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AquaRay lighting suits many commercial lighting applications and in fact we have products within the range that are specifically designed for commercial use.

These range from specialist colour lighting tiles, to high power LED floodlights and IP68 LED strips.We have worked successfully with shop installers, public aquaria, hatcheries and research centres all over the world.

Commercial: If you have a commercial application, please give us a call on +44 (0)1923 284151 to discuss the options available.

 Commercial Lighting Blog

AquaRay at Zoo Aquarium de Madrid

AquaRay lighting is now on show above Zoo Aquarium de Madrid’s coral farm!

The AquaBeam 2000 Reef White combined with our flexible Modular Mounting System allows for a robust and spectrally optimised lighting system that will perform well to cultivate beautiful corals.

You can take the virtual tour of the whole facility here.

October 27th, 2015|

TMC Partners with Ecoxotic on LED Lighting for Public Aquaria

Tropical Marine Centre is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Ecoxotic, a well-known American LED lighting manufacturer, to bring the high power Canon Pro range of LED pendant lights to the commercial market in Europe, the Middle East and Russia.
These lights are widely used in large scale private and public aquaria throughout the world, and offer huge savings in energy as well as improvements in light quality and control.
We are pleased to be working with a company like Ecoxotic that shares all of our values when it
comes to LED lighting – passively cooled, IP rated and simple to install.

See the Commercial Downloads section above for more information on this incredible range of LED lights.

February 23rd, 2015|

AquaRay Nature Perfect – The right answer for aquaculture

Our patented Nature Perfect diodes are now being used in several trials around the world as a light source that is an active driver in the metabolic processes of almost all living organisms. We will keep you up to date with these trials and their results here, as we do our bit to reduce the global protein deficit by improving processes in both aquaculture and agriculture.

You can read about our first trial here in Hatchery International.

February 9th, 2015|