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#153692 11/02/03 11:49 PM
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Has anyone used these?
[Linked Image from ezbarrier.net]
[Linked Image from ezbarrier.net]

They look like they would save a lot of time and headach on rateed ceilings. I didn't check the cost of them to see how effective they are.

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#153693 11/04/03 09:24 PM
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Ryan, I have not used these but, what is the structure, a temporary walk way?

Roger

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Roger, I'm not sure what the structure is, I just got the picture from the manufacturer's site.

I think they would be much nicer than building a 5/8 type X gypsum board box around them and fire caulking or taping the joints though.


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#153695 11/05/03 12:34 AM
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I'm wondering how they get wired?

The website says they come with knockouts and also that they're airtight?

Bill


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#153696 11/11/03 09:56 PM
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I have used something similar. They are airtight and have a thermal cut-out switch. If go over wattage on the lamp, they cycle on and off.

#153697 12/27/04 03:42 PM
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Ryan,

Can you point me to the manufacturer of these? Thanks

#153698 12/27/04 06:33 PM
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You bet. Their web site is: http://www.ezbarrier.net


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#153699 12/27/04 07:49 PM
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w ejust completed a job were the gc had to build gypsum boxes for 10 recessed. he would have been a happier camper if we had these

#153700 12/27/04 09:53 PM
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Thanks again Ryan.

Kelly, I'll find out how much they want for these and let you know how happy that camper would have been.

Any other ideas on a good way to get a fire rating on cans? The only fire rated cans I could find were Prescolite 5" with the fire box already built on it, Kind of like an IC2 (juno) but instead of AL box, drywall. They wanted $130 for those. I'll post a price for the EZbarrier when I get it.

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#153701 12/28/04 10:31 AM
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I typically see the installer (or sheetrock guy) build a box around the lights with 5/8" type X gyp board.


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