Sunnex’s Tri-Star Light Provides Performance, Economy for Museums

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Sunnex, Inc. has introduced the Tri-Star® light for use by curators, historians and researchers at museums. The Tri-Star is a durable, economical light that is ideal in environments where high quality illumination for detailed inspections is required.

Sunnex, Inc. has introduced the Tri-Star® light for use by curators, historians, and researchers at museums. The Tri-Star is a durable, economical light that is ideal in environments where high quality illumination for detailed inspections is required.

For the ultimate in configuration and flexibility, the Tri-Star is available in both mobile and wall unit configurations.

The mobile version is completely portable and can be moved easily across all services, with a base design that prevents tipping. The Tri-Star’s telescoping pole offers height adjustments from 27 to 80 inches using a single hand control, therefore allowing for easy movement and direction of light.

The wall model version is equipped with a unique 30 inch extension arm that provides 55 inches of reach to beam center.

Each model features three 20W long life Halogen bulbs that average more than 4,000 hours each and provide more than 4,000 foot candles of light intensity with a color temperature of 3000k.

The Tri-Star Light is available immediately. For more information on the Tri-Star light or other Sunnex task light solutions, contact Charles Nashef by email, telephone: 1-800-445-7869, or on the Web: http://www.sunnexonline.com

About Sunnex, Inc.

Sunnex is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, quality task light solutions, with 30 years of experience. Sunnex lights offer extensive reach, low maintenance, unparalleled flexibility, and are installed around the world.

Headquartered in Natick, Mass., Sunnex Inc. is an ISO 9001 registered company with sales and service representatives located worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.sunnexonline.com or call 1-508-651-0009, or toll-free 1-800-445-7869.

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