Restaurant Development & Design

March-April 2017

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8 4 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 7 Solutions Center 11. Larson Electronics' 25 KVA Temporary Power Distribution System Intended for heavy-duty applications, the MPD- 25KVA-480-10X120.20A from Larson Electron- ics is a temporary power distribution system that converts 480 volts AC three-phase to 120 and 208Y volts AC three-phase electrical current. This system has 25 feet of line-in cable to connect the substation to a primary 480-volt power supply. The transformer and load assembly is mounted on a 3 /16-inch thick carbon steel mounting platform, and the load center/distribution assembly is mounted to the standard carbon steel tubing frame. 12. LebaTex's Fundamentals Collection Drapery Inspired by calm landscapes and subtle textures, the Fundamentals Collection of draperies now includes four new patterns: Allegory, Monterey, Savannah and Vista. These draperies pass the NFPA 701 and meet or exceed ACT standards for commercial drapery use. The patterns are available in a variety of qualities from lightweight sheer to blackout. 13. Litecontrol's Inde-Pendants Litecontrol's Inde-Pendants 32L family has three primary styles — cylinder, ring or both — with options that make up to 11 configurations. The lights can match output or power in 50-lumen increments to meet precise needs. The patented technology also provides verifiable wattage. The performance of the Inde-Pendants 32L features indirect and direct cylinder distributions, efficacy up to 118 lumens per watt and customizable lu- men outputs ranging from 350 to 3,000 lumens. 14. Meyda Custom Lighting's Chandel-Airs Designed by Meyda Custom Lighting and interior designer Rebecca Larys, the Paloma Golpe Chan- del-Airs feature six downlights, six inner lights and six uplights, which provide enough light to il- luminate a 3,000-square-foot space with 20-foot ceilings. The customizable 48-inch-wide light feature with reversible fan can be programmed to change with dayparts and seasons, providing cooling in warm months and heat circulation in cold months. 11 14 12 13

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