Leading lighting designer and manufacturer Ansell Lighting has launched S15, the company’s latest product catalogue which features smart connected, display, residential and architectural lighting.
The catalogue, which marks the company’s 30th anniversary year, features a bumper 90 new products.
Highlights include the unique registered design of the Adler Emergency LED sign and exit box, a first of its kind innovation with fully rotatable legends for ultimate flexibility.
Other new additions to the product range include the Wolf CCT Wallpack, a modern, robust die-cast aluminium low glare wall pack suitable for commercial and industrial applications. Wolf’s advanced lens technology offers wide distribution for optimum spacing and uniformity, whilst reducing light pollution with less than 1% upward light distribution, helping users achieve compliance with Dark Skies recommendations.
The complete Ansell Lighting product range, including all the new product ranges, can be viewed on the website, including all the specification variations for the new products, dimensions, LED information and product downloads.
Ansell Lighting is celebrating its 30th birthday throughout 2022 and has a year of events, launches and fundraising planned to mark the occasion.
Established in Belfast in 1992 before expanding into mainland UK in 2001, Ansell Lighting is a recognised market leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality luminaires for the commercial, domestic, industrial, and architectural markets. Headquartered in Warrington, where it has a state-of-the-art showroom, Ansell operates across Europe, with showrooms in Belfast, Dublin and the recently opened Madrid.
Mark Abbott, Managing Director of Ansell Lighting, said: “We are delighted to unveil S15. It is jam packed with genuine innovations and it’s fantastic to be able to mark our 30th anniversary with the launch of ninety new products for a variety of applications.”
The new S15 catalogue can be downloaded direct from the Ansell Lighting website here and wholesalers can order copies via the online ordering platform or via their local ASM.