Product • 10.11.2008

The new Hydra II suspended fixtures from BÄRO

Glass lighting highlights for every salesroom.

Sales-promoting, energy-efficient and eye-catching: the new Hydra II suspended fixtures from BÄRO now provide superb product presentation in supermarkets and specialist stores.

Whether you're looking for a classic elegant variant or a trendy modern design: the new Hydra II is available with various high quality and transparent glass shades to suit every shop fitting concept and to create the desired lighting effect. BÄRO sales manager Christoph Ester says "With fixtures that have transparent shades, although the shade is brightly and colourfully illuminated, it is often the case that the light does not reach the products on display. We have solved this problem with Hydra II, because as well as being a guaranteed eye-catcher in the salesroom, the integrated BÄRO Food Light technology (BFL) guarantees first-class, product-specific lighting."

BÄRO Food Light is gentle on products and saves energy

Outside an elegant glass shade, inside BFL. The well-proven lighting technology features special reflectors and filters that protect fresh foodstuffs from excessive heat and prevent premature negative changes to the consistency. The products look attractive and appetising. In the non-food sector, when BFL technology is used to illuminate textiles, shoes or leather goods, for example, colour changes or fading are almost completely prevented. In addition, the reflector technology deployed in Hydra II enables the fixtures to be installed at much greater intervals of up to 1.40 m – for example over sales counters - than the usual 60-80 cm. This results in much lower investment costs and also enables the operating overheads of the lighting system to be reduced on a sustained basis.
 

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BÄRO GmbH & Co. KG

Wolfstall 54-56
42799 Leichlingen
Germany

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