Halo H36LVRTAT Recessed Lighting Can, 3" Low Voltage Non-IC Shallow Airtight Housing - for Remodel

SKU: 166302
Brand: Halo Model: H36LVRTAT Condition: New

Halo H36LVRTAT Recessed Light Cans

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Are you making your home as energy efficient as possible? If so, you might want to take a look at the Halo H36LVRTAT 3" Shallow Ceiling Low Voltage Non-IC Remodel Recessed Housing as your home solution to adequate lighting as well as optimal energy saving efficiency. Because of it’s superior design and technologically advanced AIR-TITE system, this fixture reigns supreme as a leader in home lighting.

The gasket included with the Halo H36LVRTAT installation kit ensures that as this fixture is mounted to your home’s structure, it is secured with airtight precision. No air can escape from your temperature controlled living area, and external air has no way of flowing through the Halo H36LVRTAT’s airtight design.

Pair this fixture with 12V MR16 lamps from Halo to experience the full potential of the Halo H36LVRTAT. Light your room entirely or simply focus a low wattage on a specific area to accent any space perfectly.


  • Non-IC Housing
  • AIR-TITE® housing prevents airflow between attic and living areas
  • Housing can be installed from below the ceiling


  • Dimensions: 13 1/2" L x 13" W x 5 1/4" H, 3 3/4" ceiling opening
  • Housing: AIR-TITE Rated
  • Support: Housing adjusts in plaster frame to accommodate up to 1 1/2" ceiling thickness.
  • Galvanized steel construction

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