Dock/Pier surface mount lighting

Richie@

LawnSite Member
Hi Guy's and Gal's,

Anyone have a Line on Dock / Pier surface mount 12 v Lighting , trying to do some research on these type fixtures , thanks for any help.

Richie
 
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Classic Lighting

LawnSite Senior Member
Ritchie, I have been hesitant to install a pier system in our area. When noreasters and hurricanes come through, piers are usually submerged. Fixtures and connections are often submerged under the salt water. I have talked to numerous manufacturers and none have been able to confidently recommend a line. Give me a pm if you want to discuss more in depth.
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Lite4

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
Indianapolis, IN
Here is one from VOLT. Their brass bully with the scooped hood. I just stuck this in the ground next to my sidewalk. I was just playing around and testing it to see how much light it kicked out for deck and dock projects down the road as an option- puts out more than I was expecting. Not sure if it's the right profile for you though, or if you are looking for something that is a surface mount instead of having to drill out a hole in the dock.

Finding a waterproof fixture for direct immersion in salt water will be tough, unless finding a fully, potted and sealed, integrated LED, which, in that configuration is going to be tough to find.

Good Luck

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Richie@

LawnSite Member
I searched the inner-web over two hours last night and didn't come up with anything , even searched Boat Dock Lighting and Nautical Lighting.

Thanks for the demo.
 

ledeez

LawnSite Member
Location
nyc
Is this a salt water dock?

If so you're going to want to go with a spec grade product. Your client knows how deadly salt is so I'm sure they are prepared to lay out the bucks.
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INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting

LawnSite Platinum Member
Hi Guy's and Gal's,

Anyone have a Line on Dock / Pier surface mount 12 v Lighting , trying to do some research on these type fixtures , thanks for any help.

Richie

Yes, there is the Hunza version of the INTEGRAliter and one other. The other is IP68 but is powder coated aluminum. Not sure if it will stand up to the salt environment. Good thing is that it is relatively inexpensive and you don't need to core a big hole into the dock / deck.

I am trying to convince Michael Joye at Auroralight to produce a flush mount version of their compass fixture. Keep bugging him....

I have the last 7 new INTEGRAliters here at my shop... but their price keeps increasing with scarcity. :)
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