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GoodHome Bathrooms 2020 how to… choose bathroom lighting Your bathroom is where you get ready every morning and where you relax after a long day so choosing the right lighting is vital. what type of lighting? Task lighting is functional - providing light for shaving, makeup and washing. The most effective lights for this are spotlights or ceiling downlighters. Downlights can provide overall light or additional light over basins, concealed in your ceiling or shelving. Feature lighting creates mood and atmosphere; try ceiling lights controlled by a dimmer switch. (Dimmer switches can only be used in Outside Zones). example understanding safety and IP ratings Bathroom lighting regulations require all lighting to adhere to IP (Ingress Protection) ratings to ensure it is safe to use in a wet environment. A bathroom suite is made up of different zones (as shown in the diagram below) and depending on the distance from the water source, determines the type of lighting allowed. zone 0 Inside the bath IP67 or shower itself - must be IP67 rated. zone 1 zone 2 The area stretching IP44 0.6m outside the perimeter of the bath and to a height of 2.25m from the floor - must be minimum of IP44 rated. The area above the IP65 bath or shower to a height of 2.25m from the floor - must be minimum of IP44 rated, (or IP45 if exposed to water jets). IP65 rating recommended. other zones Other than the above IP20 areas, bathroom lights have a recommended IP rating of at least IP20. A 30mA RCD must be used. All new and modified electrical installations must comply with the latest IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671) and bathroom lighting products must be installed in accordance with local Building Regulations. If you are in any doubt contact a qualified electrician. 154 ROI_Wk1 2020 Bathrooms_.indb 154 17/01/2020 13:57

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