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Silver Star help to build up the Hanwha Life Training Academy

Recently, Silver Star and Korean partner SUNGIL LIGHTING completed the lighting installation project of Hanwha Life Insurance Training Academy in Suanbo, Korea. Hanwha Group is a well known Korean consortium and one of the top ten consortiums in Korea. Hanwha Life Insurance, a subsidiary of the consortium, was established in 1946 and is the earliest life insurance company in Korea. Although the training academy is not large, it is an important part in Hanwha Life Insurance, and it is one of the main venues for the group to hold meetings and exchange training.

Therefore, Party A has set near-perfect requirements for engineering design and lighting fixtures, to be built into “the best of the best”. After layer-by-layer selection, in terms of lighting equipment, Silver Star products – FREZNO ZE-2 HD and ECLIPSE 750 HD were super outstanding and selected. It provides a strong guarantee for the use of high -load and high-frequency activities of the training institute, and the lighting effect has won unanimous praise from Hanwha Life. FREZNO Ze-2 HD is a professional spotlight with a high -density integrated new light source. The illuminance is 1.5 times higher than the traditional spotlight, it can replace the traditional 2000W spotlight completely. It is equipped with an efficient electronic zoom system and a wide optical angle of 15° – 60°. Both 3200K and 5600K, CRI > 90. It is perfect for theaters, TV stations, banquet halls, ballroom and so on. ECLIPSE 750 HD is a professional fixture with a high density integrated new light source, which has a 1.5 times higher illuminance than the traditional lamp. It can completely match the professional 5°, 10°, 19°, 26°, 36°, 50° lens barrel, and provide a clear gobo imaging. Both 3200K and 5600K, CRI > 90. It is perfect for theaters, TV stations, studios and banquet halls.

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