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Minima Round IP65 Fire Rated Fixed LED Downlight in Matt White 6.1W 2700K Dimmable, Astro 1249023

Minima Round IP65 Fire Rated Fixed LED Downlight in Matt White 6.1W 2700K Dimmable, Astro 1249023

This is the Astro Lighting 1249023 - the Minima Round IP65 Fire-Rated LED, a non-tilting recessed fi..

Model: AX5822

£65.65 Ex. VAT

Taro Round Adjustable Fire-Rated Downlight in Matt White using 1x 6W  LED GU10 Dimmable IP20, Astro 1240028

Taro Round Adjustable Fire-Rated Downlight in Matt White using 1x 6W LED GU10 Dimmable IP20, Astro 1240028

This fitting is the Astro Lighting Taro Round Adjustable Fire-Rated with an adjustable round spotlig..

Model: AX5676

£21.45 Ex. VAT

Taro Round Adjustable Downlight in Matt White using a GU10 dimmable IP20 rated, Astro 1240015

Taro Round Adjustable Downlight in Matt White using a GU10 dimmable IP20 rated, Astro 1240015

This fitting is the Astro Lighting 5641 Taro round downlight with an adjustable round spotlight comi..

Model: AX5641

£8.96 Ex. VAT

Taro Square Adjustable Downlight in Matt White using 1 x 50W max GU10 (dimmable) IP20, Astro 1240016

Taro Square Adjustable Downlight in Matt White using 1 x 50W max GU10 (dimmable) IP20, Astro 1240016

This fitting is the Astro Lighting Square downlight with an adjustable round spotlight coming in mat..

Model: AX5642

£9.07 Ex. VAT

Taro Twin Fire Rated Adjustable Downlight in Matt White using 2 x GU10 max. 50W IP20, Astro 1240032

Taro Twin Fire Rated Adjustable Downlight in Matt White using 2 x GU10 max. 50W IP20, Astro 1240032

This is the Astro Lighting Taro Twin Fire-Rated Adjustable ceiling recessed light in a matt white fi..

Model: AX5710

£42.25 Ex. VAT

Taro Round Fire Rated Fixed Downlight in Matt White using 1 x GU10 50W IP20 Dimmable, Astro 1240024

Taro Round Fire Rated Fixed Downlight in Matt White using 1 x GU10 50W IP20 Dimmable, Astro 1240024

This is the Astro Lighting Taro round downlight, fixed (non-tilting), a fire rated recessed fitting,..

Model: AX5672

£20.80 Ex. VAT

Taro Square Fire Rated Fixed Downlight in Matt White using 1 x GU10 50W IP20 Dimmable, Astro 1240026

Taro Square Fire Rated Fixed Downlight in Matt White using 1 x GU10 50W IP20 Dimmable, Astro 1240026

This is the Astro Lighting Taro 5674 square downlight, fixed (non-tilting), a fire rated recessed fi..

Model: AX5674

£20.80 Ex. VAT

Taro Round Fixed Downlight in Matt White using 1 x GU10 max. 50W Dimmable IP20 rated, Astro 1240013

Taro Round Fixed Downlight in Matt White using 1 x GU10 max. 50W Dimmable IP20 rated, Astro 1240013

This is the Astro Lighting Taro 5639 fixed round recessed downlight, a matt white fitting ideal for ..

Model: AX5639

£9.00 Ex. VAT

Taro Square Adjustable Fire Rated Downlight in Matt White 1 x GU10 max. 50W IP20 Dimmable, Astro 1240030

Taro Square Adjustable Fire Rated Downlight in Matt White 1 x GU10 max. 50W IP20 Dimmable, Astro 1240030

This is the Astro Lighting Taro square adjustable recessed downlight (fire rated) using a 50W GU10 l..

Model: AX5678

£21.45 Ex. VAT

Minima Square IP65 Fixed Downlight in Matt White 76mm Cutout using GU10 max. 50W, Astro 1249018

Minima Square IP65 Fixed Downlight in Matt White 76mm Cutout using GU10 max. 50W, Astro 1249018

This is the Astro Lighting 5794 Minima square ceiling downlight (1249018) - non-tilting recessed fit..

Model: AX5794

£14.30 Ex. VAT

Minima Round IP65 GU10 Fixed Downlight in Matt Black 76mm Cutout Recessed Ceiling Light, Astro 1249017

Minima Round IP65 GU10 Fixed Downlight in Matt Black 76mm Cutout Recessed Ceiling Light, Astro 1249017

This is the Astro Lighting 5793 Minima round ceiling downlight (1249017) - non-tilting recessed fitt..

Model: AX5793

£14.30 Ex. VAT

Minima Matt Black Round Fixed Downlight 76mm Cutout IP20 using GU10 max. 50W, Astro 1249015

Minima Matt Black Round Fixed Downlight 76mm Cutout IP20 using GU10 max. 50W, Astro 1249015

This is the Astro Lighting Minima round recessed light (1249015) - 230V GU10 slim trim downlight for..

