Lowa Group is an Australian Entity that specialises in new technology LED lighting which is highly energy efficient; lower running costs and less environmental impact.
January 25th, 2011
The LED Lights are Australian designed, made and owned and are designed to meet or exceed the relevant Australian Standards. The range consists of Downights, Exit signs, Compact lighting, Strip lighting and Fluro Replacement Lighting.”
All Lights are based on LED using patent technology, and all of the products are made to offer a real power saving when compared to the products it is replacing.
Infusing world best technology with world best components, the LED lights also prove beneficial by removing harmful substances such as mercury, found in either the common florescent tube or CFL lighting products.
The lights are a solid state device and as such are not subject to the shorter life span as expected in common lighting sources. Lights demonstrate extremely consistent illumination and are styled to suit contemporary, modern interiors and offer a range of finishes and installation options to suit any application.
Efficient in application for both light output as well as installation. Lowa Group has creatively designed a LED light series for the modern architect that provides effective solutions.
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