Concrete installation housing HaloX® (on-site mixed concrete)

HaloX® 250 front parts

HaloX® 250 front parts
Preview: HaloX® 250 front parts
HaloX® 250 front parts
  • 1283-05
  • 920896549
  • 4013456547209
  • Suitable for housings with Art. No. 1283-XX
Ceiling exit (CE) Ø
240 mm
Min. luminaire covering Ø
247 mm
Dispatch
10

Concrete installation housing HaloX® (on-site mixed concrete)

The shape-retaining HaloX® system has a modular design for fitting in on Site mixed concrete. Three housing diameters with a large number of round, square and universal front parts allow the integration of luminaires and loudspeakers up to an installation diameter of 250 mm, including in facing concrete. With a tunnel, the system provides sufficient space for the fitting of operating devices such as LED drivers. Optional extension rings increase the installation depth. All front parts are moisture-repellent and can be positioned exactly and nailed-on even before the first reinforcement is laid. Housings and front parts are firmly and stably latched together and can still be aligned as required afterwards. By means of the toolless,opening technology with M20/M25 combination entry, conduits can be inserted quickly and easily and even if the population is incorrect, the entry can easily be closed again. It provides secure conduit retention with a depth stop, so there is no need for later internal shortening of the conduits. After casting, front parts with a defined installation diameter can be opened with a targeted blow of the hammer. The front parts for universal opening dimensions can be plastered locally or plastered over. Then cut the required installation opening using standard cutting tools e.g. MULTI 4000.

  • For walls and ceilings
  • Housings and front parts are latched together securely and sturdily and can also be aligned later as required
  • All housing sizes are available with and without a tunnel
  • Toolless opening technology for entries M20/M25
  • Optimal thermal management on the basis of maximum surface contact to the concrete
  • Minimal effect on the statics - no cuts to the reinforcement required in the tunnel area

Ceiling installation

Nail the front part onto the formwork. After latching the housing on, it can be turned by 360° for alignment.

Minimal effect on the statics – no additional cuts to the reinforcement in the area of the tunnel as it has a clearance of 40 mm to the formwork.

By using an intermediate ring, the installation depth can be increased above or underneath the housing.

Toolless combination entry of M20/M25 conduits with conduit stop - no later shortening of the conduits.

Sturdy and shape-retaining fitting.

After striking the formwork, open the front part with one hammer blow (e.g. Art. No. 1282-65).

Easy and variable creation of the installation opening in the universal front part with (e.g. Art. No. 1083-10).

When the universal front part (e.g. Art. No. 1281-10) is used, smooth the edge area.

Wall installation

Use nails to fasten the front part to the formwork.

When using the housing with a tunnel, align it vertically downwards.

When installing HaloX® 180/250 in addition use wall installation kit (Art. No. 1299-xx).

Toolless combination entry for conduits M20/M25.

Wall-mounting fixing opposing formwork

For fitting to the opposing formwork, Prefix® installation sets (Art. No. 1299-65) for HaloX® 100 and (Art. No. 1299-66) for HaloX® 180/250 are available as an option.

When fitting HaloX® 180/250, also use wall installation kit (Art. No. 1299-60).

The Prefix® installation clamps can be latched-on on both sides and are suitable for concrete coverings of 20-40 mm...

…and 40-60 mm.

Following pre-fixing by using Prefix® installation clamps, both your hands are free to carry out fast, secure fixing to the reinforcement using tie wires.

Now the housing with conduits M20/M25 can be populated – no tools necessary.

Concrete cover after installation with catch mechanism Prefix® installation clamps for 20-40 mm concrete covering.

Concrete covering after installation with catch mechanism Prefix® installation clamps for concrete covering 40-60 mm.

Wall luminaire installation

The concreting process can start after positioning of the opposing formwork.

After striking the formwork, open the front part with one hammer blow (e.g. Art. No. 1282-65).

Easy and variable cutting of the installation opening in the universal front part (e.g. with Art. No. 1089-00).

If a universal front part (e.g. Art. No. 1281-10) is used, apply plaster as necessary.

Processing information: Variants | front parts | facing concrete

Front parts with defined exit sizes are available for all housing sizes, including for facing concrete. Styrofoam mouldings are available for individual installation openings in almost any shape; universal mouldings are suitable for variable or as-yet-undefined ceiling exits.

Round front parts with and without elastomer seal.

Square front parts with and without elastomer seal.

Styrofoam mouldings for individual cut-outs in any shape and size (with and without elastomer seal).

Universal front parts for variable or as-yet-undefined ceiling cut-outs.

Position/alignment and wall installation

Position and aligning

The snap-in front parts permit a change to the position of the tunnel after nailing.

Wall installation

For wall installation (housing Ø 180 and Ø 250), use installation set for inner-side support in order to guarantee the secure installation compartment.

Extension rings

Intermediate rings are available to enlarge the installation compartment

HaloX® Ø 100: front-side extension 25 or 50 mm (Art. No. 1281-21, -25, -50).

HaloX® Ø 180: front-side extension 25 or 50 mm (Art. No. 1282-25, -50)

HaloX® Ø 180: rear-side extension 25 or 50 mm (Art. No. 1282-25, -50)

HaloX® Ø 250: extension 25 or 50 mm front or rear (Art. No. 1283-25, -50)

Product data sheet

HaloX® 250 front parts

Order number: 1283-05

Download
Leaflets

System overview of HaloX®

1 MB | 2018-02-02

Instruction

Installation housing HaloX® 180 / 250 for on-site mixed concrete

Assembly instructions

1.8 MB | 2018-01-29