108 Street-Lamp by Santa & Cole
Enric Batlle, Joan Roig
Simple and functional street lamp, which arose from an angle, with a continuous rectangular cross-section shaft, designed to be useful without taking over. Tubular rectangular cross-section element where the column and the arm of the luminaire form the same piece. The arm is inclined 15 degrees in relation to the horizontal. The structure is presented in two heights: 4.7m and 7.7m.
Materials and finishes
· Optical unit
Optical unit and extrusion reflector in high shine anodized aluminium and tempered glass diffuser, equipped for discharge lamps, metallic halides or high pressure sodium vapour (max. 100 W for 4.70 m column and 150 W for 7.70 m column). Optionally, double level units can be included for the command line.
Grey painted finish hot-galvanized steel tube column and arm with continuous cross-section of 120 x 280 mm and 2.5mm thickness (4.7m street lamp), and 150 x 300 and 4mm thickness (7.7 m street lamp).
The column is installed using a mass concrete cube of 80x80x80cm (4.7m street lamp) or of 100x100x100cm (7.7m street lamp) created in situ and four anchor bolts. The foundations should be placed approximately 20cm below the level of the paving and a groove should be foreseen for the electric connection. The template and the anchor bolts are delivered with the column. Assembly instructions are enclosed with the street lamp.
Usual spare parts and maintenance for the units.
· 4,7 m: 117,5 Kg
· 7,7 m: 265,5 Kg
Energy Class: A +/ A /B / C / D / E
Designer: Enric Batlle Joan Roig
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