Pictured to the right is a swinging sign suspended from a custom-made steel post with a welded cross bar at the top. The post and sign lighting unit have been powder coated white to match each other.
The Trough Light unit is double-sided, fixed to the projecting arm at the top of the post. It is powered by 12-volt LED modules which gives the most economic power consumption available with ample light emission.
The angle of each light is adjustable to give optimum spread of light for different size hanging signs.
The Guest House sign comprises a PVC panel fitted into an aluminium frame, which is powder-coated to match the post. The post has been made to order with a welded crossbar.
The lighting unit is very economical, with the brightest LED lights. The trough light unit is adjustable to suit the height of the suspended sign.
We can supply stainless steel shackles to fix the sign to the post - it’s quite an important feature because this way you avoid rust dribbling down the sign in the rain!
The diagram to the left shows a double-sided trough light fitting being bolted to the projecting sign bracket. It is easy to install.
First the crossbars are bolted either side of the sign bracket in 2 places as shown.
Then the lights slide on to the lugs and are then tightened when in the desired position, and with the angle of the beam set to suit the sign.
The Lanes Bar shows a Master 915 sign bracket with a hanging sign in an aluminium frame, which has been powder coated black.
The downlight unit is a very economical LED system - a pair of trough lights which provide bright lighting but with very low power consumption. The lights are secured to the bracket with cross bars as in the photo below, and include adjustable angle for taller signs.
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