Wibre products sit perfectly alongside Light Projects’ own ranges and also complement RobLight’s fibre optic lighting solutions, which are also exclusively distributed by Light Projects in the UK.
It makes Light Projects one of the most knowledgeable, complete and qualified companies nationwide for underwater lighting product solutions.
To demonstrate the improved lumen output of CENTUM°°, Light Projects will be showcasing the range at Spatex 2019 on stand B57, held from 29 – 31 January at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.
Roger Beckett will also hold a seminar on the show’s opening day at 10.00am, where he will talk about how to enhance pools and spas with underwater lighting.
Photo: © Bürgenstock Hotels AG
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