Repelec Recessed White Single Gang Wall Point

I/N: 4331257
$29.98
Price correct as at Sun 24 Sep 2017 4:23:47 AM
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Product Description

Recessed wall points are used so that the plug of an appliance sits within the wall and does not protrude out. This is done by using a plastic shroud and special metal bracket that is compatible with most leading brands of wall outlets and holds the outlet inside the recess.

Recessing your outlet is an excellent idea if you have a wall mounted TV, or simply want to be able to push your furniture or appliance (such as a fridge) right back against the wall. Doing these things is impossible with standard outlets and power points as the plug to your appliance can stick out as much as 75mm. Recessing the outlet in this way means that you’ll hide those unattractive plugs and have a sleeker, cleaner feeling room.

Perfect for use behind:
• Lowline cabinets
• Bed side tables
• Plasma LCD TVʼs
• Fridges
• Microwaves
• Study desks
• Dishwashers
• Ovens
• Washing machines

  • Compatible with all major brands of wall outlets (does not include wall outlet itself)
  • Suits new installations or retrofit to existing points
  • Designed for use in 70 & 90mm wall cavities
  • Use on plasterboard walls only
  • Includes metal bracket

Product Details

Model Name
Recessed
Model Number
RECWP1WH
Material
Heat resistant plastic
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:188 H:73 L:148
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:190 H:75 L:150
Weight
240g
Commercial
Yes
Indoor Use
Yes
Outdoor Use
No
Surface Mount
No
Cover Plate Included
No
Weather Resistant
No
Child Safety Outlet
No
Product Material - ABS, S/S
Plastic
Architrave
No
Pack Size
1
Number of Outlets
1
Extra Switch
No
Removable Covers
No

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