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Monday 28 August 2017

For Sale - Thomas Black Par 64 Par Can Wash Lights - £20 each

Up for grabs are a couple of Par 64 wash lights. The Par 64 lamp has been an industry standard for many years, both as a truss hung stage wash light and also as a floor mounted light for colour washing walls and backdrops.

PAR is an acronym for parabolic aluminized reflector and is used to designate a sealed-beam lamp similar to the headlight in an automobile. PAR lamps are differentiated according to their diameter, which is measured in eighths of an inch. Therefore, a PAR64 is eight inches in diameter (64/8 = 8) and a PAR38 has a diameter of four and three-quarter inches (38/8 = 4.75). PAR lamps are available in an assortment of wattages and beam spreads as well. For example, a PAR56 lamp may be purchase at 300 or 500 watts, and each wattage is available in Narrow Spot, Medium Flood or Wide Flood.

These are in reasonable working condition, the aluminium is finished in black.  There will be the odd small dink and scratche from use, but generally these are in far better condition than most. Gel frames and 15A round pin plugs are included.
They come supplied with 500 W medium wide flood light lamps fitted, with this setup you can run up to 6 lamps from a single 16 Amp supply with a margin for safety.

For sale - Thomas Par64 par can lights - £20 each

They are priced at £20 each to clear, the price includes delivery within the UK.
I can send to some European locations too, but please ask for a quote first as this could be quite a high sum.

If you have any questions or comments please drop me a line via the contact page here.


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