The GK Lightrail system is comprised of seven types of components. When selecting a GK lightrail System, you must first choose a rail design, which is available in 48 through 96-inch sections in brushed nickel and sable bronze. The second piece of hardware you will need for your GK Lightrail System are called standoffs. Standoffs are available in sizes ranging from 2 ¾ inches to 96 inches and are telescopic to accommodate different ceiling heights. Third, the transformer is the power source for the GK Lightrail System and is available in a variety of sizes, shapes and finishes. Fourth, connector pieces allow your imagination to run wild and provide limitless configuration options for your GK Lightrail System. Fifth, GK Lightrail offers either brushed nickel or sable bronze patina fixtures specifically designed for the GK Lightrail System. Sixth, you will need to decide on shades for your GK Lightrail System fixtures. Shades come in styles and colors to match every design aesthetic. Finally, you will need a power feed. The GK Lightrail power feed delivers power to transformer and is offered in a variety of styles.
About GK Lightrail
George Kovacs’ GK Lightrail system represents a new take on traditional rail lighting systems. The new and improved GK Lightrail system offers a wide variety of pendants and shades with unparalleled ease of use and sophistication. The GK Lightrail system allows you to light your home with modern and contemporary fixtures that are dimmable in both standard and low voltage applications. The innovation of the GK Lightrail system is that it allows the end user flexibility in placing lighting in disparate locations connected and operated by one power source. It also offers seven customizable features such as rail design, power source, finish style, and shade color and texture.