Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Toshiba LED tube lights support the French Louvre museum lighting retrofit project

Japanese factory Toshiba and the Louvre Museum in France recently signed a cooperation agreement, Toshiba will provide about 4500 units of the light bulb, lighting will also provide support for the cost of the reconstruction project, to support the Louvre museum lighting retrofit project, the agreement period of June 30, 2010 - December 31, 2023.

Louvre museum plans to Napoleon Square, Pyramid (Pyramid), a small pyramid (Pyramidion) and Cali courtyard (CourCarree, square atrium) lighting replacement LED tube light products.

Napoleon Square, lighting and a small pyramid at the end of 2011 to complete the transformation plan, lighting retrofits Cali courtyard will strive to be completed in 2012.

By providing LED tube light to the world famous Louvre Museum, Toshiba can expand brand awareness of lighting, thereby expanding the lighting business. The Louvre Museum is valued Toshiba LED tube light technology to the museum's heritage and beautiful lighting environment and achieves significant energy saving advantages.

It is reported that Toshiba has been from the beginning of April 2009 carried out on a global scale "new lighting business " in Europe, France, Germany and Italy have set up outlets, now France to strengthen sales.

Toshiba A19 museum installed 150 lights for museum periphery, the District of Columbia and Caroline lighting legal construction zone. The museum is expected to install more lighting in Cullinan Hall and Japanese gallery district. Toshiba International Corporation said that compared with traditional lighting fixtures, A19 lamps can reduce energy consumption by 85%.

The new LED lights will replace the existing 70 -watt metal halide lamp, for a 90 feet high mural lighting. This piece of art lighting will be reduced by 40 % of electricity consumption.

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