Willard Studio Luminaires are designed to provide excellent colour rendering through high quality illumination with a natural lighting effect. With floor or ceiling mounting options, they are carefully balanced to ensure effortless manoeuvring. There are two standard sized Luminaire models comprising of either the 6 x 1200mm fluorescent tube model, or the compact model comprising 6 x 600mm fluorescent tubes.


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The Luminaire body is constructed from powder coated aluminium one-piece bespoke Willard casing incorporating elegant rounded corners and edges. The inset front panel minimises wide angle light spillage by directing the light source through 10mm (1/2in) cell aluminium louvres to optimise light quality. This removable panel allows simple access for fitting of replacement tubes (Philips specialist triphosphor recommended). Each Studio Luminaire is fitted with electronic high-frequency control gear to ensure excellent quality of light and efficient electricity use, lighting levels can be controlled through switching banks of tubes, or by optional dimming.


Mounting options


  • The floor standing model is fitted to a purpose made fully adjustable floor stand mounted on lockable castors.


The ceiling fixed model can either be suspended on a pantograph assembly (A fully balanced scissor lift) which can provide an extension range of up to three metres and a ceiling box to provide rotation OR mounted directly to the ceiling for a fixed height and position, or track mounted using the Willard bespoke twin track system.


As all Willard equipment is manufactured in our UK workshops, we can therefore design to order, in many size combinations and with custom feature options to suit individual requirements.

Studio Luminaires

  • Weight: (combined) luminaire with pantograph approximately 27Kg (subject to model selection)


Willard Conservation Ltd
The Workshop,
Leigh Road,
Terminus Industrial Estate,
PO19 8TT
United Kingdom

Tel        +44(0)1243 776928

Email   sales@willard.co.uk

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