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Creating lighting experiences together
What can the term “lighting” be understood to mean? Lighting refers to the creation of light using an artificial source and the making visible of objects that do not light themselves.
How can we help you to create optimal lighting?
Alongside efficiency, costs and installation work, light directing, diffusion and glare control are critical to the outcome.
Light directing refers to the targeted control of the light by means of lenses and reflectors and is used above all to exploit daylight optimally or to avoid annoying reflective glare, for instance. Do you have an application where the light distribution needs to be adjusted because the Lambertian emission characteristics of the light sources do not lead to the desired results? The designing of light optics by means of simulation software often reveals various solutions.
TIR lenses, Fresnel optics, reflective surfaces and embossing for light glare control in profile extrusion deliver a toolkit that offers lots of possibilities that could not be realised until recently.
We are happy to provide advice and to work with you to find the right solution for your concern! Together we can realise light distribution, even when it takes an unusual form. Discover BWF Profiles solutions that have already been realised.
What do excellent light diffusion and the highest transmission have in common? We have expanded our product range for you! In addition to our
Our diffusion foils transform spot-shaped light sources into surfaces providing even and pleasant lighting while also ensuring maximum light output. In addition, our light-diffusing foils are ideal for cutting and thermoforming. Whether in our
You can also combine our light-diffusing foils with our
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NEW – Using a cross-embossed lens, the UGR value of the light is reduced by 3 in comparison with normal lenses, generating all-round glare control. Are you wondering how? The lens reduces the glare perpendicular to the light and the associated cross-embossing reduces the glare lengthwise.
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