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Ip-rating-for-kitchen-ceiling-lights, ratings for kitchens it's sensible to use a minimum of ip20 ratings in the kitchen to avoid steam generated moisture, condensation or water drips. if the fitting is going to be somewhere it will likely see heavier moisture exposure, ip44 or above may be more suitable.. The ip rating is an international standard that tells you how resistant a device is to solids and liquids. as applied to lights, the first digit defines protection from dust, and the second digit defines protection from water.. ip00 - no protection from objects, no protection from rain; ip01 - no protection from objects, protection from vertical light rain, however you should consider a light fitting with an ip rating of at least ip20+ in these areas. for bathroom ceilings outside of the zones we suggest an ip rating of ip65. in addition to the above, if there is a likelihood of water jets being used for cleaning purposes then a fitting rated with a minimum of ip65 must be used..

Information about ip ratings and ip ratings tables for lighting. lights2you are lighting specialists., ambient lighting is the base layer that makes a room usable. as in other rooms, this is generally lighting that originates from the ceiling. recessed lighting is the current reigning trend, but you can also look to flushmount fixtures or even track or rail systems..

Hi dani4772 yes it's perfectly safe to use ip20 lights in a kitchen. although a minimum of ipx4 is required in the bathroom side if the lights fall within zones 1 and 2 answered 29th aug 2017 like 3 liked by the question poster