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LightLouver LLC

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685 South Arthur ave., Unit 11 B
Louisville, CO 80027
About LightLouver LLC
  • The LightLouver Daylighting System provides daylighting and solar control in one remarkable product. Using a patented, passive optical design the LightLouver Daylighting System redirects daylight deep into the space while eliminating all direct sunlight penetration onto work surfaces. With LightLouver units integrated into the building fenestration design, uniform ambient lighting is provided, so that electric lights can be turned off or dimmed. Mounted inside, directly adjacent to the daylight glazing, the LightLouver units are protected from the weather, and pivot to enable cleaning of the daylight glazing. The LightLouver Daylighting System eliminates the need for costly and unsightly exterior or interior light shelves and provides superior daylight performance. The LightLouver Daylighting System can outperform conventional side-daylighting strategies in many performance categories: daylighting contribution, solar control, visual comfort, energy savings and installed cost. LightLouver units extend the daylit zone, deep into the building floorplate, in a glare-free manner.
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Products by LightLouver LLC
  • LightLouver Daylighting System

    The LightLouver Daylighting System helps save energy in any new or existing building by reducing the requirement for artificial lighting and cooling. Window treatments resembling miniblinds redirect sunlight onto the ceiling from overhead windows, to a depth of up to sixty feet from the window... Read more