Recessed Plaster In Aluminium Profile Channel For LED Strip (2m)

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Looking for a perfectly smooth, flush surface finish? Then this recessed plaster-in aluminium LED profile for LED strip is designed to do just that. Simply screw the profile into place in your plasterboard and plaster over the specially designed perforated outer. 

Supplied complete with an opal diffuser, ready to install. Just add LED strip in the colour you require. 

This aluminium plaster-in profile requires an 8mm wide LED strip light. We recommend the TradeStrip120 which provides even light with little visible spotting and is available in a range of white shades. 

Designed for housing LED tape, plaster-in LED profiles provide a highly unique, embedded strip of light that's great for creating eye-catching effects. As well as this flat version, we also offer both inside and outside corners.

Other Plaster-In LED Profile Options:

Outside Corner Aluminium LED Profile >

Internal Corner Aluminium LED Profile >

Recommended LED Strip:

Our TradeStrip120 is perfect for this plaster-in profile as it produces a smooth light without spotting and a good light output. It's available in warm and cool white by the metre.

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  • How much light does this emit? Would it be enough on its own to light a bathroom (obviously with an led strip in it!)

    Hello, it would depend on how many you were using and the type of LED strip you put in it, but for most applications I'd suggest plaster LED profiles are more suited to secondary lighting than primary. 

  • Can this be cut to size

    Absolutely! Both the aluminium channel and diffuser are easy to cut with the right tools. We recommend putting the diffuser in place and cutting through both slowly using a dropsaw. Failing that, a hacksaw and a steady hand would also work.