ERCO’s nuanced and diversified product range has stood the test even in special situations – from planning complex light structures to high load requirements.
The Hi-trac light structure is a heavy-duty system and allows very wide spacing between the suspensions. Hi-trac is an aluminium extrusion and available with integrated ERCO track in two versions: either with an empty upper compartment for cables or as an indirect luminaire.
Hi-trac track and light structure in the application
Carolina Rediviva Library, Uppsala. Lighting design: Johan Celsing. Photography: Johan Elm, Stockholm.
Sacristy of Toledo Cathedral. Photographer: Frieder Blickle, Hamburg.
Wastewater treatment plant control room of public water board Emschergenossenschaft, Bottrop. Photographer: Dirk Vogel, Dortmund.
Villa des Arts de Rabat - Fondation ONA, Rabat. Architecture and lighting design: Imagine Design, Mustapha Alaoui, Casablanca.
Individualise Hi-trac track and light structure for your use case
With our “ERCO individual” service we offer you extensive options for the individualisation of series products as well as support in the development of sophisticated special luminaires. In order to match Hi-trac track and light structure even more efficiently to your project requirements, further variants are available on request in addition to the series configuration. These include, for example:
Housing: 10,000 further colours
Do you have further requirements with the product?
Please contact the consultant team in the following ERCO office:
Wide beam, axially symmetrical light distribution emitting light upwards for indirect general lighting.
1280lm - 1800lm
The LED module, mounted flush into the Hi-trac track from above, projects the light onto the ceiling, emphasising the dimensions of high rooms. The ideal distance (a) of the light structure to the ceiling is 0.8m.
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