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Klik Systems (Collection)

Australian owned Klik Systems has been supplying the commercial market with high quality architectural and linear light fittings since its inception in 1979.

Klik Systems (Collection)


November 21st, 2008

From modest beginnings, the company’s exclusive linear lighting product range has developed to include over 50 distinct systems. Each system has been designed in-house to accommodate the full range of light sources, affording the specifier the largest possible choice to suit project purpose, budget and aesthetics. Klik is supplied to markets throughout Australia and New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, with current expansion to UAE and Qatar, UK and Europe.

Product Range: Architectural and outdoor lighting.

Major Brands: Klik has four system families: Classic Kliktube, The Beam, The Stellar and The Wave/ Scallop range.

Application: Commercial, hospitality, retail, education facilities, transport and residential.

Sustainability: Environmentally focused, Klik products utilise the latest lamp technologies in an effort to minimise the number of luminaries and energy required.

Major Projects: Parramatta Railway Station, NSW; Perth Law Courts, WA; Steelcase Offices, Singapore; Hume City Council Offices Vic; Prince Court Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Auckland Museum, NZ.

Specialised Services: Klik provides individual tailored illumination solutions, making each and every fitting to client order. In-house design allows Klik to rapidly respond to client needs with innovation tempered by experience.

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