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Richlands Station
Queensland, Australia

  • project Richlands Station Queensland
  • architect The Horizon Alliance
  • lighting designer GHD Engineers, Sydney
  • electrical planning Nilsen Electrical QLD, Morningside
  • photographer DMW Photography

Wherever lights are exposed to extreme stress, whether this is in a station, on a pedestrian footbridge or tunnel, a carpark, sports ground or lab, it is essential they are resistant. In the Richlands Stadium in Queensland Australia, which was completed in 2011, varying configurations of suspended Survivor luminaires have been used. Survivor is characterised by its impact-resistant materials, robust design and slim design. Here pressure cast aluminium end plates have been combined with a prismatic diffuser. Captive closure screws also make for easier maintenance.

  • Survivor provides customers with a premium quality vandal-proof and tamper-resistant fixture that is aesthetically suited to mounting conditions in in areas requiring high levels of protection such as railway platforms, pedestrian bridges, tunnels, bus stations, overpasses, parking garages, sports complexes and laboratories. A sleek and shallow fixture, its gentle curved form is especially suited for applications where an unobtrusive fixture is required, or to work within architectural lighting schemes. It is constructed of durable materials, cast aluminium end plates, with a highly impact-resistant prismatic or glass shielding, stainless steel captive fasteners and an extruded aluminium housing for ease of maintenance, suitable for both vertical and horizontal applications, surface mounted or suspended. Survivor is available in various lengths, with media trunking and can be operated with a choice of LED or fluorescent lamps. The luminaire is fully gasketed for IP 67 water resistance, and dust and insect ingress control.
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