Track is wack. Go Circular Economy. Go Track-Pipe® 💪
Our most revolutionary product, it does the same job as regular lighting track, but without the plastics, paint and adhesives.
It's also simpler to specify, faster to install, stronger, longer and the cables are PVC-FREE🤘. Best of all, we can remake it again & again. Designed & assembled in Yorkshire.
Track-Pipe® is made from premium 304 stainless steel tube.
It's strong, rigid and means just one suspension is required per 3000mm. That's 50% fewer compared to regular track 🤯.
Easily adjustable lighting.
Track-Pipe® is supplied in straight runs of 1m to 10m length. Unlike regular track there's no on-site measuring, cutting and waste.
Each run is suspended on simple, adjustable 2mm diameter stainless steel wires.
It's easy to add, reposition and plug in your lights along the tube.
Making the connection.
The miniature 'plug + play' connectors are beautifully designed and easy to use.
They set the standard for reliable power / data transfer and are used across medical, robotics & transport (and the international space station 🛰 !).
Track-Pipe® is easy to repair, adapt, upgrade and disassemble using regular hand tools. Changing the layout is simple.
There's no paint or powder coat (just a lightly sanded texture) which means our factory can reprocess 'used' Track-Pipe® into 'new' components again & again with minimal energy and zero pollution - that's closed-loop ♻️.
How is it so affordable?
Although Track-Pipe® is made from premium materials it costs the same as regular track 🤯.
Around 40% of the ticket price goes on materials and you can feel the difference 🥳 (we estimate it's ±6% for regular track)
It's made on DFMA principles (design for manufacturing & assembly) plus there's no 'double-handling' via 3rd parties - it's supplied directly from our factory to your project.
Different projects, different benefits...
From global corporations like Google and Spotify to tiny food startup's like Atis, Track-Pipe® is a breath of fresh air for projects and clients who are conscious of environmental issues or just want to design a new kind of space.