Anatomy of a linear fluorescent fitting


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  1. Tamperproof screws – the screws on our fittings are designed with specially designed screw heads making them very difficult to remove or tamper with. They require a matching screw driver which is supplied with the product.
  2. Folded steel – steel enters our factory in sheets and is subsequently folded, cut and punched by our machines. It’s then welded into a tough, solid box for the gear tray, lamps and diffuser to be mounted into. Our steel frames will resist the highest levels of vandalism and weather ingress..
  3. Corrosion resistant coat – polyester powder paint is applied electrostatically and then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a ‘skin’. It gives a hard finish that is much tougher than conventional paint.
  4. Choice of lamps – Our fittings have a variety of lamping options from 2D, compact and linear flourescents to metal halide and highly efficient, long lasting LED options. The Tuscan angled uses both LED and linear fluorescent lamps.
  5. Polycarbonate diffuser – we offer various diffusers and lenses for different optical characteristics. Injection-moulded polycarbonate diffusers ensure optimum glare-free lighting. Opal, prismatic and frosted options are also available for some fittings.
  6. Removable gear tray – quick to install gear trays allow easy access for maintenance and retrofitting new boards into older fittings, a popular choice with our LED replacement geartrays.