Why Fibre Optic Lighting

The new national Energy Conservation bill adds one more factor to consider in lighting design. Not only does artificial illumination have to be safe, comfortable and attractive, but now it also has to be energy efficient. Good lighting enhances all design. Complying with the federal mandates can be easier and more affordable if the all lighting tools best suited to the particular application is employed.

The most flexible and energy efficient technology now known is glass fibre optics functional architectural lighting. For decades it has been used worldwide. CLI’s innovation is to use it for both high level directional (spotlight) task, display, architectural features and also lower level ambient (general) illumination. Often it can do a better job than conventional systems used alone or in conjunction with other components to increase productivity, sales and attendance.

One size does not fit all. No matter what the product used, sufficient advance lighting planning is needed to achieve the best result for the money. It does not pay to be penny-wise and pound-foolish by initially selecting just the cheapest solution because subsequent costs of maintenance and operation may negate the originally perceived bargain. Cool long lasting glass fibre optics functional architectural lighting yields substantial savings in installation, maintenance and operation, plus continuing economies thereafter.

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