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Case study: Pheasant Pub Worcester moves to LED

Case Studies, Commercial, Trade

September 28, 2015

Making the savvy switch drastically benefits many businesses, today we look at Pub LED Lighting. The Pheasant Pub in Worcester, like so many in the UK, faces a constant battle to keep punters coming through the doors, day after day. It does this successfully through offering locally sourced gourmet food, real ales and an authentic atmosphere ...

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LED-Man’s Big Questions 24/09/15

Insider Tips

September 24, 2015

Is it a bird or is it a plane? No it's LED-Man here to answer all your big questions from the week.   Q. Why is light being cut off in my GU10 fitting in my bathroom? A. The reason why you are experiencing this problem is because you are using the 4 watt GU10 bulb with the wide beam angle (120degree). Your bathroom...

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The EU Delay Proposed Ban On Halogens


April 21, 2015

The European Commission have controversially buckled under pressure to put the ban on halogen bulbs back to 2018. This is a first for the EU as they have never before postponed a product efficiency measure. The consequence is that for a further two years millions of people could be using inefficient lighting, thus spending millions extra on e...

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Case Study – Hintlesham Hall

Case Studies, Commercial, Trade

April 2, 2015

This listed Elizabethan hotel set in Suffolk installed Lumilife bulbs from LED Hut and is reaping the benefits. They have cut their energy bill by a third! The 16th century manor house situated in 175 acres of Ipswich countryside, upgraded more than 600 Lumilife LED bulbs between August 2013 & April 2014 in a bid to extensively...

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Your guide to GU10 LED spotlights

Help Hub

March 23, 2015

Interested in switching to GU10 LED spotlights? Well cast your eyes over our handy guide below to find out everything you need to know before buying:   What is a GU10 LED spotlight? The GU10 part refers to the base of the bulb, which has two pins protruding from the bottom and look like a pair of little legs (see below). ...

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