Die-Cast, Tilt, Fire Rated Downlight. GU10, Twist and Lock - Brass Finish
- Polished brass finish
- 5-year warranty
- Twist and lock mechanism
- Fire-rated to 90 minutes protection
- Independently tested to ensure it conforms to the relevant British Standards
Polished Brass Bezel
This LED downlight is designed with a stunning polished brass bezel that goes well with any aesthetic, be it classic, modern or a hint of both! With this, you can style your interior however you want because this downlight will blend in effortlessly.
Ceiling fixtures are more complicated to replace, so customising them too much to a certain theme may prevent you from trying other styles. That’s why simple fittings like this downlight are better since they’ll give you more flexibility and creative freedom! Add intricately designed table lamps and floor lamps to bring in the character you’re after. At least those fixtures are easier to manage and swap out whenever you change your mind!
Fire Rated to 90 Minutes
One of the best features of this LED downlight is it's fire-rated to 90 minutes of protection. This means the hole you cut to mount your light is resealed, and your ceiling is reinforced to prolong the time when the fire will spread (in this case, up to 90 minutes). With this, you and your family have adequate time to exit, and the damage to your home's structure will not be that bad.
Fire-rated downlights can restore the fire integrity of a compromised ceiling due to lighting installation. They're made with an intumescent pad that activates when exposed to a specific temperature, enabling them to block even the smallest gaps where fire may slip through!
Twist and Lock Mechanism - Straightforward Installation
Installing this LED downlight is not a hassle because it's made with features that streamline the mounting process. It has a twist and lock mechanism, making bulb changes quick and easy, and it is mains powered, so you don’t have to purchase a separate driver or transformer to make it run!
All you need to do is plan the placement of your fixtures, trim the cut-out hole, wire the downlight directly to the mains circuit, and add a bulb of your choice! After cleaning up, you can rest and enjoy your brilliantly lit space! Just ensure that you're safe, and if you’re unsure about the procedure and are not confident doing the installation yourself, call for an electrician!
Constructed from Die-Cast Aluminium with Steel Can
This LED downlight is made from die-cast aluminium with a steel can. So, it will not rust or tarnish even if you’ve had it for years. For maintenance, all you need to do is wipe it with a clean damp cloth to remove any dust and dirt build-up that’s potentially hindering the light from being delivered to the surfaces below. Once it’s clean, you’ll see that this downlight will return to looking as good as new!
Since ceiling lighting is much more challenging to install and replace, it’s necessary to look for a sturdy one that will last a long time. If not, you’ll be troubled by purchasing replacements and refitting your lights.
There are two types of downlights available in the market, a fixed and an adjustable downlight. A fixed downlight can produce a steady downward stream of light, while an adjustable downlight has a movable gimbal which you can tilt up and down to a certain degree.
An adjustable downlight, like this one, is perfect for rooms with multi-purpose rooms, such as the kitchen, dining room, and some bedrooms (used as both workspace and sleeping area), as it’s flexible enough to meet all the necessary requirements. You can use it as task lighting for work surfaces (kitchen counter, kitchen island, work desk) and ambient lighting in areas where you relax (living room, bedroom)!
While learning the installation process of your lights is crucial, knowing their dimensions is also necessary! That’s because if you only estimate, there’s a high probability that something will go wrong. This is particularly true for recessed fixtures like this LED downlight since it requires a cut-out hole. If the hole is too small, the downlight will not fit, and if it’s too big, it’ll fall off. There’s also a chance that the fixture will protrude instead of sitting recessed because you did not consider the fitting’s height and the available ceiling void.
So, remember that this LED downlight is 95mm tall with a 100mm diameter and requires a 90mm cut-out hole.
|Quick Order Code||IGP/TB|
|Cut Out Hole||90mm|