When choosing gypsum lamps for the bathroom, the question arises as to how resistant they are to moisture. Few believe it is real! And the plaster lamp will not spoil in a short time. TM Promin wants to dispel this myth and prove that gypsum and moisture can coexist.
You need to know that gypsum is a hygroscopic material. It absorbs excess moisture from the air, and when the room becomes too dry, gives it back. Thus, gypsum is a regulator of the microclimate. At the same time gypsum does not collapse, cracks do not appear on it, provided that significant temperature differences are not observed. So we have some tips for you:
- Only use a moisture-proof LED strip as a light source for profile luminaires. - Equip spotlights with lamps with degree of protection IP65. - After installation, paint the product together with the ceiling surface.