HMY LAUNCHES PLUG’N LIGHT
A NEW AND REVOLUTIONARY LIGHTING SYSTEM INTEGRATED IN FURNITURE
Lighting is a crucial element in our lives. It can create a comfortable ambience, highlighting the products and attracting customers. Lighting plays an active role in a better viewing of the products displayed, thus increasing sales.
The HMY Group is conscious of the importance of this for its customers, and has developed PLUG’N LIGHT Launching it now, this innovative system combines all the necessary elements to enhance the products in the furniture using high security and clean of any part that may generate any negative response.
PLUG’N LIGHT is a low consumption lighting system whose components are integrated in the furniture or shelving. The connection is easy and quick because it is done directly on the upright using the borehole (every 25 mm for shelves fitting). The electrification rail is integrated in our new HMY patent upright.
The lighting is based on LED technology and the power strip has a plug in the upright borehole - a security system that allows the connector to be blocked, avoiding it. Completing the range, HMY also has an aluminum price holder with a double function retainer and label holder that can also include the LED stripes.
Easy, quick, safe, aesthetic and clean. Another benefit of this product is that once installed in the shop, it doesn’t require any technical for any changes in the implantation of the goods. The system offers speed and security to adjust the merchandising without needing an electrician to change the shelving levels; this can be easily done by the staff in the shop.
HMY is the leader in furniture and commercial equipment with 55 years of experience in design, development and installation of commercial equipment. It has professionals devoted to retail, and the R&D department, together with the rest of the Company, work to find the best equipment solutions to make their business easier.
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