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Article Date: 19th October 2020

Halton Skyline Culinary & Human Centric Light

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Halton Skyline is the first LED based lighting technology specifically developed for professional kitchens. Everyone agrees the light it provides is simply the closest possible to natural light. Halton Skyline combines the benefits of a Culinary Light and a Human Centric Light. Respect of the food colour and plasticity, wellbeing of the staff and safety are the key benefits.

The impact of lighting in professional kitchens has often been regulated to simply satisfying illumination levels without regard for personal wellbeing.

The link between good lighting, better working conditions and productivity, is now widely recognized. However, what often occurs when a kitchen benefits from excellent lighting levels, the staff is dazzled from reflected light. When dazzling does not occur, the kitchen typically suffers from a lack of illumination that is more harmful for the safety of the staff and hygiene of the kitchen.

Halton Skyline is the first LED based lighting technology specifically developed for professional kitchens. Everyone agrees the light it provides is simply the closest possible to natural light.

  • A Culinary Light that remarkably respects the food colour and plasticity from raw ingredients to plated presentation.
  • A Culinary Light that also improves the working conditions while playing an active role in the kitchen safety.
  • A Human Centric light that follows your biorhythm to further improve the working conditions and staff Wellbeing.
  • A state-of-the-art lighting technology that, at its core, saves significantly on energy and maintenance.

Halton Skyline is based on the use of two types of light sources, both equipped with the latest generation of highly efficient LEDs:

A broad beam spot - this has been designed to provide a uniform and bright general lighting at a colour temperature of 4000K. In the most advanced Human Centric version, it is equipped with two sets of LEDs enabling varying the colour temperature from 2200 to 6500K;

A narrow beam spot (@ 2800K) - this is used to further improve the lighting level and the colour render of the food in strategic locations, above cutting machines or griddles for instance, or even the plating presentation area.

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