All Integral LED Fire Rated downlights are rated IP65. This means that they are dust tight and waterproof, suitable for bathrooms (zones 1 and 2), kitchens, and other rooms where splashing and vapour would make lower-rated downlights not only unsuitable, but potentially dangerous.Click to see full answer. In this regard, what downlights are suitable for bathrooms?Bathroom Downlights. Bathroom downlights can be used to create a relaxed ambience or bright functional lighting, depending on your requirements. A minimum of an IP44 rating is recommended for lighting installed in zones 2 and 3 of a bathroom, and IP65 and above is required for zone 1 regions near water sources.Furthermore, where should downlights be placed in a bathroom? Above the bath or shower to a height of 2.25m from the floor. Lights must be rated at least IP45 (typically, IP65 is used). An area extending 60cm beyond the bath, shower and wash basin, up to 2.25m above the floor. Lights must be rated at least IP44. Keeping this in view, do I need fire rated downlights? It is highly recommended that all downlights installed are fire rated. This is purely for your protection in your home, as they give you more time to escape a fire and help slow the fire spreading through floors.Do you need special spotlights for bathroom?Zone 1 – is above the bath or shower to a height of 2.25 metres above floor level and a light fitting with a minimum of IPx4 is needed here. There is no longer a specific IP number for this area and any light fitting can be used unless it is specifically marked as not for use in bathrooms.