The Leelium ‘tube lite’ is a fast, efficient and safe method of achieving a soft overhead light source for film sets and locations. As vastly experienced film and TV professionals, and electronics engineers, we have always been aware of the unique technical and safety issues encountered in the film and T.V industry. To this end all our equipment adheres to the highest industry standards of safety and build-quality. Extensive equipment checks are carried out regularly with all maintenance being done in-house.

Leelium Balloons have done extensive temperature tests with luminairies in a helium filled ‘tube lite’. The emitted heat from the ‘tube lite’ is a constant 6° to 8° above the ambient temperature. This allows our range of balloons to be used in locations where emitted temperature is important.

About Helium

Helium is one of the so-called noble gasses, and is the second most abundant element in the universe. It is inert, colourless, and odourless. Helium is used in lighter than air balloons and, while heavier than hydrogen, is far safer since helium does not burn. Breathing helium in high concentrations may cause asphyxiation – never deliberately inhale.

Locations we have worked in

British Library
V&A Museum
Maritime Museum (Painted Hall)
St Paul’s Cathedral
York Minster Cathedral
Wells Cathedral
Durham Cathedral
Westminster Abbey
Leeds Castle
Belvoir Castle
Blenheim Palace
Palazzo Vecchio (Florence)
Kings Cross Station

Lancaster House
Admiralty House
Mansion House
The Guildhall
Royal Courts of Justice
Savoy Hotel
Ritz Hotel
Dorchester Hotel
Globe Theatre
RAF Halton
RAF Brize Norton
Richmond Theatre
Her Majesty’s Theatre
The Old Vic Theatre

Heathrow Airport
The Old Baily
Knebworth House
The Criterion Resturant
Cambridge University
Oxford University
Edinbrugh University
Harrow School
The National Sports Centre (Crystal Palace)
Gare De Norde (Paris)
Gare De Lyon (Paris)
London City Airport
Gatwick Airport

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