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Tenmat

Model # FF130E

Internet # 204286308

Store SKU # 1000012747

Recessed Light Cover

$14.97 /each
  • Protects light fixtures
  • Prevents air leakage
  • Recessed Light Cover

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Product Overview

The Tenmat FF130E Recessed Light Cover is made out of a fire safe material and was specifically designed to protect your light fixture from insulation in the attic and to stop unwanted air leakage through your recessed light. The FF130E has been fire and thermally tested in accordance with UL1598 and IEC 60598-1 and can be used with IC, as well as Non-IC rated recessed lights (See installation instructions for maximum lamp wattage and types). Most recessed lights are not compatible with insulation and oftentimes start cycling on/off after they have been buried with cellulose, foam, fiberglass, etc. The lights' malfunction is a concern and a safety hazard. Pushing the insulation away is not an effective solution since it creates air passages in the building envelope and wastes energy. According to the department of energy, recessed lights account for 50% of the total thermal losses of a ceiling. Tenmat, the leading manufacturer of high temperature engineering materials and fire protection components for recessed lights specifically developed the FF130E Recessed Light Cover to solve this problem and protect lights from insulation while simultaneously allowing the insulation to be continuous and uninterrupted over the whole area of the ceiling. Due to this improved air tightness and insulation, Tenmat users experience significant energy savings, noise reduction and draft reduction. The FF130E covers are fit within seconds and do not require any assembly or special tools.

  • Thermally tested according to UL 1598 for usage with IC and non-IC rated lights
  • Fire tested in accordance with IEC 60598-1
  • Saves energy by eliminating draft through your recessed light fixture
  • Keeps flammable insulation at a safe distance from hot recessed lights
  • Easy to fit - no assembly required
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14 

Details

Insulation Type 
Accessory 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Warranty Information 
TENMAT - CONDITIONS OF SALE The company will replace or at its option repair free of charge or refund the price of any goods in which defects soley attributable to faulty manufacture or materials appear within six months of delivery. Conditions attache 

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Are these recessed light covers one hour fire rated?

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February 15, 2016
I am installing LED slim surface mounts (9-12 watts) but I don't have 9 inches of clearance. I have 7 3/4 inches and I want to also put in 3 inches of Roxul Safe and Sound insulation for deadening the sound between floors. Will this work in this situation? My LED lights need 1 1/2 - 2 inches of clearance.
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These are NOT 1 hr fire rated. If you look them up on the website, Tenmat advises using some of their other fire rated products for this application. This is simply a recessed light draft-stop cover. Please read the Manufacturer's website:
http://www.tenmatusa.com/insulation-protection-covers/ff130e-recessed-light-draft-stop-cover/
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These are NOT 1 hr fire rated. If you look them up on the website, Tenmat advises using some of their other fire rated products for this application. This is simply a recessed light draft-stop cover. Please read the Manufacturer's website:
http://www.tenmatusa.com/insulation-protection-covers/ff130e-recessed-light-draft-stop-cover/
Who ever answered this question that it was fire rated should do some research before talking about products they do not understand. Read Less
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February 17, 2016
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Yes, they are fire rated.
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R-Value

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February 3, 2016
Perhaps I've overlooked it, but does this product have a R-Value?
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June 18, 2016
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The purpose of these is to cover your recessed light housing so that you can then put insulation over it like the rest of your attic floor.
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February 9, 2016
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The cover does not have an R value.
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what if the my lights are off centered between the beams?

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January 15, 2016
as a result these light covers wont be "centered" on the lights, and my non-ic lights will be within 1-2 inches of one side of this tenmat cover. is that ok/safe?
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February 22, 2016
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First and foremost Look inside your can light... does it have a large orange sticker ASTM 283 e If it does and you use an LED trim that also has the same rating If so roll your regular Insulation right up to it.also If it has a title 24 sticker IT means it was tested to the highest air penetration level and this ridiculous product Known as TENMAT would not be needed ,The times you absolutely need it is Read More
First and foremost Look inside your can light... does it have a large orange sticker ASTM 283 e If it does and you use an LED trim that also has the same rating If so roll your regular Insulation right up to it.also If it has a title 24 sticker IT means it was tested to the highest air penetration level and this ridiculous product Known as TENMAT would not be needed ,The times you absolutely need it is when your Recessed are older and NON-IC... Read Less
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January 24, 2016
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I have a similar problem with ceiling joists are quite narrow about 10 inches apart. In my case, I will have to take a hand saw and cut each side down to where the cover will fit in between the joists. In your case, it looks like will have to trim it at a 90-degree angle to fit in the corner, pulling back that loose wire so the cover will fit over the light. I don't think there will be a problem with the Read More
I have a similar problem with ceiling joists are quite narrow about 10 inches apart. In my case, I will have to take a hand saw and cut each side down to where the cover will fit in between the joists. In your case, it looks like will have to trim it at a 90-degree angle to fit in the corner, pulling back that loose wire so the cover will fit over the light. I don't think there will be a problem with the clearance as you have a smaller light. The inside diameter of the cover is about 8-9 inches providing enough clearance. Go onto the manufacturer's website and check out their installation video. You might even be able to call a representative of the company. I e-mailrf a question and received a response shortly afterward. Gary Read Less
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Venting recessed light covers

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My attic is under-insulated with ten can-lights that are not IC rated and currently uncovered in the attic. I intend to have cellulose fiber insulation blown in after I cover my 10 light cans with the appropriate insulating can-cover. My question: the can-lights have incandescent bulbs (i.e., not halogen, LED, etc). I would imagine that the heat build up after they are on for several hours can be extreme. If the insulating can-light cover is not vented, will the heat build up under the can-cover cause a fire or electrical hazard? I realize that if I vent the cover, I will experience a decrease in the insulating value of the can-cover. My concern is sealing up a heat producing source (the can-light bulb) that is attached to the ceiling sheetrock.
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March 1, 2016
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No, this is not safe for use with incandescent bulbs.
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