FIBER OPTIC CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS
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We do not Install or make the Countertops, we only sell the supplies: Fiber Cable and Light units for the job!
Add a touch of class to your Concrete Countertops with our Fiber Optic Cables and Light systems.
You will nee to order the following items:
ENDGLOW CABLE select from EG32 or EG50 or Best seller the EGP48
Then you need to order the Light unit called the COOLSKY LED UNIT.
That's all you need.
You first strip jacket from the cable and insert fibers into your form. Pour cement, let dry, pull form off, and cut fibers flush to top. Then run the rest of the jacketed cable that's underneath the countertop, back to LED coolsky unit. And that's all !
If you don't know what to do then call and tell us the Total length and width of your Countertop and we will do the rest from there.
EXAMPLE INSTALL INTO CONCRETE
Next hang fiber from above & insert fiber with tack glue or latex caulk.
any inlays at this time, glass, stones, medallions, etc.
place concrete around fibers taking care not to let them get below steel grid.
vibrate at your own risk, fibers can be dislodged & lost forever!!
Gently lay down fibers & float concrete over them keeping them down close to steel grid.
Float over as usual & go have a beer. Wait 48 hrs. to de-mould.
Cut fibers flush with surface
Polish, sand or whatever you normally do, apply sealer & plug in unit. Now you're rockin'
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Here's another Example of What can be done with our Sideglow Cable.
ROUTED IN ALL THE HARLEY ITEMS ALONG WITH THE FIBER OPTICS & LEFT
EVERYTHING ABOUT 1/8"-1/4" ABOVE THE BAR SURFACE. THEN I ENCASED ALL WITH
1/2" THICK EPOXY POUR.
I USED 38' OF SGS7 7MM SIDE GLOW CABLE WITH A COLORMAX 2000 LED LIGHT UNIT.
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP ALONG THE WAY , AS I DID ASK SOME QUESTIONS OF YOU
IN CHOOSING THE BEST PRODUCT FOR MY JOB IN MY CONCEPT STAGES.
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