The System is the newest and most innovative way to incorporate natural light into classrooms. We'd love to answer your questions!
|1. Install Curb||2. Install Downtubes||3. Install Fixtures||4. Route Tubes to Fixtures||5. Finished Classroom|
|The skylight curb is installed and flashed by the roofing contractor. The galvanized steel tube support insert is installed in the curb. A double glazed clear skylight top is placed over the curb and secured to the curb.||The first lengths of 98% reflective aluminum skylight down tubes are installed and fastened to the tube support insert.||The patented skylight fixtures are then installed in the ceiling grid and affixed to the building joists where required.||Skylight transmitters are attached to the solar collector and routed to the openings in each skylight fixture using flexible elbows and additional skylight transmitters.||Completed classroom with 100% natural light. Electric lights are OFF because daylight harvesting settings do not require additional artificial light.|
In Lemons Mill Elementary Phase I, "The System" was installed in 3 rooms, using 3 skylights. This powered 36 florescent fixtures. In the initial evaluation of Phase I, lighting savings per room were estimated between 33%-90%!
In Lemons Mill Elementary Phase II, "The System" was installed in 4 rooms, using 4 skylights. This powered 48 LED fixtures. In the initial evaluation of Phase I, lighting savings per room were estimated between 33%-90%!
In Allen County Career and Technical Center, "The System" was installed in 5 rooms, using 10 skylights. This powered 116 LED fixtures. We're working on getting an evaluation for this project. Be sure to check back!
|"The System"||Clean, solar energy|