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The Best solution for Illuminated counter top

Posted by nuwoled (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 15, 09 at 16:16

Hi All

I received an email from a member letting me know that our product is being discussed in this forum.

We are manufacturers and distributors of the Nu World LED Light Panel which is the best solution for even illumination underneath Onyx, Corian, Avonite , resin or glass counter tops. Our made in Canada LED Light panels are manufactured to the strictest North american standards utilizing the same technology as the LED Light distribution plates in LCD tvs, this ensures that the light is perfectly even and allows us to manufacture the panels in sizes ranging from 1.5" X 3" up to 48" X 104".

If you have some interest in our LED Lighting products we will be happy to discuss your needs, please visit our website and email me if you need any additional info or if you would like to see images of recently completed projects.

Thank you for your time and interest in our products

Kind Regards

Mathew Barlett

Here is a link that might be useful: NU WORLD LED LIGHTING PRODUCTS

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RE: The Best solution for Illuminated counter top

This is not Spam. I'm the guy that told him about this site. I am thinking of doing a countertop in onxy and backlighting it. I did backlight my onyx surround on my gas fireplace I used Exnon lamps --- I figured, "There's gotta be a better way" see the pic below of my backlit fireplace You can even make out the filament of the xenon lamp (I know kinda Psycadellic)--but that wasn't what I was after. Thanks to another poster here, I found out about the company in Canada and pursued it.
Feel free to critique , add info, or anything that you might think will help my fireplace.
We still love the backlit Onxy thou, even thou not perfect, (YET)


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