ON THE EDGE
Wales see the light
Sun, 04 Nov 2012 12:43
Welsh rugby is set to light up the skies when Wales face Samoa at the Millennium Stadium on Friday, November 16.
A new international standard floodlight system has been installed at the home of Welsh sport which will be switched on at full capacity for the very first time when Wales face the South Sea Islanders.
The floodlights are guaranteed to shine brighter than ever before, producing a maximum of 3000lux across 100 extra lights, and rugby fans under the closed roof at the Friday fixture against Samoa will be the first crowd to appreciate the impressive luminous system.
Boosting lighting efficiency by up to 78 percent while reducing the cost of power consumption.
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