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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

IP65 Fire Rated GU10 Fixed Round Downlight with Polished Chrome Bezel Aurora EN-DLM981X+BZ93PC

IP65 Fire Rated GU10 Fixed Round Downlight with Polished Chrome Bezel Aurora EN-DLM981X+BZ93PC

This is the Aurora EN-DLM981X+BZ93PC Polished Chrome fixed round fire rated IP65 downlight, part of ..

Model: DLM983PC

£10.30 Ex. VAT

IP65 Fire Rated GU10 Fixed Round Downlight with White Bezel Aurora EN-DLM981X+BZ93W

IP65 Fire Rated GU10 Fixed Round Downlight with White Bezel Aurora EN-DLM981X+BZ93W

This is the Aurora EN-DLM981X+BZ93W white fixed round fire rated IP65 downlight, part of the EFD™ PR..

Model: DLM983W

£9.81 Ex. VAT

Luik Eyelid Black Casing IP65 359mm Diameter Surface Mounted (Casing Only), Saxby Lighting 61648

Luik Eyelid Black Casing IP65 359mm Diameter Surface Mounted (Casing Only), Saxby Lighting 61648

This is the Saxby Lighting 61648 Luik robust, slimline bulkhead casing for use with a LED lamp (the ..

Model: 61648

£34.50 Ex. VAT

155mm Cutout IP44 12W 3000K, 4000K, 6500K CCT Switchable LED Round Panel 170mm Diam Non-Dimmable in White ALPHA-CT-12W

155mm Cutout IP44 12W 3000K, 4000K, 6500K CCT Switchable LED Round Panel 170mm Diam Non-Dimmable in White ALPHA-CT-12W

This is the ELD Lighting ALPHA-CT-12W 155mm Cutout IP44 12W 3000K, 4000K, 6500K CCT LED Round Panel ..

Model: LLP155CC

£13.29 Ex. VAT

Renzo S 11W Dual CCT (3000K/4000K) Round Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead 280mm x 100mm for Wall/Ceiling IP44, Megaman 710264

Renzo S 11W Dual CCT (3000K/4000K) Round Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead 280mm x 100mm for Wall/Ceiling IP44, Megaman 710264

This is the Megaman 710264 Renzo S Integrated Modular LED Bulkhead with dual CCT output (3000K / 400..

Model: 710264

£18.31 Ex. VAT

280mm Cutout IP44 24W 3000K/4000K/6500K CCT Switchable LED Round Panel 300mm Diam Non-Dimmable in White ALPHA-CT-24W

280mm Cutout IP44 24W 3000K/4000K/6500K CCT Switchable LED Round Panel 300mm Diam Non-Dimmable in White ALPHA-CT-24W

This is the ELD Lighting ALPHA-CT-24W 210mm Cutout IP44 18W 3000K/4000K/6500K CCT LED Round Pan..

Model: LLP280CC

£21.78 Ex. VAT

ELAN LED Fixed Downlight 8W 4000K 820lm IP65 Dimmable Fire Rated with Brass Bezel with 60 deg Beam ELAN-4K-BR

ELAN LED Fixed Downlight 8W 4000K 820lm IP65 Dimmable Fire Rated with Brass Bezel with 60 deg Beam ELAN-4K-BR

This is the ELAN LED Fixed Downlight 4000K 820lm IP65 Dimmable Fire Rated with 60 degrees Beam Angle..

Model: ELAN4BR

as low as £18.50 Ex. VAT

105mm Cutout IP44 6W 3000K/4000K/6500K CCT Switchable LED Round Panel 120mm Diam Non-Dimmable in White ALPHA-CT-6W

105mm Cutout IP44 6W 3000K/4000K/6500K CCT Switchable LED Round Panel 120mm Diam Non-Dimmable in White ALPHA-CT-6W

This is the ELD Lighting ALPHA-CT-6W 105mm Cutout IP44 6W 3000K/4000K/6500K CCT LED Round Panel 120m..

