Pendant lamp PUK MAXX QUARTETT
metalborosilicate glasscontemporary

pendant lamp
pendant lamp
pendant lamp
pendant lamp
pendant lamp
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Characteristics

Type
pendant
Material
metal, borosilicate glass
Style
contemporary
Light source
LED, halogen, incandescent
Base type
swing-arm
Color
white, black, silver colored, anthracite, customizable color
Location
for workspace
Market
for hotel, for restaurants, for office, for shops, building, shop, for hotel rooms
Other characteristics
dimmable, handmade, for architectural lighting

Description

The attractive Puk Maxx Quartett pendant luminaires from the Puk product series show the unobtrusive design typical of Rolf Ziel. Nevertheless, this luminaire requires special attention. Instead of the linearly arranged luminaire heads, the exclusive table lighting is presented with four asymmetrically positioned light sources. An arrangement that creates a special design effect. Additional advantages of the Puk Maxx Quartett: Pendant luminaires of the PUK product series are characterised by modern and exclusive designs, high-quality materials and functionality. With the adjustment pin integrated in the lamp head, you can position the light exactly where it is needed and the infinitely variable height adjustment of the luminaire also supports this function. LED illuminants ensure energy-saving and targeted illumination of defined areas. Marking for the manufacturer's declaration of conformity on compliance with existing EU directives. IP (Ingress Protection), protection class financing IP20 = Protected against the penetration of solid foreign bodies > 12mm. Protection class I: Luminaires with protective conductor connection. Dimmable with standard harsh angle dimmer for incandescent lamps. Dimmable with standard leading edge dimmer for LED.

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