Accessories for light tunnels

Accessories for light tunnels

Flashings for light tunnels

SLL Step Flashing

SLL flashing is designed for use with flat roof coverings up to 3/8 inches (10mm) such as asphalt shingles.

 

SLS flashing

SLH High-Profile Flashing

SLH flashing is designed for use with profiled roof coverings up to 3 1/2 inches.

 SLH flashing

 

 

 

Flat Roof System SLP and SFP

 

The flat roof light tunnel system SLP and SFP is used where there is no possibility of using skylights. The SFP base is made of galvanized sheet metal and insulated from the inside with polystyrene.

Flat Roof System SLP and SFP

SFP

Flat Roof System SLP and SFP

SLP

 

Accessories for light tunnels

SLO light kit

The SLO light kit is used as an alternative source of light after dark. It is hardwired and installs inside the tube of the light tunnel. Recommended for use with LED A19 light bulbs. Compatible with conventional light bulbs up to 40 watts.

 

SLO light kit

SLM Flexible Light Tunnel Extension

The SLM flexible extension extends the SLT flexible light tunnel by 4 feet. Each extension includes a connecting ring, adhesive tape, and a 47-inch flexible tube.

 

The SLM extension kit for flexible reflective tubing

SRM Rigid Light Tunnel Extension

The SRM rigid extension extends SRT rigid light tunnels by 2 feet. Each extension includes a connecting ring, adhesive tape, and a 24-inch straight rigid tube.

 

Extension element for SRM rigid tubing

SRK Rigid Elbow

The SRK elbow is for use with the SRT rigid light tunnel and SRM rigid extensions. The elbow changes the angle of the rigid tube between 0 to 65 degrees.

 

SRK elbow

SLC Flexible Hanger

The SLC hanger supports part of the weight of the SLT flexible light tunnel’s tube is longer that
16.4 feet (5m). The brace installs around the tube. Cables that attach to the brace bear the weight of the tube.

 

 

SRC Rigid Hanger

The SRC hanger supports part of the weight of the SRT rigid light tunnel's tube when the tube is longer than 13 feet (4m). The cables support a portion of the weight of the tube.