Halo H7RICAT Recessed Lighting Can, 6" Line Voltage IC-Rated Airtight Housing - for Remodel
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Halo H7RICAT 6" Line Voltage AIR-TITE IC Rated Remodel Recessed Housing
Designed for both residential as well as commercial applications, the Halo H7RICAT 6" Line Voltage AIR-TITE IC Rated Remodel Recessed Housing truly is a versatile lighting fixture. Not only does it provide the ability to softly light a wide area with its powerful design, it can also be used to illuminate smaller sections with high intensity. Designed to create a vast array of lighting effects within a single unit, this fixture is a leader in innovation and functionality.
Because it is intended to be used in conjunction with 120V incandescent lamps, the power of this fixture is nearly unmatched by competitors. It’s also backed by its ability to restrict unwanted airflow in homes and commercial buildings were temperature is strictly regulated. The Halo H7RICAT can be applied directly to insulated ceilings, making its installation easy and quick.
This unit comes in black, bronze, copper, white and brushed nickel coloring, making it the perfect choice for installation with existing décor.Elco Compatible Housing Cross Reference Model:
For use with 6" Line Voltage Recessed Trims in:
• Brushed Nickel
Features:• Thermally Protected IC Housing
• AIR-TITE housing prevents airflow between attic and living areas
• Housing may be covered with insulation
• For use with 120V Incandescent lamps
Specifications:• Height: 7 1/2"
• Length: 13-1/4"
• Width: 6-7/8"
• UL/cUL listed for direct contact with insulation and combustible material
• UL/cULlisted for Feed Through
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In my one-storey house, four six-inch potlights are not air-tight, and therefore allow significant amounts of cold attic air into the living space in the winter. Because of renovations, I don't think there is access to the attic above the lights without opening up the ceiling.Is an air-tight, IC-rated, remodel, recessed housing the best option? Can the existing housings be disconnected from below? If not, and we have to find a way into the attic, would using a similar housing for new construction the better option?
The existing recessed cans may be removed, and replaced with air-tight remodeled housings, such as the remodel versions seen here: (click here to view)
A contractor will be able to evaluate the difficulty of the remodel, or if there are limitations during their inspection.
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