Thorn Lighting launches new luminaire for clean environments

Thorn Lighting has launched its new Duoproof 2 luminaire – an ideal choice for use in demanding environments where hygiene and reliability are crucial.

This includes laboratories, cleanrooms, commercial kitchens, and industrial and pharmaceutical production facilities, all of which demand high-quality illumination, delivered by a robust and durable luminaire.

Duoproof 2 ticks these boxes, with an LED panel that features a high level of resistance to chemical and heat, and IP65 protection against dust, dirt, steam and water.

A smooth surface, rounded corners and the impermeable join between Duoproof 2’s polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) cover and steel housing also result in an optimised hygienic design that allows for quick and easy cleaning maintenance cycles.

But that’s not all. Here are just a few more highlights of Duoproof 2: 

  • High temperature tolerance: Duoproof 2 is suitable for use in high temperature environments up to 50°C.
  • Highly efficient: the luminaire can deliver up to 150 lm/W.
  • Excellent optical light distribution and recyclability provided by the PMMA diffuser.
  • Certification – Duoproof 2 is certified by Fraunhofer for cleanroom environments (ISO EN 14644-1) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). It also has the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) food safety certificate.

Duoproof 2’s Product Manager, Felix Breuss, says, “Our new indoor luminaire is especially attractive because of the breadth of its application usage. In spaces with stringent requirements – such as pharmaceutical, medical or food manufacturing – this luminaire can be trusted to perform and endure.”

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