Give your trim a pop of light

2013-08-17T15:11:00Z Give your trim a pop of lightMichelle Krueger Times Correspondent nwitimes.com
August 17, 2013 3:11 pm  • 

Established in 1893, Keeler Brass Company® has earned a long-standing reputation for design and finish innovation, crafting heirloom-quality hardware for many industries – furniture, kitchen cabinetry, appliance components, marine and automotive. Now an operating division of Belwith Products, Keeler recently introduced Light Integrated Trim (LIT).

Ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications, LIT is an enhanced decorative accent with coordinated hardware styles and finishes plus functional and/or decorative illumination using LED technology. The system’s modularity, safe low voltage, highly efficient light and 50,000 of hours of life at a fraction of the cost of traditional lighting strips make it unique, according to Keeler.

Imagine the possibilities when you have the flexibility to highlight and illuminate architectural details such as crown molding and baseboard trim, cove and recessed ceilings, art showcases, under cabinetry, in backsplashes, along railings and staircases, across mantles and shelving, next to walkways and through deck railings.

With several design aspects of this innovative system protected by patent pending applications, LIT components include decorative trim (12” metal pieces that coordinate with a variety of decorative hardware designs and finishes), light diffuser (for decorative visual effects)/channel cover (for functional, bright lighting applications), LED strip (standard reels of 16-foot long strips), housing channel (semi-rigid plastic that holds the LED strip and can be mounted multiple ways), housing channel alignment connectors (available for interior/exterior corner, flat corner and linear connections), utility housing (translucent white plastic), end cap (with power wiring opening) and LED strip connectors (maintains center-to-center distance between LEDs for light consistency and uniform appearance).

For more details go to belwith.com or call 1.800.235.9484.

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