low pole lighting solutions

ADLT designing high quality low pole lighting solutions

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Lighting Solutions

How we can help you

ADLT supply a total tennis court lighting solution. Whether it be replacing existing lighting and poles, or designing and installing a complete tailored solution, Advanced Lighting Technologies can help you.

A combination of efficient lighting design and quality floodlight products has rewarded Advanced Lighting Technologies with an international reputation for providing high performance floodlighting.

From lighting a single residential court to lighting multi court tennis clubs, Advanced Lighting Technologies has the product and expertise to suit your needs.

Our products

For low pole tennis court applications our Aerodrome, Area Cut-off or Cut-off flood Series products will in most cases be suitable. We can also offer high pole, multiple tennis court lighting solutions using the 2000 watt Challenger fitting powered by Venture lamp and ballast.

Our lighting layouts examples will give you an idea of the positioning and number of lighting fixtures you would need which will help you to work out a budget. We can then work with you to establish what you will need. If you’re not sure which product is right for you just use our enquiry form,  one of our sales team is here to help.

How do I order?

To get the ball rolling ADLT offer a couple of ways to make your life a little easier.

The best way is to use our enquiry form where we ask you some questions so our customer service and sales staff can establish the most suitable product and design solution quickly and efficiently for you.

Alternatively you can call our customer service staff who collect some basic information and arrange one of our experienced sales staff to handle your request.

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Advanced Lighting Technologies www.adlt.com.au

Venture Lighting www.venturelighting.com.au

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