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Tenmat FF130-E Draft Stop Covers for Recessed Lighting

4.5
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  • Thermally tested according to UL 1598 for usage with IC and Non-IC rated lights
  • Saves energy by eliminating draft through your recessed light fixture
  • Keeps flammable insulation at a safe distance from hot recessed lights
  • Easy to fit - No assembly required
  • Made out of fire resistant mineral wool

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Customer Reviews

Quality made, easy to install Used nine of these to cover recessed LED lights in the attic. Although the lights claimed to be OK to be installed for direct contact with insulation, I have noticed that on very cold nights in the morning there was some condensation on and around the lights in the room. I bought these covers and installed them over the lights. Covered everything with insulation and next cold night there was no condensation on the lights whatsoever. These covers fit nicely even in tight spots and can take quite a bit of abuse while you fitting them in tight to reach spaces. I would recommend these covers to anyone. 5Easy to place I added insulation to our attic to try to reduce our gas bill. We had some non-IC can lights which needed covering. Most of them I covered with Insullite boxes, because they're cheaper. But where the cans were harder to cover due to cramped space/difficult access I used these. They are much easier to work with. They're soft and moldable, but stiff enough to not collapse. They are surprisingly easy to cut with scissors for fitting around wires, etc. and maintain their overall shape. In other words, the cut areas sprang back together even when the Tenmat cover was squished a little. I'm a little concerned because at 9" high, they are only 2" over the can lights, which are 7" tall. But I've got CFLs in everything, so I don't think we're generating much heat. And you might want to know that metal foil tape does not adhere to these very well. But the Tenmat covers stay in place pretty well on their own. 5Easy to install "if" the electrician installed to light correctly Easy to install "if" the electrician installed to light correctly. However, some "cans" (like mine) might be right against the ceiling joist which makes it a real pain. Not impossible, but a lot of custom cutting required.P.S. I feel there's a paradigm when talking about insulation touching non-IC rated lights. I replaced the old 65W incandescent bulbs with equivalent 11W LED's. The heat difference is substantial. I can leave these LED's on for hours, and change the bulb without even turning it off. They are warm, but not hot to the touch. I've had no problems with any kind of insulating around recessed lights as long as I got rid of the incandescent bulbs. . 4Easy to install if you have the height These things are an amazing solution to prevent heat loss from unsealed recessed lighting cans.Now before you start staring wishfully at your ceiling you should appreciate that the ceiling needs to be removed and you must have sufficient joist depth above the cans.In my case I have 18" bar joists and was replacing an entire plasterboard ceiling that had been damaged by a leaky roof. These light covers meant I didn't have to replace a half dozen Halo cans to reinstall a tight well insulated ceiling.These covers install remarkably easily. They can be seriously distorted to squash them through tight spaces and still count on them springing open to surround the can -- almost like a thick felt hat The covers are very hard to tear but lend themselves easily to the necessary notching or slitting with a sharp knife.Apart from needing sufficient space over the cans to fit the cover in, there are a few limitations that might interest you:1. These covers retain heat so ditch the filament light bulbs in favor of CFL or LED -- or you run the risk of melting wiring in the can.2. Wear eye protection -- preferably goggles. While it's never fun working around insulation, these things seem to shed a fine dust that's a particularly nasty eye irritant. It got behind my conventional safety glasses. Things went smoothly once I washed my eyes and put on a set of goggles with good side protection.3. Oh yeah, each cover comes in its own plastic bag, The bags are a good size for debris but they have air vent holes that can become maddening leaks for things like sawdust and plaster dust. (Hey, these covers are so good that I'm reaching for even the most trivial "negative"...)All-in-all this is a wonderful well thought out product.Win Wiencke 5simple, fast, and clean Exactly what I was looking for. I saved a ton of money buying and installing a non-ic type recess light. See my other reviews for them, they worked beautifully. Originally I tried to make shift something and it was okay, but looked ugly. When I found this product I was thrilled to try them out. Installation takes about 3 minutes. I stapled down my Romex and swept the area around the light clean. Put the cover on much like a BBQ weber dome. Pulled the installation loose fill up to the covers and your done. Looks great and no more worries.This is not an air tight cover. However if you are looking for air tight, you need to install air tight lighting in the first place. Once these are installed over the lights and resting cleanly on your ceilings drywall and buried in installation, very little air can egress.I will be purchasing another 12 or so (I think) to finish out the rest of the lights. 