PU6 Certikin Quick Change Concrete Underwater Light
A revolution in underwater lighting design, the bulb in a PU6 Quick Change Underwater light is held in place by a threaded ring without the need for fixing screws.
This unique design enables speedy maintenance and bulb changing with no special tools required.
For ease of installation the niche can be fitted with a puddle flange (no leak flange) for concrete spas.
It has a low front edge to aid gunite installations and has an adjustable facsia ring to allow variance in tiling and screeding depths.
The light is available in two options Concrete or Liner, the complete light unit i.e. light guts, niche, deck box, cable conduit and transformer
Option of vertical or horizontal 0.75" BSP connections for cable exit from the rear.
Low front edge to aid gunite installation.
Comes with adjustable facsia ring to allow for variance in tiling and screeding depths.
Manufactured from high quality ABS that is resistant to chemicals and UV.
The gland nuts have been ergonomically designed for hand tightening to prevent the gland rubber from being crushed due to over tightening with a spanner.
Facsia ring overlap of 10mm to provide a perfect finish on tiled spas.
Lamp Holder (guts):
Locks into the niche body without screws preventing the guts from floating out of the niche, and making it easier to fit the finishing cover after a bulb change.
Lamp housing has locating points to align the bulb correctly.
A threaded ring holds the lamp in position on a new purpose made gasket. With no screws, nuts or bolts to undo, no tools are required for a quick bulb change.
Available with 3m, 5m and 8m cable lengths (other lengths available on request).
Comes in 300W PAR56 bulb or LED configuration.
Clear protective lens cover fitted as standard.
Optional facsia ring is also available in 316 stainless steel (SPC 4675S)
The beam width of the Par 56 bulbs is 3 metres, so by this spacing the maximum coverage and illumination can be achieved.
This Product has a 1 year warranty on the light housing, but the bulb will have a life expectancy of 800 hours. So if used in a commercial environment where the lights are on for 15 to 18 hours a day the bulb will last on average 48 days.