Model: LLP105CC

£7.90 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

10W IP65 Fire Rated White Baffled Round LED Downlight Dimmable 3000K FossLED IRIS 10W

10W IP65 Fire Rated White Baffled Round LED Downlight Dimmable 3000K FossLED IRIS 10W

This is the FossLED IRIS 10W IP65 Fire Rated White Baffled Round LED Downlight offering 3000K warm w..

Model: SPABAFW

as low as £25.00 Ex. VAT

10W IP65 Fire Rated Black Baffled Round LED Downlight CCT Switchable 2700K/3000K/4000K 610lm FossLED Dimmable

10W IP65 Fire Rated Black Baffled Round LED Downlight CCT Switchable 2700K/3000K/4000K 610lm FossLED Dimmable

This is the FossLED IRIS 10B IP65 Fire Rated Black Baffled Round LED Downlight CCT Switchable 2700K/..

Model: SPABAFB

as low as £25.00 Ex. VAT

IP65 Fire Rated Tiltable LED Downlight 9W 3000K 650lm Dimmable 92mm Cutout 36 deg beam

IP65 Fire Rated Tiltable LED Downlight 9W 3000K 650lm Dimmable 92mm Cutout 36 deg beam

This is the Integral LED ILDLFR92C005 Lux Fire 92mm cut-out IP65 rated and Fire Rated Tiltable LED D..

Model: SPAT3WH

£22.50 Ex. VAT

Renzo 23W Integrated LED Round Bulkhead with Motion Sensor IP44 4000K 2000lm for Wall/Ceiling

Renzo 23W Integrated LED Round Bulkhead with Motion Sensor IP44 4000K 2000lm for Wall/Ceiling

This is the surface mounted integrated round LED bulkhead offering 23W 3000K warm white 2000lm light..

Model: 180242

£55.44 Ex. VAT

IP65 Satin Nickel Tilting Fire Rated LED Downlight 11W 3000K 850lm Dimmable 55 deg Beam 92mm Cutout Integral LED Lux Fire

IP65 Satin Nickel Tilting Fire Rated LED Downlight 11W 3000K 850lm Dimmable 55 deg Beam 92mm Cutout Integral LED Lux Fire

This is the Integral LED ILDLFR92C017 Lux Fire LED downlight in satin nickel - a 92mm cut-out IP65 F..

Model: SPAT3SN

£25.00 Ex. VAT

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It is well known that combining water and electricity is a recipe for disaster, as water is highly conductive. This means the bathroom - where water is in excess use - is possibly the most dangerous room in the house in terms of electrical safety. It is not only the chance of receiving an electric shock that is higher in the bathroom. The consequences are also far more severe in a bathroom or shower room, as wet skin reduces the body’s resistance to shocks. In this article (inspired from the article on Bathroom Safety, via ESF website), we will advise you on how to stay safe using electrical appliances and devices in your bathroom. Electrical safety in the bathroom: electrical installations and sockets Electrical installations in bathrooms must comply with special requirements that are explained in Part P of the UK Building Regulations. We highly recommend that you use an electrician registered with one of the government-approved schemes to carry out electrical installations. 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Electrical Safety in the bathroom: Heaters and towel rails Central heating is the safest way to keep the bathroom warm, and it will also supply heaters and towel rails with electricity. This is a great way to start your day off - by drying yourself down with a warm towel. However, there are some safety precautions you should take before using heaters in the bathroom. Electric and gas water heaters in a bathroom should be fixed and permanently wired. The only exception is if they are powered by a socket fitted three metres from a bath or shower.Buy Electric Towel Rail at Sparks If you have an electric heater, it must also be fixed at a safe distance from the bath or shower. A pull-cord or a switch outside the bathroom is the ideal way to control electric heaters. Once again, this lessens the chance of your wet hand coming into contact with electricity. 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