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Blog posts tagged in led lighting for water feature fountains

The commemoration of a modern feat

Schooner architectural fountain Ancud, Chile

The feat that the Ancud Schooner crew achieved in the mid-19th century is a real highlight that the Chilean nation treasures in its recent historical memory. In order to homage the sailors who annexed the Strait of Magellan to Chile, a great architectural fountain was inaugurated in January 2014 in Punta Arenas, the far-away region of the Strait of Magellan where the Chilote crew accomplished the annexation. The architectural fountain, built to commemorate the 169th anniversary of the expedition, depicts the bow of the schooner emerging from a group of rocks. Some bronze sculptures depicting relevant characters of the expedition stand on the ship. Read More

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Diagram of an architectural fountain design

When tackling the design of an architectural fountain, it is important to consider the various components. This is exactly what we intend to do in this, and future installments of this Blog.

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New Underwater LED Spotlight named LAKE LightTimes change and technology evolves, which is why last year, here at Safe-Rain, we set to work on a new underwater LED fountain light (ip68),  made from stainless steel.

As we always do whenever we pinpoint a market demand and/or need, our technicians in the RDI department got down to work to design what is now commercially known as the LAKE Spotlight. It is an underwater fountain light which is expressly designed to light up architectural fountains,  lakes and ponds.
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