If you are visiting the museum ”Teknikens och Sjöfartens hus” in Malmö, Sweden, you may experience sunlight via the Parans system deep into the museum.
A Parans system has been installed at the museum ”Teknikens och Sjöfartens hus” in Malmö. The museum is temporarily undergoing a renovation. Via fiber optic cables the Parans system, model SP4-12, leads the sunlight 80 meters to a corridor. A hybrid luminaire, developed in collaboration with Toshiba, spreads light gently over the floor. When the sun is not shining the artificial LED light continues to give light. In this way, the same luminaire is used for both the natural light and the artificial.
- We are pleased that it is a museum that has got our technology installed, says Anders Koritz, CEO at Parans. The visitors of the museum and the many people passing through the corridor have the opportunity to experience sunlight far from windows. Skåneregionen (region in the south of Sweden) is a very progressive region in terms of innovative technology and sustainable solutions. We have some ongoing projects in southern Sweden so this installation is an easily accessible reference installation.
For more information, please contact:
Anders Koritz, CEO at Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ), phone +46 733 211635, email@example.com www.parans.com
About Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ)
Parans Solar Lighting offers sunlight for indoor environments through an innovative system that captures and leads the rays of the sun. Parans, which developed the technology, turns mainly to property owners, architects and larger employers worldwide. Parans Solar Lighting is quoted on Spotlight Stock Market and has office in Mölndal, Sweden.
How the Parans system work: https://youtu.be/eflcbj2lpWo