Slender Exterior Garden & Pathway Luminaire Height 80cm
Symmetrical Light Distribution in Galvanised Finish
Product Ref: 6047From £145.00 inc VAT
Introducing a tall and slim outdoor garden and pathway light designed to guide guests to your doorstep. This modern bollard light comes in a distinctive corten steel finish, known for its unique rust appearance.
Corten steel is a special low alloy steel enriched with copper, phosphorus, nickel, and chromium. This composition enables the steel to form a protective reddish-brown rust layer that guards the metal against further corrosion.
This bollard light is engineered to accommodate a GU10 base mains LED bulb, ensuring longevity and energy efficiency. Replacing the bulb is a straightforward task that any homeowner can easily undertake.
Additionally, the light fixture is compatible with dimmable bulbs, allowing you to adjust the brightness to your liking. You also have the option to choose bulbs with higher luminosity or different colour temperatures to suit your preferences.
A stainless steel base is available to fix the post in soft ground. This is 500mm long.
|Number Of Lamps
|GU10 Base Mains Lamps
|Part L Compliant Luminaire
|Yes - when used with a dimmable lamp (bulb)
|Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection
|Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply
Hi can this light be bolted to a concrete Base
Could you give us an idea of the intensity of light emitted from this lamp, we need to replace lighting around a parking area in front of our house with a space for about 5 cars. We currently have x3 lamps that light this area.
Rather confused. General description gives height of 500mm, the size we need, but then checking on specification it is given as 800mm. Could you please clarifying?
Please can you advise if these are possible to fix into earth as opposed to concrete or paving?
what length of warranty does this light fitting have?
How does this bollard fit into the ground? Is there a suitable spike to go with it?
How many mm is the steel?
How long does it take for this product to reach the rusted state?