Model: AX5791

£11.05 Ex. VAT

Blanco Round Adjustable Downlight in White Plaster IP20 using a GU10 max. 50W Dimmable, Astro 1253005

Blanco Round Adjustable Downlight in White Plaster IP20 using a GU10 max. 50W Dimmable, Astro 1253005

This is the Astro Lighting Blanco 7343 plastered-in single round downlight in a plaster finish (1253..

Model: AX7343

£44.20 Ex. VAT

Blanco Square Adjustable Downlight in White Plaster IP20 using GU10 max. 50W Dimmable, Astro 1253007

Blanco Square Adjustable Downlight in White Plaster IP20 using GU10 max. 50W Dimmable, Astro 1253007

This is the Astro Lighting Blanco 7345 plastered-in single square downlight in white plaster (SKU 12..

Model: AX7345

£44.20 Ex. VAT

Blanco Twin Adjustable Downlight in White Plaster 2 x GU10 Lamps Dimmable (Paintable), Astro 1253006

Blanco Twin Adjustable Downlight in White Plaster 2 x GU10 Lamps Dimmable (Paintable), Astro 1253006

This is the Astro Lighting Blanco plastered-in twin downlight in white plaster, ideal for installati..

Model: AX7344

£63.70 Ex. VAT

Void Round 55 LED Downlight IP65 Fire Rated 25deg Beam 6.8W 2700K Matt White 501lm Dimmable Astro 1392004

Void Round 55 LED Downlight IP65 Fire Rated 25deg Beam 6.8W 2700K Matt White 501lm Dimmable Astro 1392004

This is the Astro Lighting 5777 Void 55 downlight in matt white, a fire rated (up to 90mins) and IP6..

Model: AX5775

£76.00 Ex. VAT

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Trimless downlights from Astro - discreet ceiling lights for ambient lighting

If you are looking for discreet downlights that provide ambient lighting and fire-rated safety, look no further than Astro Lighting Trimless Downlights collection. All of the lights in this range have a subtle white finish and can be plastered into the ceiling to provide light - without attracting undue attention. So if you want to replaster your ceiling or are about to build a house, why not consider these trimless downlights to be plastered in. The lights comply with the British Standards BS 476 Part 21 test for fire resistance (load-bearing elements) as well as meeting the following building regulations: Part B - Fire Safety, Part C - Moisture Protection, Part E - Acoustic Rating. Most of the lamps in this range are compatible with LED lights, and run on low voltage levels which make them eco-efficient as well as safe! Astro Trimless 12V Downlight This fire-rated downlight operates on a low voltage of 12V and will fit discreetly into any ceiling in your home. The purpose of a fire-rated downlight is to ensure that there are no weak spots in your ceiling so they maintain the integrity of a building’s structure, to prevent collapse. This means that safety is a huge benefit that comes with owning this light. The Trimless 12V is ideal for ceiling mounting, in particular before the ceiling is plastered, as it will fit in seamlessly once the plastering is complete. It has small dimensions, being only 79mm in diameter and 115mm in depth. It houses a single 50W Max GU5.3 bulb, which is not included. Its high IP65 rating means it can be installed in bathroom zones 1-3, which includes wet areas such as above the shower. What’s more, it is dimmable and uses a low voltage control gear. This means it can provide ambient lighting particularly in the bathroom or the shower; you could have a shower in gentle low light in the morning as you wake up, for example. Astro Trimless Round Downlight The Trimless Round downlight is a recessed round downlight and is 90 minute fire-rated, for the user’s safety. The 90 minutes given is the maximum time that a fitting of this kind can last before collapsing during a fire- it should be enough time for you to get to safety. The light used is a 6W LED GU10 (not included), which makes it a highly energy-efficient device. We sell a dimmable GU LED lights for a low cost here at Sparks, which is compatible with the Trimless range. This recessed fitting has a depth of 150mm and is small with a size of 79mm (diameter) by 115mm (depth). It is ideal for fitting in plaster ceilings due to its matt white finish; however, the fixture must be installed before you start plastering. With its white finish and IP65 rating, the Trimless Round downlight is a natural candidate for installation in zones 1-3 of a bathroom. The glass diffuser in this fitting ensures a glare-free, even spread of light while the trim-free design gives this light a very smooth aesthetic. Like the 12V, this fitting is dimmable for your convenience. There is an adjustable variant of the Round, with a 40-degree beam angle (approx), which allows you to direct the 2700K of warm white light wherever it is most needed.Buy Astro Trimless Recessed Lights Astro Trimless Square Downlight The Trimless Square Ceiling recessed downlight is finished in white. It should be placed before you have your ceiling plastered. Once it has been fitted, plaster the ceiling up to the edge of the light - this will give it a discreet and sleek appearance. This square fitting measures 90mm (height) by 90mm (width), with a recess depth of 150mm. Like other lights in the Trimless range, it is entirely unassuming with its small size and white finish. The Trimless Square is IP65 rated, making it suitable for bathroom zones 1-3; this downlight is ideal for bathrooms, bedrooms and living rooms. They would also look fantastic running along a hallway and staircase in a series. Like the other lights in this collection, this light is also fire-rated for your protection. Astro Trimless Twin Downlight The Twin trimless downlight features two tilting lamps, each 6W Max LED GU10 (not included). The fitting is 90 minute fire-rated and recessed - it is best applied for fitting in plaster ceilings (it must be installed before plastering). With dimensions of 208mm (height) x 104mm (width) x 162mm (depth) this is the largest light in Astro’s Trimless collection. The minimalist interior ceiling light is suitable for bathroom zone 3 with an IP rating of IP20: it looks great when placed in a hallway, dining room or living room.Buy Astro Trimless Downlights The two lights have a complete rotational angle of 360 degrees along with a tilt angle of 35 degrees. Their versatility is perfect when you wish to draw attention to important spots in your home - the staircase in your main hall for instance. This modern range of recessed lights designed by Astro Lighting offers a stylish lighting solution without the fittings themselves being noticeable to the bare eye. The fact that the lights need to be fitted before the ceiling is plastered ensures that they are unintrusive. The Trimless range are unobtrusive, fire-rated ad eco-friendly - Astro has made a noteworthy achievement in the field of recessed downlights. Get them now if you want downlights that provide peace of mind - as well as smooth dimmable lighting.

