Recessed Heat Lamp install

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Old 06-27-04, 11:37 PM
Billinaz
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Recessed Heat Lamp install

I had someone install heat lamps in 2 bathrooms for me.

They are Marked Cooper H37T-401

The Cooper website does not give much information on it, Im just trying to confirm that this unit is OK for contact with the blown in insulation in my ceiling.....ther eis no way to keep it from contact with the lights...


Anyone have any info?
 
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Old 06-28-04, 07:32 AM
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All of the recessed fixtures I've seen from Cooper that allow insulation contact have an "IC" in the model number. There is no "IC" in the model number you provided. But I'm inclined to challenge your assertion that there is no way to prevent the contact.
 
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Old 06-29-04, 07:25 PM
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From Billinaz:
I had someone install heat lamps in 2 bathrooms for me. They are Marked Cooper H37T-401. The Cooper website does not give much information on it, Im just trying to confirm that this unit is OK for contact with the blown in insulation in my ceiling.....there is no way to keep it from contact with the lights...
Sorry, but the H37T is not approved for insulation contact. If it was, it would be labeled H37ICT.
 
 

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