Fenland lighting business kicking off 2014 with launch of range of revolutionary products

12:28 16 January 2014

Home lighting business tp24.

Home lighting business tp24.

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A Fenland business has unveiled new home lighting systems it claims will revolutionise the industry.

Chatteris based tp24 have created a mini LED range of lamps and, after years of development, the LiveRod system.

LiveRod is a plug and socket mains voltage system fitted inside a 12mm metal casing which is totally safe and uses the outer metal casing as its earth, allowing you to interchange parts safely even if the power is on.

Their award winning G40 range is growing rapidly and they have added architectural suspensions and space age wonders.

All the new offerings take their names from either the Central line (G40), Piccadilly line (L1X) or Northern Line (LiveRod).

Prototypes will be on display at the Interiors 2014 Show at the NEC Birmingham from January 19-22.

For more information go to www.tp24.com

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