Cold forging heatsink LED ceiling mounted Ceiling Light Fittings
Aluminum mini revessed ceiling light fittings
1 CE,CCC approvals
2 2 years warranty
3 Aluminum round
4 100x60 cutout80mm
Aluminum LED light heat sink
A. material: pure aluminum 1070
B. Finish: Anodized, powder coating, brush, mill finish are
C. Procedure: Preciously Cutting, milling, drilling, punching, CNC
machining are all available.
D.Price and produce according to drawing and sample.
Ultra energy efficient, replacing up to 50-60W incandescent/Halogen
Good heat dissipation with professional designed aluminum alloy
Anti-glare, giving visual comfort;
Isolating circuit design, safety and reliability;
Solid-state, fast turn on;
No mercury, less CO2 emission, eco-friendly to the environment;
No UV, No IR;
Better thermal management, no heat damage;
Easily installed into standard fixture;
Longevity of service and minimal maintenance
hotels, malls, buses, trains, warehouses, parking lots etc.
Task lighting for cabinets, cupboards etc in your homes,
restaurants, and kitchens or any other places where accent lighting
Display lighting for the articles in your stores and shops.
Back lighting for square billboards or advertisement boards.
1 Our ceiling light fittings has a long service life over 40000hs.
2 Very high efficiency up to 80 lumens per watts.
3 The lights output of each 3w-light is comparable with that of a
20-25 watt halogen lamp.
4 Our ceiling light fittings contains no hazardous materials.
5 Ou ceiling light fittings have nice designs and attractive
6 Cool Beams - no harmful UV or IR emissions.
7 Our ceiling light fittings is anodic oxidation processed.
8 CE approved and RoHS compliant.
9 More colors available for our ceiling light fittings.
Cold forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of
metal using localized compressive force with no or less cutting.
It’s a kind of process wherein the cold metal flows plastically by
volume re-distributing or transferring under compressive forces
into a variety shapes within the dies to obtain desired parts or
blanks. It relies on the die to control the metal flow and forms
parts by metal massive volume transferring. The frequently-used
extrusion methods are: forward extrusion, backward extrusion,
combined extrusion and ironing process. It is a kind of advanced
production technology of high-precision, high efficiency,
environmentally friendly and low power consumption, often used for
large-scale production of small and medium-sized forgings.