Cross-shaped element with two columns, one cylindrical and the other conical, both lighting up the street and the pavement with spotlights and fluorescence of great technical and lighting effectiveness. The asymmetry of the two arms recalls a crossroads (Saint Patrick’s Street and Grand Parade) in the city of Cork, Ireland, for which it was designed.
Materials and finishes
9.70m street lamp composed of two columns of different heights in grey painted finish hot-galvanized steel, joined to form a cross by an AISI 316 stainless steel axis.
The highest column, which is conical, is 10m long. It supports four revolving projectors equipped for discharge lamps, metal halide or high pressure sodium vapour (max. 250 W). The other column, 6m long, supports two fluorescent tube holding luminaires, for two 58 W tubular lamps. Optionally, luminaires for a single 58 W tube can be delivered.
The columns are fixed using a concrete cube created in situ and anchor bolts, 24 cm below the level of the paving. The foundations must foresee the groove for the electric connection. The street lamp is supplied dismantled in five components: the two columns, the axis joining the columns, the luminaires and the spotlights. Assembly instructions are enclosed with the street lamp. The template and the anchor bolts are delivered with the column.
Usual spare parts and maintenance for the units.
Energy Class: A +/ A /B / C / D / E
Designer: Beth Gali
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