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PH Snowball

by Poul Henningsen, 1958 — 1.973,95 €
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The Louis Poulsen PH Snowball lamp was designed in 1958 by Poul Henningsen and exhibited in the same year together with the PH 5 in the former Kunstindustrimuseet in Copenhagen. The design classic is equipped with a reflective three-shade system, which ensures a pleasant distribution of light.

Details

Product type Pendant light
Dimensions
Weight Min. 2,7 kg, max. 3,3 kg
Material Shades: drawn aluminium, surface wet painted white
Connecting rods: die-cast aluminium, high-gloss chrome plated
Bracing: drawn aluminium, high-gloss chrome plated
Function & properties Suspension cables: 3 x 0.75 mm²
Cable length: 3 meters
E27 fitting, max. 70 W
The lamp was measured with 300 W heat.
100% glare-free light
Symmetrical light distribution
Downward and sidewards-facing light
Assembly Click for more assembly instructions(ca. 0,9 MB).
Delivery includes Ceiling rose included
Bulb not included
Care To clean use a soft duster and always observe the manufacturer's care instructions.
Certificates IP Code IP20
Protection class I
Warranty 24 months
Product family PH Collection
Datasheet Click for more information (ca. 0,1 MB).
Product presentation

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