Melbourne, FL (PRWEB) July 17, 2013
Christopher International Inc. offers the hottest new LED lighting system, NEOFLEX, a flexible LED neon light tube that offers neon-like brightness and color with a unique glow. NEOFLEX is a 110v lighting system housed in a pigmented silicone sleeve. It is a versatile and user-friendly lighting system that can be easily installed in channels on most any surface.
NEOFLEX can be cut to size and installed in just a few hours. It’s flexible, easy-to-bend light tubing is perfect for fitting flexible neon lights into unique patterns and designs. One power cord can light 150 feet of NEOFLEX. Continuous lengths can run up to 400 feet while operating off a single 110v outlet. NEOFLEX is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
NEOFLEX lighting has been seen in a wide range of locations, including theaters, stadiums, concert venues, restaurants and storefronts, as well as schools, churches, medical centers and more.
Those who purchase NEOFLEX lighting from Christopher International Inc. can save up to 70 percent or more on energy costs compared to purchasing glass neon lights. The NEOFLEX system has up to 100,000 hours of life expectancy. It doesn’t require any power supplies to run, it just needs to be plugged into a standard 110v outlet. The NEOFLEX is available in 150-foot roll kits and its thick rubber coating protects the light from debris.
Christopher International Inc., headquartered in Melbourne, FL., is a leading LED design, manufacturing and service company for several industries, including architectural lighting, entertainment and advertising. They offer products that are creative and energy efficient for virtually all lighting applications. To find out more, visit their website at http://www.christopherinternational.com.
About the Company:
Christopher International is an import/export, distributor of equipment and consumable products for both the printed circuit and the circuit assembly industries. Located in Melbourne, Florida, Christopher International is a very reputable company with current clientele such as Tyco, Sanmina, Honeywell and Rogers Corp. in the printed circuit industry, and Siemens, Nippon Denso, Harris, NEC and Lockheed Martin in the circuit assembly industry to name a few.