Recessed Single Circuit Lighting Track
A Discreet Lighting Track with Clean Lines
Product Ref: 6264£75.00 inc VAT
Track lighting started in shop and commercial premises but the flexibility of the system does lend itself well to use in domestic spaces too. Many avoid the use of track because they feel too much product is on view. This track is recessed into your ceiling or wall so blends into the design environment and produces clean lines.
Supplied in 2.0 metre lengths but this track can be cut to the required length for your project with a mitre saw or junior hacksaw. It can also be extended for longer runs.
This is a mains track - no transformer is required and a wide selection of spotlights can be used. Don't forget that track can provide power for a variety of lights meaning you can install spotlights for task lighting and hang pendants over worktop, counters or bars to create the desired lighting effect.
Installation: The track is 55 mm wide. A 35mm cut-out is required with a depth of 40mm to accommodate the fixing clips. This ceiling track can be installed into walls but take care when selecting the types of spotlights to be used - some may be too heavy.
If you would like to use pendants on your recessed track you will require a pendant adapter which can be found here.
Each track will require: Some retaining saddle clips (4 or 5 per length), a live end (power feed) and a dead end.
To view the selection of suitable lamp heads for this track, please click here.
|Suggested Void Depth||40mm|
|Construction||Aluminium - Powder Coated|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Is it possible to change a light on a recessed track?
Also is this designed to be as deep as the ceiling it (doesn't need to go into the joists)?
Will this be compatible with IKEA track lights? Also can you affix to plasterboard and how? Is it glued on?
1. Is the profile a industry standard which will fit other lamps.
2. Is the rage compatible with digital dimmers and dimmable LED GU10.
3. The depth is 18mm - can this be set into a concrete soffit of that size.does it require gaps on any side?