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Aluminium surface treatment for lighting applications

Aluminium surface treatment for lighting applications

Constellium offers a variety of functional surfaces and customized products for lighting applications, integrating energy management and climate protection in the modernization of lighting systems.

A broad spectrum of 3D structured surfaces

Lighting applications

Our products are used in a variety of functional lighting techniques for optimal light and energy savings as well as decorative effects

Our plants are internationally reputed for their rolling technology. Our range of geometrically structured aluminum surfaces come in the form of coils or flat sheets and range from a highly reflective to a matte finish.

Constellium products are used in a variety of functional lighting techniques for optimal light and energy savings as well as decorative effects. Depending on the optical effects and special characteristics our customer is aiming to achieve, we supply the appropriate aluminium semi-finished product. Our selection includes varied combinations of alloys, tempers and surfaces - from high-luster and matte finishes to three-dimensional rolled structures. Offered in a complete range of aesthetic possibilities, our products are also optimized for further surface treatments such as anodization, physical vapor deposition treatment and coating.

Lighting the way

Lighting applications

The application possibilities of our product portfolio are virtually infinite, and the broad field of light reflection offers inestimable potential for aluminium sheet. Innovative developments in light‑directing indicate future applications for our three-dimensional surfaces in the architecture and lighting industry.

Find out more about Constellium’s offer for lighting

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Constellium products are used in a variety of functional lighting techniques for optimal light and energy savings as well as decorative effects. 

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Last update 29 April 2013 Back to top