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An Australian first in lighting for AMW

by Errol Cain, Australian Marine Wholesale on 18 Dec 2012
Lumitec Mirage Glass Finish (top) Stainless Steel Finish (left) and White finish (right) Down Lights Stephen Milne
Australian Marine Wholesale is proud to be the Australian importer of the Lumitec range of lighting including the latest series of marine lighting from the sixth fastest growing manufacturing company in the United States, according to Inc. magazine’s 500 fastest-growing private companies.

Lumitec’s new Triton floodlight and Mirage flush mountable LED down lights are the brightest and most powerful lights on the market today, according to AMW’s managing director, Errol Cain.

'The new Lumitec Triton flood lights will illuminate an area bigger than 37,000 square feet with up to 20,500 raw lumens and an output of more than 1000 watt halogens, which make it the brightest and most powerful flood light that I have ever distributed in my 27 year career in marine electronics,' said Mr Cain.

'The Triton is designed to withstand the elements, making it the perfect floodlight for your luxury vessel. Another great feature of the Triton is that there is no waiting for it to warm-up and it is far more energy efficient than Halogens. The Triton is available in 80 watt, 150 watt and 200 watt.'

Mr Cain said Mirage down lights were another unique product recently released from Lumitec.



'The Mirage is the latest generation of LED illumination and has by far the highest output, exceeding 20 watt halogens by 300 per cent in recent field studies,' he said.

'Exceptional features such as dimming, colour changing and sleek design make this one of the most versatile and slimline down lights currently available. At less than 1' in depth and 2.5' in diameter, the new Mirage range of down lights is a must for the astute boat owner.'

Lumitec founder and president John Kujawa said the Mirage range of down lights was a direct response to customer feedback.

'Our clients have been asking for a super-sleek, ultra high output, full feature down light for use in elegant interior spaces,' said Mr Kujawa.

'The Mirage line delivers to their requests in a small compact but stylish package.'

Lumitec is ranked among America’s top 500 growing companies, and as Australia’s exclusive distributor of Lumitec products, AMW is extremely proud to be launching these exciting new products.

For more information visit AMW at Gold Coast Marine Centre, Unit 2, Building J, Beattie Road, Coomera, Queensland or online at www.amwholesale.com.au or call 07 5561 7854 or 07 5582 0200.

More at www.amwholesale.com.au


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