Spartan Spigot for Illuminated Glass Pool Fencing (includes cover plate)
Brings glass to life
The Spartan Spigot requires the Spartan Light Kit and low iron glass to create illuminating effect.
Now your Backyard can have the “Wow Factor” it truly deserves!
Introducing the SPARTAN SPIGOT from Illuminated Balustrade Australia
What makes the Spartan Spigot unique and superior in the Australian market is its clever design.
Sleek and modern, all parts including the LED globes are replaceable. The Spartan Spigot conforms to all Australian standards.
Low Iron Glass is required to transmit the light from the spigot to the outer edge of the glass giving it the best effect.
Click here to purchase Low Iron Glass.
Did you know?
Spigots that are used within 1250mm of a pool or spa are required by law to be earthed. May as well wire them up for light too!
2205 high grade stainless steel
Sleek new design
Various colours and finishes
Replaceable LED lights
Replaceable RBG colour controls
Engineered void for LED lighting
(Spartan Light Kit sold separately)
Drain channels and light removal points
LED lighting can be changed without removing the spigot
RGB controller with 16 various colours to choose from
An engineered designed hole for easy lighting installation
Additional steel added where there were once weaknesses
|Base Plate||95mm x 95mm|
|Cover Plate||100mm x 100mm|
|Glass Capacity||12mm (max)|
Items required to complete your Illuminated Balustrade
|Dimensions||105 x 105 x 175 mm|
Matte Black Stainless Steel, Polished Stainless Steel
IMPORTANT: IS YOUR SPIGOT CERTIFIED TO AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS, IS IT SAFE?
Do the spigots you are currently using comply with Australian Standards?
Pool A1926.1/2007 or Balustrade A1170.1/2002
If you answer “NO”, you should not be using them!
At present, there is no governing body in Australia regulating the importation of spigots sold into our market.
Our research shows more than half of all the spigots sold into the Australian market are not certified to our standards.
Some might say “I will just drill a hole in a normal spigot, install a light and l have the same result”. “False”. Drilling a hole in a standard spigot will compromise the spigots structural integrity.