Gi Plast Introduces Heat-Control-Line at LpS 2015

If nothing can come in, also nothing can come out!
In LEDs and other electronic equipment current is flowing constantly, once the lamp is lit up, and due to Joule’s heating effect the temperatures in the lamp rise and rise. This heat is trapped in the lamp and since it can hardly flow out, it will shorten and even endanger the life of LEDs and plastic covers.

With the vision to optimize any lighting process, we have developed the new Heat-Control-Line: the in-built solution to make heat flow directly to the outside of IP-lamps. Thermally conductive plastic is the key to make heat flow ten times more efficiently than normal plastic parts, which prevents LEDs and other components to be affected from heating damages.

By using extruded plastic, design possibilities are endless: there are no limitations given by commonly used components.  Being extruded also means, that anything is bound together, allowing no flaw or gap in the body of the lamp, observing highest IP-rates. Which ever limitation is set to lighting design, we improve to overcome it and make solutions become reality.

To learn more about this new product line, please visit Gi PLast at LpS 2015 in Bregenz.  – http://ift.tt/11zHunC

About Gi Plast:
GiI Plast, leading company in the plastics business, stands out for the great innovation and high technology gained through 30 years of experience in the extrusion of tubes, profiles and sheets.
The own property buildings host: a great production plant, where 30 extrusion lines are operative, an area made for packaging / shipping of the goods and a warehouse for raw materials equipped with automatic silos. A large room is also meant to store the extrusion tools of all Gi Plast’s customers.

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