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A one-for-one LED replacement for any existing HPS lighting

Indo Lighting is showcasing their Direct Drive® Grow Light, the Indo Element at this year's IPM show in Essen. The company launched its horticultural product at last year's event, following unprecedented success with their unique LED technology in the UK outdoor lighting sector, and are returning to IPM again to talk to growers about the trials and product development that has been happening over the last year.

The Element product range offers a simple, one-for-one LED replacement for any existing HPS lighting using their innovative, award-winning Direct Drive® technology. Recognised by a Queen's Award for innovation, the unique technology requires no re-wiring on installation, no ongoing maintenance and no change in PPF output or spectral distribution over time. For growers this is a simple upgrade that results in a confident maintained yield for the life of the lighting unit - over 100,000 hours.

Indo is a UK manufacturer who has incorporated export into standard working practices with a flexible approach to delivering to customers both in the UK and overseas.

As Managing Director Tom Baynham says, “We're keen to work with customers in the EU and hope to continue building strong links with all our European partners. LED technology is developing at pace, with increasing opportunities for substantial change in horticulture lighting and growing practices. For us, it’s important to ensure customers get the best quality and value from the equipment they procure.”

For more information:
INDO Lighting Ltd
Tel: +44 (0)203 051 1687 ext. 102
Mobile: +44 (0)7880 848777
Fax: +44 (0)844 586 1512

Publication date: 1/26/2018



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