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15th March 2005, 03:27 AM
We are renovating our Club's Snooker Room, which has 6 full size Snooker Tables. Any suggestions on lighting setup?
Pics and/or sites to visit would be appreciated.
13th July 2011, 07:17 AM
get some LED tubes to replace your flourescent ones, (if you have them). They arent cheap but the energy saving more than makes up for it. We are looking for something similar at the moment. A warning though! Do not immediately replace flourescent for LED tube as there is a bit of rewiring needed first! They are worth the effort though! Using 70% less power consumption!!! Yes 70%!
13th July 2011, 10:34 AM
Geoff Large is the guy to ask. I have a comment of his saved, for when I get round to building my own snooker room..
"Denmans electrical wholesalers sell white light flouresent light units (high frequency) each containing 2 tubes and are 5 foot units, two of these end to end is all that is required the total lenth being 10 foot for two 5ft unit
Many having been fitted to local clubs in the midlands includeing Stapleford cue club and Newark cue club, both of these clubs having pro players playing on exhibition nights. Mark Selby being the latest later this month at Stapleford cue club.
They retail at just £50 inc vat and tubes per 5ft unit so £100 per table , you may require the wire cables and fixings to hang them though. Some sell these on ebay at £400 when they cost just £100 a pair.
(click on duet down the list)
Web site for branch near you:
Just ask for high frequency modular lighting with white light tubes 2 x 5 ft units, the make is Dextra model is duet. Also omni and solution surface are other designs in this Dextra range that are also used for billiard table lighting.
Hang around 5 foot from bed, if ceiling is around 5 ft attach to ceiling direct, if greater, hang from wires or chain."
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