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With you, wherever you go
Hotels, workshops, cellars, kitchens, gyms, shopping centres - wherever you go, your life will be lit up by batten lights.
And with the introduction of LED technology, if you’re looking for something other than the classic tube shape, then there’s the choice of batten lights in a wide range of quirky shapes and designs.
Where are batten lights used?
Batten lights consist of a single lamp holder and fluorescent tube or LED alternative which provides lighting over large areas, such as cellars, garages and workshops, without excess glare. And they’re popular for commercial use too, with batten lights being a popular choice in warehouses, passageways and utility rooms.
Please note: If you’re installing battens in rooms or places where there’s likely to be moisture, make sure you choose one with an ingress protection rating of IP44 or higher.
How do you use batten lights for indirect lighting?
Indirect lighting using batten lights or LED strips is extremely fashionable right now.
Once fitted, the lights are partially covered to hide the light which produces awesome contour lighting, like the featured photo.
Are there decorative batten lights for public buildings?
Thanks to LED technology, there are countless designs to match even the most modern or quirky building interiors. For batten lights, this means breaking away from their classic linear shape and embracing a whole raft of shapes and designs, including curved and circular.
The flexibility in design means they provide effective yet decorative lighting for commercial properties, including fitness studios, hotel lobbies and shopping centres.
How are batten lights installed?
Like regular lights, batten light strips are connected to a 230 V power outlet and can be mounted onto a ceiling or wall.
Please note: We recommend this work is carried out by an electrician so that all safety precautions are taken.
Would you like to learn more about batten lights? Or any other topic related to LED battens or dimmable batten lights? If so, our friendly team of experts would love to answer any questions you may have. Call today on +353 1 699 2138 or contact us via email.