Your partner for lighting technology surfaces
Whether at work, at home or out and about, light is a key factor in human well-being and productivity. The right light creates safety and atmosphere. As a long-term partner for the lighting industry, we have evolved into specialists for highly reflective, durable and innovative aluminium surfaces. Be it precise light control for illumination and glare reduction, extremely homogeneous or even asymmetrical reflection, we have the perfect materials to ensure efficient solutions.
Our tailor-made reflective materials – your benefits
Light quality through durability
LED bulbs are designed to last 50,000 hours. Therefore, our surface qualities for LED lighting systems also provide consistently high performance over this long period of time – without reflection loss or colour distortion.
Light quality through light control
Light control is crucial to ensuring excellent light quality. Regardless of whether an application requires isotropic or anisotropic reflection characteristics, whether a darklight effect is desired or the reflector material needs to have an ergonomic self-luminance, our product range offers the ideal surface.
We have the right surfaces for:
- Directing light precisely – e.g. for downlights or spotlights in shop lighting, as well as for industrial lighting at great heights (e.g. MIRO® 27)
- Directing light diffusely – e.g. for streetlights and industrial lighting at a lower height. Our materials allow individual LED light points to be dissipated, thus achieving smooth light distribution (e.g. MIRO® 20)
- Distributing light linearly through one surface alone – the point becomes a line. In offices or industry, linear lights are far superior to rotationally symmetrical solutions in terms of workplace ergonomics (e.g. MIRO® 5/5013GP)
Light quality through glare limitation
The high performance of modern LED technology has once again shifted focus onto the issue of glare. Correct control of light by means of reflectors contributes to the avoidance of direct glare and allows for a precise intensity distribution curve.
Our aluminium qualities stand out not only with their excellent reflective properties, but also with the high-quality appearance of their metallic surface. This gives modern light and reflector designs unique quality and value.
Special lighting concepts require special reflector materials. Surfaces for lighting technology are more and more frequently being formed three-dimensionally using techniques such as pressing, deep drawing or hydroforming. These methods can also be combined with the segmentation of reflectors. We offer suitable qualities for this in terms of strength properties.