Cut bills in half with EVA

EVA Optic direct LED lighting consumes 6 times less power than old technology equivalents. By switching from traditional indirect lighting to LED, you could cut your running costs by 50 percent.

Available exclusively through Golden Coast, EVA Optic direct lighting is extremely energy efficient thanks to the use of Constant Light Output control. 

It offers a cost-effective alternative whilst guaranteeing world-class, flicker-free light with reduced glare on the water — making it ideal for new build, renovation or relighting projects.

EVA Optic has already been used at facilities around the UK with impressive results. At Waltham Abbey Leisure centre, 26 EVAline LED lights were chosen for the large pool hall. When designing the 807m2 space, it was predicted that EVA direct lighting would require only 2760 Watts, compared to almost twice that for indirect lighting at 5265 Watts. Over 50,000 hours, direct lighting was therefore set to save the facility £18,000 on electricity bills. 

The EVA Optic pool range includes EVAline individual or modular lights, downlights, Hydra spotlights and pendant lights. All are made to international safety standards and are built to withstand the aggressive corrosion from airborne chloramines, as well as the punishing heat of the pool environment. This durability means EVA lights maintain their mechanical integrity and aesthetics in the long-term, ensuring minimal maintenance and downtime. 

For more information about EVA Optic direct lighting, visit the Golden Coast website here, call 01271 378100 or email swimmer@goldenc.com 

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