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Halo 30WATH Recessed Lighting Trim, 6" Line Voltage Metal Baffle Reflector Trim - White with Clear Reflector
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Divert and amplify your home’s lighting with the Halo 30WATH 6-inch Line Voltage Trim w/ Metal Baffle and Clear Reflector. Not only is this unit a cost effective way to properly disperse light throughout your rooms, but it can also be an energy saver for you! Air can often infiltrate your home in summer or winter months, causing your heating and cooling costs to skyrocket. With the Halo 30WATH, you can be sure that incoming air is blocked to the fullest extent.
Built to work in conjunction with H7ICAT, H7RICAT, H7T, H7ICT and H7RT 6" line voltage recessed housings, this unit is guaranteed to make a noticeable difference in your ambient lighting. It is also designed with a socket supporting trim as a part of its technologically advanced infrastructure.
The torsion spring construction of the Halo 30WATH also allows homeowners to experience perfect lighting at a reasonable cost to your home’s energy bill. By utilizing advanced technology, Halo allows you to keep your energy costs under control without sacrificing functionality.For use with 6" Line Voltage Recessed Housings: • H7ICAT • H7RICAT • H7RICT • H7ICT • H7T • H7RT
- Self flanged socket supporting trim
- Torsion spring construction
- AIR-TITE® installation
- Accepts wide range of lamps
- Trim Finish: White
- Baffle: White
- Reflector Finish: Clear
- Height: 5"(127mm)
- Outer Diameter: 7 1/4"(184mm)
- Fits Housings: H7ICAT, H7RICAT, H7RICT, H7ICT, H7T, and H7RT
- Lamp Type: 40W A19, 65W BR30/PAR38, 75W R30/PAR30/PAR30L, 90W BR40
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- Customer Reviews
Great product - saves you $$
Had an energy audit done and one of the greatest sources of air infiltration was from old can lighting. This product made a noticeable difference not only in the comfort of the home during Winter but also on heating costs too. Reflective material inside also helps to divert and amplify available light.
on 01-07-2011 by djsinColumbus
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