T8 Rail Tube




L shape, T shape or X shape node connect


High efficacy up to 150lm/W


130lm/w or 150lm/w

Linear lighting has been around for quite a while now. It first made an appearance on the lighting circuit in the 1950s. Its design was born from a need to add lighting to some areas and buildings where until this time, lighting had posed something of a problem. At this time, the alternatives were not as effective as they should have been. These areas include the longer spaces that are found in warehouses, some retail spaces and even office buildings. 

Before the emergence of linear lighting, these types of spaces were traditionally lit with large incandescent bulbs. Such bulbs not only produced a lot of wasted light but also did not provide much useful lumen output. The first forms of linear light appeared in the form of fluorescent tubes, and as they became more and more common, their use spread to commercial and retail spaces, workshops and even domestic garages. They were more aesthetically pleasing and produced a much better spread of light which was more cost-effective. When LED lighting became more readily available in the early 2000s, significant improvements in linear lighting were made. This newer linear lighting made it possible to provide a continuous line of light that avoided the darker spots that had previously been seen as a result of the gaps between fluorescent tubes. 

Linear lighting has evolved even further in recent years. It has gone from strength to strength with performance and aesthetic advances that are being driven by the needs of customers. There are a wide range of different options available when it comes to using linear lighting. These include tuneable white, LED batten lights, direct and indirect, RGBW and even daylight dimming options. These unique features can be used in a number of different ways to create lighting that can become a real feature of your building and so much more than just the additional source of lighting that you might require. 

If you are looking to create a more linear lighting look in your premises, whether you need to replace an existing lighting system or are moving to new premises, then we would be happy to discuss your options We have many years of experience gained in the lighting industry, and our team of experts are on hand to talk through the details of your lighting project. We’ll listen to you and help to find the right solution for you and your company. We only use quality products that have been fully tested. These items have been awarded worldwide accreditation and have a warranty of either 5-10 years to offer you peace of mind. All of our work incorporates the latest in LED technologies to ensure that you are able to maximise energy which reduces your carbon emissions and running costs.

If you would like to know more about the products that we use, or how we can help you, then please contact us. One of our experts will be happy to help you.

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