NES Lightline was proud to design, manufacture and install Illuminated wall cladding at the prestigious Royal College of General Practitioners.

This featured opal polycarbonate dishpans hung via a invisible fix hook onto system to the internal walls over every floor and in the main atrium. These were internally illuminated by Ultra LED Light Panels. These had a colour temperature of 3,800 kelvin. The idea was to knock off some of the harshness a cooler colour temperature but still maintain lumens and as consistent illumination as possible. The dimensions of these sheets was up to an impressive 3 meters high by 2 meters in width. The ability to manufacture our own custom scratch patterns unique to each build was very important in making this possible. This high light transmission opal polycarbonate was also key to maintaining a consistent "clean" LED Light.

This job totalled over 250 square meters working at heights of up to 12 meters in the main atrium. Due to the illuminated cladding extending up through the building cladding exterior corridors and lifts on floors 1-6 the surveying and contacts with 'other trades' was extensive. The lead contractor Structuretone did an excellent job of coordinating this spectacularly complex task.

The LED Light Panels were in individual dimmers. This was used to balance the light output via a 512 channel DMX control system. The emergency lighting function for these communal areas was also conducted via the LED Light Panels. A custom battery powdered transformer with DC:DC inverter was installed on each level to kick in during power outage.

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