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Halo H99ICAT 4" Recessed Light Can, AIR-TITE Housing, IC New Construction
The Halo H99ICAT 4” recessed Light can is a 4-inch, line voltage, IC recessed downlight for new construction featuring a small aperture IC AIR-TITE housing that can be used to provide task and accent lighting. With a double wall alumnium construction, the H99ICAT was designed to be used in insulated ceilings where insulation will be in direct contact with the housing. It is an AIR-TITE housing that has been designed to prevent air flow between unconditioned areas and living spaces.
The Halo H99ICAT 4” recessed light can has been designed to be easily installed while still offering the flexibility across a variety of materials and situations. The hanger bars are included and they come with pre-installed nails (self-tapping screws are also available) in special housings that offer smooth, direct penetration into all types of materials such as laminated composites, open-web joist plates, engineered I-joists, as well as frozen lumber.
The Halo H99ICAT 4” recessed light can features automatic leveling flanges that allow the housing to be held securely in place with one hand while you drive the nails in with your other hand. This Halo IC Recessed Housing also includes T-bar clips that can be used when you are installing it into suspended ceiling T-grid systems.
Designed for Incandescent Lighting.
- For Use In insulated Ceilings
- Can Make Direct Contact With Insulation
- AIR-TITE Housing Prevents Airflow Between Living Space and Attic
- Aluminum Construction Housing Dissipates Heat
- Ceiling Opening: 4 3/8 inches diameter
- Height: 5.50 inches
- Length: 12 inches
- Width: 5.25 inches
- Materials: Galvanized Steel Plaster Frame
- Collection: H99
- Voltage: 120 volt
- UL listed for damp location
- One (1) year through the manufacturer
- Customer Reviews
We actually have the Halo H99ICT and know that it has been installed for over 15 years. As long as we use the correct light bulbs, we don't have any issues. When we use the wrong bulbs however, these fixtures can be extremely unforgiving and the bulbs will heat to a very high temperature. Use the correct light bulbs!
on 01-20-2014 by Gloh
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