2004ICVN 3.75 Inch New Construction Airtight IC Housing
Trim Finish: Aluminum
Dimensions: 12.25"L x 7.25"H x 10.375"W
UL, Damp Location, Airtight
2004ICVN 3 inch new construction low voltage airtight IC housing is rated for direct contact with insulation, and features nails in place of screws. Fully gasketed to minimize air leakage and reduce energy loss. Magnetic transformer is mounted inside housing for easy access. Pre-installed mounting screws are standard. AirSeal housing minimizes air leak-age to less than 2 CFM. Mounting frame accommodates ceilings up to 1 thick. 3/8 deep integral lip. Locks into position along length of mounting bars with locking screw and bendable slot. Four slots are positioned 90 apart to simplify alignment. Push-in/twist-out roto-clips hold reflector flush to ceiling. Lamp ratings based on trim selected, sold separately.
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