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LED Lighting, Far Infrared Heating & Solar Solutions

Solar Engine

 The revolutionary Solar Engine is transforming the way lights are deployed in shaded areas across the United Kingdom.

In the past, the presence of shade from buildings and trees limited the placement of solar bollards, hindering their effectiveness. However, with the introduction of the all new Solar Engine, this challenge is overcome. This ground-breaking technology allows solar lights to operate in shaded locations where there is no usable power source. Now, even under trees, solar bollards can be seamlessly integrated, providing reliable and sustainable lighting solutions. The INVO Solar Engine’s advanced design and innovative features enable it to capture and convert sunlight into usable energy, even in low-light conditions. This means that previously inaccessible areas can now enjoy the benefits of solar lighting, enhancing safety, visibility, and aesthetics. With the INVO Solar Engine, the possibilities for solar lighting installation are expanded, bringing sustainable illumination to every corner of the UK, regardless of shade or obstructions.

INVO Solar LED Lighting

Our commercial range of solar powered LED lights comprise of the very latest technology using the most advanced components available. By doing so we are able to provide the most advanced and proven solutions in the UK that work all year round.

Easy to install and incredibly efficient, solar powered lighting offers the perfect solution where mains powered lighting isn’t suitable or is just too costly to install.

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Family Owned Business

Procure Direct Ltd was established in 2005 to provide high quality products at market-beating prices.

Based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, we have clients all across the UK. We have worked with organisations such as Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire Police Force, Metsawood, NPower, Mitie, Kier and Heron Foods to name just a few.

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