Built-in Down Light Support Box and Application System

    No Mess - No Fuss

  • Multiple or Single Transformers per unit
  • Supports 240v GU10 and standard 12v dichroic globes
  • Can be completely covered by Insulation or Concrete
  • Perfect for Audio Speakers

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This specially designed Down Light Support Box, which only weighs 200 grams and is made from "Nylon 6" and 30% glass, will withstand temperatures up to 130 degrees Celsius

Designed to hold the DownLight, Globe and Transformer whithin one system while insulating the transformer from the heat of the globe in the side compartment

By removing the specially marked diameter rings, this Support Box can accommodate downlights from 50 mm to 103 mm in diameter

Mounting Points, used as a template and for securing the Support Box, can also be cuts to to the same height as the diameter rings
If the Down Light to be installed is particularly deep, the cover of the Support Box can be raised, thus giving you an extra 30mm of space

For concrete installations, where the thickness of the concrete ceiling is limited, the Support Box height can be reduced to a minimum of 70mm by cutting the upper ridge.

    With its unique closed design, the Support Box can be completely covered by insulation or concrete while still allowing access to the downlight and transformer via the bottom opening

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Using the Applicator Tool to install the Support Box into a ready made cavity


Insert the Applicator Rod into the Support Box and turn to lock into position.
Slide Tripod up the Applicator Rod and tighten the locking knob.

Hold the assembled Applicator Tool against the unplastered ceiling and fasten through the slots provided in the 3 tripod arms.

The off-setting ends of the tripod arms enables you to position the Support Box exactly 1cm from the unplastered ceiling, leaving enough space for subsequent plastering or gyprock.

Time can be saved by using multiple Applicator Tools at once.

The Support Box can be fixed into the cavity using commercial glues, polyurethane foam or any other quick drying cements.