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TMB Adapting and Innovating for the Future

TMB Adapting and Innovating for the Future

USA – Rock & Roll technology in airports, hotels and town squares? Architectural specifiers, and installers everywhere are discovering the advantages of products derived from TMB’s world famous road-proven technology, renowned for unsurpassed durability and integrity. Apart, perhaps, from aircraft carriers, concert touring is the most technically challenging, and also harshest environment, demanding flawless performance night after night, mile after mile. Furthermore, touring technology has a long history of being the vanguard for design innovations in other industries.

“There is no question Rock & Roll technology drives innovation in other industries, first theatre, then film and TV, then corporate events and theme parks and now architecture,” says Colin Waters, ex-roadie and TMB’s CEO/Founder. “To this end, TMB now has regional reps throughout America to liaise with specifiers, contractors and designers who place our innovative products into a broad spectrum of high-profile installations, including Wynn Resorts in Las Vegas, O’Hare airport in Chicago, the Moxy Hotel in New York, the Schuster Center in Dayton, Ohio, and many more. Our North American architectural rep programme is managed by Nicole Rizzo.”

Outside of America, TMB Architectural products, as seen on www.tmbarchitectural.com, are available from TMB’s regional distribution partners or directly from TMB. They include Solaris indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures, FloppyFlex LED neon, FloppyTape LED tape, Firefly Festoon and Fairy Lights, ProPower Company Switches; ProPlex Data Distribution Devices, IMS marquee/festoon lighting; Nuri*Lites lighting fixtures, W-DMX wireless lighting control (America only) and, of course, ProPlex Installation Data Cables.

For nearly 40 years, TMB has provided lighting and related products to entertainment and staging professionals worldwide and, in addition to innovative and popular lighting fixtures and digital distribution devices, was the first to design and build custom, proprietary cables, connectors, and assemblies for the industry.

In picture: CF-35  Individually DMX Controlled IP67 Strobe/Warning Light. Széchenyi Chain Bridge from Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary.

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22nd May 2020

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