Since its inception, KLIK Systems continues to impress the education sector with their extensive collections of architectural linear lighting.
November 22nd, 2021
For over four decades, KLIK Systems has provided lighting solutions to educational facilities with their custom linear range from its manufacturing facility located in Sydney. The Australian-owned brand’s lighting collection offers products suitable for classrooms, libraries, administration blocks, lecture theatres to name a few. Made with innovative in-house technologies, there is a KLIK profile suitable for every situation.
From small form factor profiles to robust IP66 IK10 systems suitable for outdoor areas, the KLIK range offers endless versatility with superior function to match. Whether it is a continuous stream of light for break-out areas; high performance low-glare light for classrooms; separate switching and dimming for up and down lighting components in AV rooms; the company prides itself on their extensive list of products, which encompasses a range of spaces and purposes. Their expertly designed products can be customised in length, powder coat colours, as well as dimming and control functionalities to suit the needs of the designer and user.
To create environments that foster connection and learning, many educational institutions look towards creating warm, inviting, and forward-thinking spaces to achieve this. For KLIK Systems, the role of a well-planned and effective lighting scheme is paramount. KLIK Systems offers products with clean lines and no light leaks at joints or end plates (standard), high colour rendition (90+ CRI standard), high binning of LED’s (cross binned 2 Macadam step LED standard), high impact rating (IK10 standard) and safe extra low voltage (SELV as standard).
KLIK Systems large locally made range gives the designer many options to meet the specific nature of each area. This is what makes KLIK Systems different. Their user-focused, premium quality collections of architectural lighting system create spaces that encourage growth and development for future generations, as well as providing architects, designers and specifiers endless possibilities of customisation to bring their projects to life.
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