Surface Mounted Track Lighting
Surface mounted track lighting fixes directly to the ceiling, offering simple and convenient installation.
Surface-mounting is a very popular choice for commercial spaces such as offices, retail stores or galleries and museums, due to the ease of installing the solution. This also makes it appealing for residential projects, with kitchens and open-plan living spaces some of the most common applications.
Our range includes single circuit track available in 1m, 2m and 3m lengths, with 4 wire track available by request. Track can also be cut to a bespoke length if required. The ideal solution for your space can be created by combining lengths to produce T shapes, U shapes, straight runs, squares or rectangles. We can help you with determining the best layout for your space.
Using our accessories, track can be joined at corners, cross-sections or T junctions. For further flexibility, the power feed can go into the end of the track, or into the middle. Our tracks are supplied with a power feed on one end, and an end cap on the other.
As a general rule, we recommend that one track light is placed per linear metre of track. Within our range we offer 9W, 15W, 30W and 40W track lights, all available in either Black or White. The compact 9W light works best in residential projects, in areas which are not regularly occupied or used.
Track lights from 15W upwards all come with dimming as standard. Residential projects should always look to use dimmable lights. This is particularly important in living spaces which have multiple functions, where different light levels are needed for a range of activities. The 15W track light is the most popular for residential settings.
Our 30W and 40W options are best suited to commercial spaces such as retail stores, showrooms or offices. The 40W is our highest powered track head fitting, for areas needing particularly strong illumination..
All of our track light options are available with a 15°, 25°, or 38° beam angle. They are offered in two colour temperatures: Cool White (5000K) or Warm White (3000K).
The range of beam angles allow for a solution that is completely tailored to your space. You might want to include a mix of wide beams, which generate a wash of light, and narrow beams, to provide task lighting or draw attention to a particular object, piece of artwork or display.
A Cool White (5000K) colour temperature is closer to natural daylight. Cool White works best in commercial and working environments, such as offices or retail stores, or anywhere clear and bright light is required.
A Warm White (3000K) colour temperature is closer to fire or candlelight. It creates a cozier, more relaxing ambience which suits residential environments or art gallery spaces.