Light Culture Australia has announced the Arimo Slim MRX LED luminaire is to be manufactured locally in Australia under TRILUX license.
July 31st, 2015
Light Culture Australia’s highly energy-efficient modular recessed luminaire sets standards in terms of light quality and design, with Micro Reflector Technology (MRX) resulting in no glare even with high luminous flux packages.
The unusual luminaire concept with direct distribution LEDs provides attractive accents in modern work environments, and is made of a sheet steel luminaire body available in powder-coated white.
Local Australian manufacturing will allow Light Culture Australia to be more flexible in integrating special requests from customers and will also allow them to offer a competitive pricing structure and short lead times.
Light Culture Australia
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