The Port of Vancouver has chosen Carandini's Pechina luminaire to illuminate the pedestrian area west of the port facilities, an extensive area for thousands of people to travel in the coming years, especially the numerous cruise ships arriving in the Canadian capital. Vancouver is also the most important port in the country and one of the most important on the west coast of the North American continent.
The Port Authority of Vancouver has found the aesthetic and technical characteristics of Pechina, a luminaire whose design is inspired by nature (and more specifically sea shells), particularly valuable for the environment, since the visual point of view and the benefits that it must offer its users.
The Carandini Pechina series is a family of luminaires with LED technology that solve various applications and urban lighting needs. Among its technical characteristics are reinforcements and covers made of injected aluminum LM6, a range of luminous flux that ranges from 1,000 lm to 12,000 lm and 8 possible optical distributions, which comply with IP66 and IK10 indices.
Thanks to its aesthetic design and the aforementioned distributions, Pechina luminaires integrate perfectly into all types of lighting for pedestrian streets, historic centers, residential areas, squares, gardens and walks. The Pechina luminaire is located on the west seafront of the Port.
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Carandini International welcomes and appreciates the trust placed by the Port Authority of Vancouver and considers this milestone as a stimulus and recognition in the way of disseminating its intelligent and efficient lighting solutions.
In the photograph, a unit of the Carandini Pechina luminaire in the pedestrian zone of Vancouver Harbor, Canada.