We offer all of our recessed, surface-mounted and suspended track options in white. White track is often chosen to blend with the ceiling when track is recessed or surface-mounted. Where track is suspended, white provides a more neutral option.
Our white single circuit track is available in 1m, 2m and 3m lengths, with 4 wire tracking available by request. We can also cut track to your required length. This flexibility allows us to provide a solution of any size and arrangement your project may need, from straight runs to squares, rectangles, T shapes, or U shapes.
Using our range of track accessories, lengths can be joined at corners, cross-sections or T junctions. The power feed can go into the end of the track, or into the middle. Our tracks are supplied with a power feed at one end and an end cap on the other.
Our 9W, 15W, 30W and 40W track light options are also all available in white. The compact 9W light works best in residential projects, in areas which are not regularly occupied or used. Our 15W, 30W and 40W lights all have dimming as standard. Dimmable light is especially important in residential projects (15W is the most popular option here), where living spaces have multiple functions. Moving to the more powerful 30W and 40W lights, these are most suited to commercial spaces such as retail stores, showrooms or offices, with the 40W in particular offering very bright illumination.
The solution can be further customised with a choice of a Cool White (5000K) or Warm White (3000K) colour temperature, and a 15°, 25°, or 38° beam angle.
A Cool White (5000K) colour temperature is closer to natural daylight, making it the preferred option for working environments, or anywhere clear and bright light is required.
A Warm White (3000K) colour temperature is more comparable to fire or candlelight, and creates a cozier, more relaxing ambience suited to residential projects or art gallery spaces.
By combining beam angles, we can tailor a solution which might require a combination of wide beams, for a wash of light, and narrow beams, to highlight a particular object or display, for example a piece of art.