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Light Projects partners with Wibre

Light Projects is delighted to announce it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement for Wibre for the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Wibre is a world leading manufacturer of underwater and exterior lighting fittings and is well known for its precision engineering excellence, high-performance and quality design.

Its products sit perfectly alongside Light Projects’ own ranges and also complement RobLight’s fibre optic lighting solutions also distributed by LP.

Light Projects has extensive experience with underwater and exterior lighting and the addition of Wibre to its offering makes the company one of the most complete and qualified in the UK for underwater lighting product solutions.

Light Projects will be distributing the entire range from Wibre including the new CENTUM°°series.
 
     
 
The CENTUM°° series includes built-in and surface mounted spotlights for the underwater area. The light sources used are particularly powerful and compact LED modules, achieving one of the highest light outputs in the underwater area, with 166 lumens per watt. Available in LED options of 3000K, 4000K & 6000K as well as RGB-W & Dynamic White.

     
 
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Lighting Up the Community

Light Projects was honoured to form a small part in helping to realise the ambitious DIY SOS Grenfell project to build the replacement Dale Youth Boxing Club and Community Centre located under the Westway.

Approached by lighting designers Hoare Lea, Light Projects donated fittings from its MentorLED range as well as LEDStar 1’s to help accomplish their creative lighting scheme. The Mentors were supplied with SR111 lamps donated by Soraa and a three-circuit track supplied by Eutrac and provided by Prime Light. Installed throughout the new Boxing Club, these have been used with eggcrete louvres to remove glare while providing illumination for the training equipment in the gym, such as the punch bags, weights and fitness machines.

The recessed IP67 LEDStar 1’s were supplied in a black finish to provide discreet general ambient lighting for the Community Centre in the kitchen area. These Mk3 LEDStars, with 2.1W CRI 90+ LEDs, had a 20° beam tilt incorporated for exact focussing in a 3000K warm white for a soft and welcoming feel.