Downlights: FAQ and Electrical Safety on Installing / Checking Downlights

Downlights are a lovely way to brighten up your home. They are often small and recessed, making them convenient to place in any part of your home that you feel is a little too dim. However, poorly installed downlights are the cause of a substantial number of fires in homes every year. The rise in popularity of LED lights has led to many people attempting to replace their old recessed ceiling lights themselves. DIY can always be risky, especially when you are handling electronics. Sparks advises you seek the help of a registered electrician to do this particular job. In this article, Sparks will take you through how to safely replace downlights and achieve bright energy-efficient lighting anywhere across your home. What is a downlight, and what are the different kinds? Downlights are a type of recessed luminaire. They are installed in hollow openings, usually in ceilings, as they cast their light downwards. Having a light fixture installed in a hollow recess makes the light appear to be part of the ceiling itself. This is opposed to suspended or wall lights which will hang down, or stay separate from the ceiling. Downlights operate at mains voltage (230 Volts) or are powered by a transformer at low voltage (12 Volts). These low-voltage lights are often given the acronym Extra-Low Voltage (ELV) or Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV). At Sparks, we have a wide range of low-voltage downlights, many of which also have a high IP rating for mounting in the bathroom or shower. ‘Fire rated’ (FR) downlights have built-in fire protection that seals the downlight if a fire breaks out in the room below. This will stop - or hinder - the spread of fire and smoke into other areas. The trusted Electrical Safety First (ESF) recommends the use of Fire Rated downlights, for any installation. They also advise that they are fitted with aluminum reflector lamps to ensure fire and excessive heat is kept out of any gaps.Buy Fixed Downlights at Sparks Questions you may have about Fire-Rated downlights This Fire Rated Void Round 80 LED Downlight can be purchased from this list here.What’s the purpose of a fire-rated downlight?The purpose of a Fire Rated downlight is to ensure that there are no weak spots in your ceiling. This ensures that the integrity of the structure of a building is maintained in all areas.When and where should FR downlights be fitted?They are most often fitted by designers in avenues of escape, for instance, hallways. Fire Rated downlights must always match the fire rating standard of the structure they are fitted on to. The rare exception is with false ceilings i.e. in open plan offices.How is downlight quality and effectiveness tested?A responsible manufacturer will seek to have their products constructed to meet certain test criteria, and pass very stringent live fire tests. These tests are set by the British Standards Organisation or their equivalent European tests, and they must receive a ‘pass’ certificate.Astro Lighting Void Round DownlightsThinking of installing new downlights? Here are some Safety Tips Sparks would encourage you to use a registered electrician to install your downlighters. You should keep the manufacturer's instructions for your new downlights in a safe place for future reference. Here is a brief list of other steps to follow when installing downlights: Thoroughly read and follow the manufacturer's instructions. Always ensure your mains-powered electricity is switched off before changing the lamp. Look at the packaging and the downlighter for details of the correct replacement lamps. Do not exceed the maximum number of wattage allowed. Don't fit a cool beam (or ‘dichroic’) reflector lamp unless the downlight is specifically designed for use with that lamp type. If in any doubt, just fit them with standard aluminium reflector lamps. Check to see that the lamp holder is not damaged, scorched, or corroded. If it is, then do not fit the lamp and seek help from a registered electrician. Checking your existing downlights: Safety tips If you just want to check that the downlights you are currently using are safe, you can take the following steps: Look for visible markings on downlights which indicate lamp wattage and lamp type. Check the recessed ceiling lights and their surroundings for signs of discoloration or scorching caused by overheating. Make sure that downlights installed in floor and ceiling cavities have enough space around them. Ensure that downlights are not in close proximity of loft insulation or other combustible materials. Check that your downlights are not placed near furniture, curtains or similar flammable items. Make sure you haven’t fitted ‘dichroic’ lamps in lamp holders designed for use with aluminum reflector lamps. If you have, then replace them with the correct type. We hope this guide has given you comprehensive information on how to safely handle your downlights. This applies to instances where you are replacing them, or simply checking that the ones you have installed are safe.