Acoulite, the leading lighting and acoustic supplier in the GCC, announced that it has partnered with the prestigious technology company Dyson as their official lighting partner in the region.
The partnership builds on the Dyson’s DNA of being inventive with emphasis on differentiation.
Dyson is known to be the master of innovation and disruption ever since their first breakthrough in vacuum cleaner technology, an area of engineering unchanged since 1901.
Terry Woodley, managing iirector of Acoulite, says “It is a real honour to be involved with one of the pioneers in technology over the last fifty years. I believe that the partnership will bring a dynamic approach towards lighting in the region.”
As sustainability and smart technology become vital areas for development in the marketplace, the use of LED lighting is growing across both hospitality and commercial interiors.
The major advantages of the technology, apart from its energy efficiency, is that LED’s are longer lasting and dim over time, rather than suffering the abrupt failure of conventional bulbs.
Acoulite and Dyson share similar sustainability values and innovative visions and we strive toward improvement of both through every stage of our business value chain.
Dyson’s two product ranges that will distributed by Acoulite includes Jake Dyson’s 37 year long lasting LED task light range CSYS and Cu-Beam Duo suspended light.
Both the products features a special cooling system called heat pipe technology which directs heat away from the LEDs.
The custom designed optics for Cu- Beam, coupled with trim blades, ensure that light is supplied only where it is needed. It offers combined up and down light with fully flexible control so the user can alter it to suit changing needs throughout the day.
Jake Dyson added: “Other designers have made attempts to cool LEDs. But it’s not enough. The vast potential of this technology remained unrealised. We knew there had to be a better way. We have invented the first light that cools LED effectively. As a result, it lasts for 37 years.”