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LED CANOPY LIGHT IS FIT FOR FOOD AND FUEL

13-11-2017
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Aqualuma Food & Petroleum Grade Canopy Light

Australian LED lighting manufacturer Aqualuma has extended its range of industrial and commercial LED lighting solutions with a canopy light suitable for food and petroleum grade applications.

The all-new Aqualuma Food & Petroleum Grade Canopy Light is suitable for both new builds and retrofitting into existing installations. It has been designed for use in food processing facilities, in commercial cold stores, on fuel station forecourts, and on other canopy roofs.

The canopy light is available in 90, 125 and 165W versions and is easy to install. It can be surface mounted on many different ceiling types, including concrete or sandwich panel.

The slim low-profile design requires very little maintenance and continues Aqualuma’s renowned product reliability and energy efficiency. It is also certified under the HACCP International Food Safety Certification Programme.

Also new to the Aqualuma range in 2017 is the Litebay LED highbay, which has been designed to compete with imported LED highbay lights, with competitive pricing and superior performance.

The Litebay is still an Aqualuma premium quality product, standing head and shoulders over the competition with 130W output, IP66 water ingress rating, marine grade epoxy powder-coated aluminium housing and heatsink. But it is available at a market-leading price with an Aqualuma 3-year warranty and is Australian made.

The Litebay is a straightforward luminaire, designed for the business that needs a simple lighting solution to either replace existing metal halide lighting or to fit out a new premise without complex controls or optics.

It uses many components and marine grade casting from the existing Aqualuma Highbay luminaire range, ensuring that the unit is still of the highest quality and will outlast any of the competition.

A full lighting design service is available to all Aqualuma clients to ensure the most efficient use of fixtures, often reducing the number of fixtures making for a more cost-effective solution.

Aqualuma
1300 145 555
www.aqualuma.com

 

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