Schlüter-Systems offers a fourth dimension to architecture

  • 12 Jul 2017

Schlüter-Systems is offering a fourth dimension to architecture with Schluter-LIPROTEC, combining lighting and profiles within the tile and stone covering.

Indirect and direct light is available with Schlüter profile technology, allowing the emphasis of curtain walls and illumination of stairways, foyers, bathrooms and more. 

You can create coloured light and temperature-controllable white light, selected from 2500 K to 6500 K with the new Schlüter-LIPROTEC RGB+W LED strips.

The strips can be pre-programmed to change colour using the control system or changed via Bluetooth app or remote control, with 16 million colours available. Intelligent receivers control the LED strips with power supply units that convert mains voltage to the 24 V required. 

The LED strips are encapsulated and meet IP67 protection rating, making them suitable for moisture-rich rooms. 

Liprotec Colours

The capabilities of LIPROTEC have been demonstrated in the new meeting room of 49 Leather Lane alongside various other Schlüter products. A hot desking office and a meeting room are available for booking, and the Porcelain Gallery offers an exhibition space featuring a multitude of Schlüter products, both installed and in sample form.

Units 3-5 Bardon 22
Beveridge Lane
LE67 1TE

01530 813396

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