Introducing Green Applelec LED Light Sheet

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to put in place new initiatives that will reduce our impact on the environment, and after running Life Cycle Analysis on our backlighting panel, we identified areas where we could improve upon our carbon footprint. From this, we’re excited to announce that our new Green Applelec LED Light Sheet is the first light panel to utilise recycled and recyclable materials, creating a more sustainable product.

An environmentally friendly option, Green Applelec LED Light Sheet is engineered using Green Cast 100% recycled acrylic. Utilising R-MMA for its sheets, Green Cast requires less water and carbon dioxide to manufacture and is Hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) as well as Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) free.

As a result, Green Applelec LED Light Sheet is a kinder option for the environment, significantly reducing its contribution to air acidification and eutrophication. Embedded with premium components, the 9w/m 24V LEDs deliver consistent and powerful illumination, whilst being extremely energy efficient to run, ensuring Green Applelec LED Light Sheet is a eco-friendly backlighting solution.

As with our other light panel option, Green Applelec LED Light Sheet is engineered at our West Yorkshire premises, guaranteeing the same high-quality solution designers expect and trust from our backlighting product. Featuring our patented and bespoke dot pattern, our unique matrix design is etched into the recycled and recyclable acrylic, providing a premium backlighting source that emits bright and flawless illumination.

Green Applelec LED Light Sheet also carries an advanced 5-year warranty and for every order we receive, we will plant a tree on your behalf, through our partnership with Just One Tree. 

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