Energy saving comes from illumination
Electricity is the primary source of consumption at planetary level.
Adopting technical-design solutions that allow us to be compatible with consumer savings and a pro-environmental vision is becoming a priority.
LED technology is a true revolution in the world of lighting. It allows us to illuminate without heating, without polluting and without any waste.
Although LED has been present on the market for some time – the first LED was developed in 1962 – it’s only been a few years since different models of lamps compatible with the most commonly used bundles have become available on the market at low prices.
LEDs have made a significant contribution to energy saving and pollution control. Installing LED lamps can save up to 90% on power consumption, without sacrificing the intensity and quality of the light emitted. With a 120V or 220V power supply and a dissipated power of up to 25W, LED lamps are the most efficient and sustainable solution. These luminaires do not emit ultraviolet or infrared radiation, they do not contain hazardous gases such as mercury vapors and boast a lifespan of 50 times that of incandescent lamps.
The savings offered by LED, depending on hours of use, can reach up to 80%. The lifespan itself – 25,000 hours compared to 12,000 neon and 2,000 halogen – reduces maintenance costs.
The light generated by the LEDs can be directed with extreme precision, allowing you to illuminate the desired areas without dispersion, in line with the recent regulations on energy consumption and light pollution.
Replacement is done without any intervention on the existing structure of the light system: it is simply replacing the existing bulb with a new sustainable light solution.
What are you waiting for to replace your old and inefficient light bulbs with LED technology?
Replacement is done without any intervention on the existing structure of the light system: it is a simple light bulb replacement with a new sustainable light solution.