PresentationREDEFINING THE URBAN ROUTE
Design and efficiency come together in an elegant and functional element destined to redefine urban routes. The purity of polished stainless steel is combined with a light body, the result of applying a methacrylate diffuser over the LED optical system.
ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION
The ADM series was initially conceived to reinforce the urban welcome experience, providing urban access routes with a range of contrasts based on a combination of polished stainless steel with a light body. Its mission, to create a universe of sensations adapted to the soul of each space, generating a feeling of warmth and welcome through positional light distributions, or of fascination and safety through directional light distributions. Following the incorporation of the latest LED technology, purity of its line and balanced proportions continue to accentuate the visual depth of urban space.
MATERIALS AND STRUCTURE
The ADM beacon body is shaped by a polished AISI316 stainless steel structure and a double methacrylate diffuser, which is particularly resistant to UV radiation. A high power optical LED module is integrated into the interior, with a watertightness level of IP67. The materials applied to this unit have been conceived to prevent the degrading action of aggressive environments, such as coastal areas. To facilitate the final assembly and installation process, ADM includes a separate frame restraint.
The AMD luminaire incorporates one of the world’s most recycled materials—steel. Reintroducing steel to the production cycle of other industries at end of useable life will produce significant energy savings compared with other metals. Unlike aluminium injection, for example, extruded aluminium used for manufacturing the chassis sink facilitates reuse in other product categories. Following the implementation of ISO 14001 and the development of the sustainability master plan, SETGA has striven to reduce the carbon footprint of all its components, by designing a long-term recycling system for each one.
Here are the basic dimensions of the ADM series: