Daylighting system for building owners

The Retrolite daylighting system allows building owners to incorporate daylighting into existing buildings to minimize lighting-related electricity costs and is designed to pull in more light earlier and later in the day.

09/12/2014


The Retrolite daylighting system allows building owners to incorporate daylighting into existing buildings to minimize lighting-related electricity costs and is designed to pull in more light earlier and later in the day. Courtesy: Butler ManufacturingButler Manufacturing's Retrolite daylighting system is designed to allow building owners to incorporate daylighting into existing buildings to minimize lighting-related electricity costs. The Retrolite is able to prevent water penetration and has an acrylic dome design designed to pull in more light earlier and later in the day, with a visible light transmittance value of 0.68. Other features include 100% diffused light without glares or hot spots, even in overcast conditions. The RetroLite daylighting system, specially designed to replace the Lite*Panl panel system, is available for retrofit applications to an MR-24 or CMR-24 roof system.

Butler Manufacturing

www.butlermfg.com 



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