The new Halox housing system offers space for new light and sound in concrete ceilings and walls. Its modular, shape-retaining and loadable design provides a secure installation compartment for loudspeakers and luminaires. Round, square or universal front parts ensure that luminaires or loudspeakers up to a ceiling cut-out of 250 mm can be installed. Optional extension rings provide even more space for greater installation depths. The toolless combination entry for M20/M25 conduits is quick to open and can be easily closed again even in the case of inappropriate insertion. It provides secure conduit retention with a depth stop.
The shape-retaining Halox system has a modular design to facilitate installation in cast-in-place concrete. Three housing diameters with a large number of round, square or universal front parts ensure the integration of luminaires and loudspeakers up to an installation diameter of 250 mm, even if architectural concrete is specified. The tunnel optionally integrated in the system provides sufficient space for operating devices such as LED drivers. Optional extension rings enable greater installation depths if and when required.
System suitable for prefabrication
Any deviations in excess of the installation tolerance range that occur during the assembly of panels or slabs can be compensated by the housing dimensions and a variable cut-out size. Reinforcement can be easily routed around the housing owing to its compact dimensions. Extension rings can be fitted on the cast-in-place job site to enlarge the installation compartment of the Halox housing in order to integrate luminaires and loudspeakers that require an installation depth in excess of 110 mm. Openings for M20/M25 conduits are installed on-site in a toolless process without internal conduit shortening.