PresentationTHE BALANCE BETWEEN DESIGN AND FUNCTIONALITY
The NPK luminaire is part of a new line capable of combining biomimetic design and high functionality in a single luminaire, redefining functional public lighting through versatility, efficiency and cutting-edge technology.
ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION
The biomimetic design of the NPK series brings harmony and dynamism to the whole, obtaining an element with a compact and sober appearance, modularly structured in an EN-AC-44100 aluminium alloy compartment capable of housing a wide variety of auxiliary electronic equipment and an opto-electronic LED module with high-performance lenses pressurised in APS argon gas, giving the whole the maximum technological reliability.
Available in two sizes and different anchoring versions.
MATERIALS AND STRUCTURE
The structural compartment is composed of an EN-AC-44100 aluminium alloy body with threaded inserts and adjustable side fixings in AIS304 stainless steel, facilitating maintenance and preserving the effectiveness of the thread throughout the life of the luminaire.
The high thermal conductivity of aluminium allows the size of the components to be adjusted, obtaining advanced thermal performance, minimising the degrading effect of aggressive environments and obtaining a high level of anti-corrosion performance.
In turn, its optoelectronic LED module pressurised in APS® argon gas with a tempered glass enclosure gives the luminaire an IP66 tightness level capable of withstanding aggressive atmospheres.
The modular integration of highly recyclable materials such as aluminium and tempered glass of 100% natural origin allows the useful life of the elements to be expanded and guarantees the circularity of each of its parts, thus minimising its total cost of ownership (TCO) and its environmental cost. The predominant use of aluminium makes the NPK series one of the most carbon neutral luminaires on the market. Following the latest revision of ISO 14001, and the implementation of the sustainability master plan, SETGA has driven the design of a long-term recycling system for each component of the NPK series.