Airfal’s Orion luminaire has been chosen for the lighting of the Moshen art gallery in Tehran, one of the most important art galleries in the Iranian capital. A total of 48 units of this model left the Aragonese capital, which have been installed in the exhibition halls and corridors of the gallery.
Airfal International illuminates the Monshen art gallery in Tehran with its Orion luminaire. Almost 50 of these luminaires were used for the project and have been installed in the exhibition halls and corridors.
Lighting in art galleries and museums must preserve the heritage on display and not damage it with excessive emissions and, above all, it is an element that focuses attention on the works in a way that is in harmony with what is on display and the environment.
In the case of the Moshen Art Gallery in Tehran, the Orion models are placed in a continuous line, harmonizing with corridors and rooms, and generating a natural route through all the spaces. Due to its tubular shape, this luminaire does not generate shadows, which favours lighting at any angle.
With a polycarbonate body, glossy aluminium reflector, ABS covers and vandal-resistant polycarbonate flanges, the Orion luminaire offers shock resistance of IK09 and humidity and dust resistance of IP67, both very high degrees of protection. Thanks to its high-quality LED modules, the Orion model belongs to the 1/0 photovoltaic risk group and has a unified glare index of less than 19. The colour index is also higher than 80 and the life span of this model is more than 50,000 hours.
The Orion model achieves a power of up to 40W with an emission of up to 6,700 lumens and a colour temperature of 4000 K°. The quality of the lighting offered by its modules and its polycarbonate body make the light emission of this model perfect for installation in exhibition halls.
Its high quality and versatility make it ideal for installation in almost any location, which can vary from sports facilities, to parking lots, through marine areas and museums.
Although Airfal specialises in technical, industrial and ATEX lighting, residential lighting is also an important part of its catalogue. In this latest edition of the catalogue this family has expanded with four new models with the latest in LED technology, the Modular, Smart, Modular Deluxe and Mirror LED luminaires.
Airfal has illuminated numerous museums, such as the Granada Science Park with the Delta model. A residential model, with very small dimensions, which allowed its placement in almost any space creating a subtle and efficient lighting effect throughout the space.
The industrial design of the products in its catalogue and its flexibility mean that many exhibitions have used luminaires that were not originally designed for this type of location. One example is the Compact luminaire, a luminaire with a separate body designed especially for areas with high humidity, such as bridges, fountains or swimming pools or spas. However, it has been used for exhibitions of all kinds, to give you an industrial and modern feel.
Airfal in the Middle East
Since Airfal International was founded more than 30 years ago, the Middle East has always been a key player for its export, as it accounts for a significant percentage of turnover. Designers in the area value the quality offered by Airfal, which always has the latest European components on the market and a highly qualified technical team.
There are many Airfal projects in the Middle East, although it is worth mentioning the lighting of the Qatar Metro, which has been awarded to the company and which will be developed over the next few months. The company has also illuminated the Saudi Arabian Financial District with the ATEX, Minex and Kuwait Ministry of Education luminaires, the TR3 model, among other projects.
Airfal regularly attends the Light Middle East in Dubai, where it exhibits its new products every year. Likewise, both the Export Department and the Technical Department travel frequently to advise designers and builders on the most recommendable solutions for their installations.