Totalight offers free conversion to dimmable LED lamps

Totalight is offering dimmable LED lamps that can directly replace 50 W GU10 halogen lamps free of charge — in return for a share of the energy savings. These LED lamps use only 5.3 W and have a life of 48 000 h, so there are considerable maintenance savings in the long term. Organisations wanting to keep all the cost savings can buy TL403GU-D lamps for £12 (plus VAT). The saving on energy bills that can be expected is about 90%

To agree the payback, the customer discloses how much they pay for electricity and agree the average hours of daily usage. A percentage of the future savings is agreed for two years and is payable when the energy bill is received. After two years, full ownership of the lamps is transferred.

These lamps are a direct replacement for their GU10 counterparts and can be installed in existing recessed housings and fitting. A conversion kit is available for MR16.

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