A really big light kit with long cable might have cost up to ten thousand dollars in the past. Now, with the new Kasco universal kit, customers can add powerful LED kits to most major floating fountain units for less than 800 dollars.
Santa Maria CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
In keeping with its policy to keep both purchase price and energy costs low, Fountain Mountain announces a new universal light kit that will fit most large floating fountains. The expense of traditional halogen light kits for large floating fountains has been prohibitively expensive, Michael Guista, president of Fountain Mountain says. “A really big light kit with long cable might have cost up to ten thousand dollars in the past. Now, with the new Kasco universal kit, customers can add powerful LED kits to most major floating fountain units for less than 800 dollars."
New universal light kit fits most brands of floats but at a low price both to buy and to operate. Each fixture is constructed of robust engineered thermoplastics, corrosion-resistant bronze and stainless steel components incorporating an innovative adjusting bracket for precise aiming to assure full illumination of the fountain pattern.Fixture lenses remain cool-to-the-touch during operation which reduces build-up of evaporative mineral deposits and frequent lens cleaning often associated with traditional fountain lighting.
These floating fountain lights have been tested under heavy conditions for durability. Each fixture Includes 4 powerful LEDs. Lens caps are included for red, green, amber, blue and pink. Very bright and durable. Using the skills of both mechanical and electrical engineers on their staff, Kasco Manufacturing has tested these light kits under harsh conditions for reliability. Kasco is a U.S..manufacturing company that has long stressed energy efficiency and reliability, along with unit cost, according to Guista, who has distributed their products since 2005.
In keeping with its interest in the greenest of technology, along with lowest energy costs available, Fountain Mountain has begun contributing a percentage of sales of all floating fountains and fountain pumps to The Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies, effective April 1.