With new WhiteOptics® DFGR, Glare Reduction Films, designers can achieve glare reduction in direct-lit , edgelit and downlight fixtures. The DFGR micro-structures provide high angle light cutoff while increasing on-axis intensity. Combined with the proper diffusor, DFGR can be used to achieve UGR (Unified Glare Rating) of 19 or lower in many types of luminaires.
WhiteOptics Glare Reduction Film datasheet – click to download PDF
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Roger DobnikarWhiteOptics, LLC
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NEW CASTLE, Delaware, April 2, 2014
WhiteOptics, LLC, a leading provider of highly reflective, highly diffuse white reflector products for LED and fluorescent lighting, announced today the European launch of their proprietary reflector products through a strategic partnership with Alanod GmbH, the global leader in surface-finished aluminum coil.
Alanod will distribute and service WhiteOptics’ full line of high diffuse white metal and film reflectors for the European market. The two companies will jointly exhibit the product line at Light & Building in Frankfurt, Germany April 2-4, 2014. Approximately 2,300 exhibitors will present their product lines to over 200,000 industry representatives at the largest lighting and building industry trade show globally.
Founded in 2009, WhiteOptics manufactures and distributes the most versatile line of high diffuse, high reflectance white metals, films and advanced coatings available to the lighting industry. Luminaire manufacturers can leverage WhiteOptics materials to deliver ultra-efficient lighting at the lowest possible cost.
“We are delighted to be working with Alanod as our strategic partner,” said Eric Teather, President of WhiteOptics. “Alanod has a long history and a great reputation for quality products in the lighting industry. With their help and dedication to product sales and distribution for Europe, we are confident we can offer solutions for enhanced efficiency and improved aesthetics in the European lighting market.”
WhiteOptics is an advanced materials company manufacturing and distributing the most highly reflective, diffuse white coatings to enhance lighting efficiency and design. WhiteOptics is committed to the development of innovative, efficiency-enabling materials to directly serve the needs of light fixture manufacturers and designers. WhiteOptics is headquartered in New Castle, DE with sales and distribution offices located in Asia and EMEA. WhiteOptics manufactures all film and metal products in the United States. For more information about WhiteOptics, visit www.whiteoptics.com.
Alanod GmbH is global leader in surface finished aluminum coil. Headquartered in Ennepetal, Germany, Alanod employs over 400 people worldwide. More information about Alanod and its WhiteOptics offerings can be found at www.alanod.com or http://alanod.com/opencms/opencms/en/products/white-optics/.
New Castle, DE – April 11, 2013:
WhiteOptics LLC, a leading provider of highly reflective, highly diffuse white reflector products for LED and fluorescent lighting, announced today the introduction of the new WhiteOpticsTM Advanced Coatings and Micro-Diffusion Films.
To better serve the needs of the fast moving and rapidly changing lighting industry, WhiteOptics Advanced Coatings high diffuse, 96% reflectance coating is now available on discrete plastic or metal parts and as aluminum or steel coated coil or sheets. These new products augment the WhiteOpticsTM White97 and White98 reflectance, high diffuse film and WhiteOpticsTM Metal currently offered today.
“With Advanced Coatings and White96Metal, we can now apply our high performance coating to virtually any lighting component of any substrate. Lighting OEMs can now have the best reflectors and highest diffuse light output for every design,” says Eric Teather, President and Founder of WhiteOptics. “Use of this new technology is ideal for coating unique 3D geometries or in fixtures that require substantial metal forming processes. Our low-cost production methods now make high diffuse reflectors affordable for a wide range of applications,” continued Mr. Teather.
In addition, WhiteOptics is now offering a selection of Micro-Diffusion Films, high transmittance diffuser films with beam control. The micro-structured lensed materials, working in conjunction with WhiteOptics reflectors, enable additional unique possibilities in advanced lighting design.
“With the introduction of our Micro-Diffusion Films and Advanced Coatings, we now offer lighting OEMs a full line of highly reflective, highly diffuse materials to support their innovation in lighting efficiency and design”, said John Sanders, WhiteOptics’ EVP of Operations. “We’re pleased to make these announcements as we are simultaneously increasing our production capacity in Delaware and in Asia to better serve our global customer base.”
For more information about the announcements described above or about other WhiteOptics products, please visit www.whiteoptics.com or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.