5I guess they work I haven't checked my air infiltration or heat loss with a thermal camera since I put them on but I imagine given how they are made they'll help, at least some. I have about 25 can lights in my ceilings in my small home all of them IC rated. If you've ever put some in even though they are rated for direct insulation contact they are far from airtight. I was hoping this would help in that regard as well as help to keep dust from the attic insulation from filtering down into the house.My attic has very limited headroom with a maximum of 50" at the peak. That means at the eaves you have almost nothing. The lights close to the eaves were all "old work" installs and so they were put in from the bottom. Access to them is difficult. First issue is there has to be an opening for the wiring. That's not a terrible problem, just make a slit and direct the wires through, then seal the slit with fire block foam in a can. Likewise, sealing them to the ceiling was pretty easy with the foam.Where the problem comes in is when you have a light right beside a ceiling joist and don't have room to set these over the light. In that case I had to cut out a "notch" to put them on which takes more sealing. I used a lot of sealant in a can (Great Stuff fire blocking). I don't remember how much, probably an average of 1/2 can per light or more, but I had several with the above mentioned joist clearance problem.One final thing, I have two surround speakers in my ceiling of my living room. I did not want to blow insulation directly over them even though the manufacturer said I could, so I used these to cover each of them as well and then blew insulation right over the top while keeping an enclosed air space over my speakers. For that purpose they worked very well.Because of my access issues I have 3 lights that I just can't get these on so when I'm done with all of my projects I'll get my thermal camera and see how much difference they make and, if I remember, I'll post the results. 4Best thing ever. Work great to seal can lights or any fixtures in the attic. No more hot air pouring in ths lighs in our house. Just cut to fix the fixture to make a good seal. 5Important info not listed on product description These covers are easy to install. The difficulty is not in the product, but sometimes how your light cans are installed. Sometimes the light unit is close to the truss and you have to cut the cover to get it to fit. Because of this, a couple of my covers are touching the light cans. I'm not sure if this is a fire hazard or not.It is more important for me to note that the product description does not state what is on the sheet of paper that comes in the box. It says, "Do not use with energy inefficient light bulbs!" And, "use with lamp types and wattage as recommended by the light manufacturer or Tenmat, whichever is lower, in order to avoid thermal overload." Tenmat then lists the following maximums: Compact fluorescent lamps 120V: 13W, 18W, 26W, 32W; Directional lamps: 65W, BR30; 90W, PAR 38; LED lamps 120V, 18W, PAR38. These statements should be included on the product description so that customers know this before they purchase. The product deserves a 5 star rating except for the lack of the above information on the product description.It is actually safer and cheaper to buy IC-rated can lights to replace the non-rated lights if you can install them yourself. But installing new can lights will also require a bit more of your time.I had attic insulation blown in after I install the can light covers. The installer was impressed with the covers and stated that I had saved money compared to what they would have done. He would have crafted something to go over the lights. 4Big I didn't pay attention when I bought these. They are much bigger than I thought they were going to be. I believe they will work, but I can't use them because there is not enough space in my attic to place them correctly over the lights. 4These work great but need to be sealed with fireproof foam to ... These work great but need to be sealed with fireproof foam to be truly effective. The price of one of these is about the same price as a new IC rated and air-tight light fixture from your local Home Depot or Lowes. If you can replace a light yourself I would recommend that instead of using one of these covers. These are great in cases when you can't easily replace the light. 4
Tenmat FF130-E Draft Stop Covers for Recessed Lighting

Tenmat FF130-E Draft Stop Covers for Recessed Lighting

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€153,00
Sale price
€153,00
Regular price
€252,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€99,00)