Monday, 10 November 2014

PP Launches New Website

With all the functionality and compatibility required for use on tablets/ phones etc the new PP website has been designed to meet the demands of the modern web using designers and installers.

Navigation has been simplified with 3 key main navigation buttons that require a single click through to the catalogue ,site references and direct to product data including images and technical data

Once signed up users can access BIM data , elumdat files , installation leafets . spec sheets from their favoured devices.

Happy Clicking

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

The day the lights went out

At the recent May Design Series show at EXCEL an unfortunately timed loss of power ensured the Philip Payne stand came into it's own.
As other exhibitors stands were plunged into darkness, the emergency lighting on display switched over to battery and sanity at least,on the Payne stand, was restored.

Monday, 3 March 2014

First there was UNi now there's 2-Ni

First there was a new concept in emergency flood lighting with the UNi a high BLF  emergency TC-S flourescent product that over time evolved into UNi+ a new concept LED flood.

Now using a Luxeon M chip it has been re-engineered and relaunched to provide 258 emergency lumens and alongside it  the all new 2-Ni.
A modern alternative to traditional frog eyed  tungsten/lead acid  twinspots,  2-NI boasts impressive emergency output of  345 lumens powered by the much greener battery chemistry  of Nickel Metal Hydride

Easier on the Environment , Easier on the Eye

See it at the May Design Series ExCel London May18-20 2014
Call for a brochure on 01217 0523 84

Monday, 17 February 2014

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Friday, 14 February 2014

Royal Albert Hall

The first few Philip Payne Exit signs have been installed at ROH with a full roll out to follow in the near future
The Classic Cylinder model has been modified to ensure that the cantilever fitting does not encroach onto the corridor. A polished brass finish was selected but further supplies will be finished in RAL9010 and Old Penny Bronze dependant on location