Ansell Lighting has launched its latest product catalogue – S16 – with 1,500 new product lines, including new specialist healthcare products and an LED strip lighting range.

While the company, which recently received a King’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation, has a raft of new products, it is also reducing the number of SKUs across a large number of ranges, as part of its sustainability drive and commitment to the environment. By making changes to key products – such as adding power selectability and CCT, or removing drivers – the number of SKUs required for stock is reduced.

Highlights of S16 include the new ARX collection of healthcare lighting, which includes robust bulkheads, liners and cornice fittings, as well as anti-ligature fittings.

The new LED-Cell strip consists of eight ranges including COB, dim-to-warm, eco, high efficiency, single cut, professional, ultra-long and irregular bend, all with self-adhesive backing and available in RGBW, RGB, RGBTW and single colour options, as well as IP20 and IP65 ratings.

The complete Ansell Lighting product range, including all the new product ranges, can be viewed on its recently relaunched website including all the specification variations for the new products, dimensions, LED information and product downloads.

Mark Abbott, Managing Director of Ansell Lighting, says, “Our S16 catalogue is crammed full of new products and innovation but as a business we are also very conscious of the environment and making life as easy for our customers as possible.

“We’ve made changes to some products so that we can reduce the number of SKUs we need to ship and that we, and our customers, need to hold in stock. For example – we have removed the drivers from our Pace panels so that the end customer can select the driver they require, rather than us and the wholesaler having to hold multiple versions of Pace with different drivers.

“We are also excited to bring a host of new products to the market, including what we believe to be the most comprehensive LED strip collection available.”

The new catalogue can be downloaded here.

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