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LIGHT ATMOSPHERE CREATED WITH CRYSTAL Crystal Starry Skies combine the benefits of fiber optic lighting with sparkling, precision-cut crystal, generating a bright atmosphere with radiant accents. Crystal Starry Skies are particularly ideal where a high level of versatility and very easy maintenance are desired â€“ in large-area applications and in high-ceilinged rooms. Crystal Starry Skies are available in four decorative varieties. It is also possible to create a highly versatile lighting system from the individual units, ensuring the best possible individual lighting solution for any particular room. THE BENEFITS Crystal Starry Skies are characterized by: FLEXIBLE LIGHTING With only one light project, a fiber optic light cable can be provided with up to 465 fiber optic cables. The wide range of fiber optic cables enables flexible lighting with: - variable diameters and different lengths - the option of fine mixing to balance out differences in intensity - a wide range of crystal light fixtures LOW-MAINTENANCE SYSTEM Fiber optic lighting systems are supplied by a central light projector placed in an easy-to-access central position. Should the lighting system fail, only one lamp has to be changed per system. Maintenance is limited to occasional cleaning of the light fixtures and changing the lamps in the light projector as needed. DYNAMIC COLOR EFFECTS The use of a light projector with color or effect wheel or the use of light fixtures with multicolor effect allows static or changing decorative effects to be created. SAFE OPERATION Fiber optic cables and crystal light fixtures are non-conductive and are particularly suitable for use in damp interiors. UV radiation and heat are filtered by the fiber optic conductor, giving cold, UV-free lighting. Fiber optic cables have a halogen-free, self-extinguishing sheath and therefore meet current fire prevention standards.
In 1895, having invented a machine that made cutting crystals much more precise than traditional manual methods, Daniel Swarovski founded a crystal factory in the town of Wattens in Tyrol, Austria. The initial focus was primarily on crystal for jewelry, home accessories and fashion. In 1965, Swarovski began producing crystal elements for chandeliers (registered as STRASS in 1977). Selling their crystal to other makers for years, Swarovski eventually began making their own lighting. They currently produce contemporary crystal lighting through their own brand and Schonbek, a leading maker of fine crystal chandeliers, which Swarovksi acquired in 2007.
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