Triskell is the name of the special road network dedicated to the buses of Lorient conurbation. The first part, finished in 2007, has significantly improved the fluidity of public transportation. With their open-work arms, Technilum’s Roussanne lamp posts bring delicacy to the functional lighting of the busways. They also include a pedestrian light, for the confort of walkers and cyclists.More recently, Aiguille masts, with Palino and luminous head, equip another section of the busway.Finally, in May 2017, the works are acheived, including the connection of Lorient’s railway station for which Technilum has also provided the lighting furniture.
FranceJanuary 2007© Photo credit:
Technilum – DR
Aiguille (“Needle”) is a tapered aluminum pole ended by a spike, going up from the pole with no break in the overall line. It benefits from the Technalinox® technolgy and is thus entirely weld-free, to provide stronger structural resistance.Download data sheet
Aluminum lamp post for functional and roadway lighting, Roussanne combines resistance and aesthetics thanks to its fretted arm made from an exclusive aluminum profile. Versatile, it can support a simple or double pole head, and integrate a pedestrian lighting. Various pole profiles are available with or without external technical grooves (to facilitate accessorization).Download data sheet
Techni-Tram is a range of poles whose originality lies in their lightness and the transparency of their arms made of extruded aluminum sections – a patented concept. This design was originally developed for the lightrail system of the city of Montpellier, France. It is made of Technalinox pole and a single or double arm.Download data sheet