INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED M.E.P. BRANDS FOR YOUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Who is Lux24 Limited Liability Company? - We are a "green" construction supplier based in the United Arab Emirates who is focusing on supply for environment-friendly construction projects. We offer high qualitative and internationally recognized mechanical, electrical/electronic and plumbing (M.E.P.) materials for projects in Middle East and Africa. According to studies done by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), the total carbon emissions in the building and infrastructure construction sector reach 39% globally. Nevertheless, it can be possible to reduce the carbon emissions to net zero by 2050, by taking the right measures. To adapt to an ecological future of reducing the carbon emissions worldwide, Lux24 is focusing on the "green" building future by cooperating with global partners who are having the same goal. Our targeted customers are building developers, landscape designers, construction companies, consultants, contractors and M.E.P. repair service providers. To fit various needs and make the planning and ordering process for your construction projects as simple as possible, we provide a wide product portfolio which allows you to order most of these materials directly from us. Therefore we are offering different variants of LED lights, valves, HVAC, pipes, pumps and other components of M.E.P. categories. Additionally, our product range includes reverse osmosis water filtration systems, which convert waste and brackish water into potable water to make it available in arid areas, and solar panels or lights using renewable energy sources. Helpful industrial and construction tools, such as safety equipments for workers at site, complete our portfolio. By collaborating with worldwide recognized and certified manufacturers mainly from Europe and Asia, we are able to provide optimized and productive supply-chain service towards our customers, offering the best sustainable solutions for keeping our planet "green"!
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