|Design 10 Flush Consumer Unit Installation Video|
Designed specifically for installations in solid or hollow walls, our Amendment 3 conforming flush consumer unit can be installed with the backbox first, before moving onto the front assembly. This removes the risk of the devices and terminations becoming contaminated with building materials or damaged. Watch the installation video now!
|Take a look at our new industry blog 'Circuit Break'|
Our new blog 'Circuit Break' explores what’s going on in our industry. Colleagues and guest authors will be on hand discussing their views on recent developments, debating the latest news and offering help and advice on important industry matters.
|The Environmental Permitting (England & Wales) Regulations 2010|
Hager Engineering Ltd has made an application to operate an installation or plant where a permit to operate is required from Telford & Wrekin Council. Process to be undertaken will be: - Pre-treatment & Powder Coating at Hortonwood 50, Telford, Shropshire. TF1 7FT.
|Hager inspires Amendment 3 design for 17,000 Barratt Developments|
Barratt Developments plc has been working proactively alongside leading electrical manufacturer Hager to ensure the recent wiring regulation changes would have minimum impact on its construction process while maintaining high quality interior design. As a result, it has specified Hager’s Design 30 consumer unit into 17,000 new homes for 2016.
|Sollysta Metalclad is now available|
Launching in April, the Sollysta Metalclad range compliments Hager’s white moulded, decorative, grid and IP66 variations. This new addition provides a complete range of wiring solutions to meet the demands of any application.
|Major factory expansion uses Hager distribution|
Leading circuit board manufacturer, GSPK Circuits, recently purchased the Borougbridge PCB Facility and one acre of adjacent land to enhance its PCB manufacturing operation. In order to effectively merge the two factories into one, the company required a complete upgrade of its electrical distribution.
|Lighting for a new generation|
Two education projects in Hartlepool and Stockton have installed Hager’s Klik lighting control system, including the KLCM (Klik’s lighting control module), with both engineers and clients benefitting from its self service functionality.
|Hager launches expanded Design 10 and 30 range|
Thanks to your feedback and in response to popular demand, we have launched our enhanced Design 10 and 30 boards.
|Guidance for installers when making connections in consumer units|
In recent years there have been an increasing number of reports of fires involving consumer units. The increase in such reports is due to a number of factors, including the effects of poor workmanship, a progressively deskilled electrical contracting trade, increased surveillance activities by fire and rescue services and product evolution.
|Put Pedal to the 'Metal' with Invicta 3 TP&N Boards|
The changes brought about by Amendment 3 of the wiring regulations have given us the opportunity to design and create a TP&N consumer unit to meet the demands of the regulations and for the residential market.
|Get Tough with Sollysta Metaclad|
Tough environments need stronger solutions. Sollysta Metalclad has a robust exterior but with softer aesthetics and can be used in a variety of diverse environments.
|Hager Group Annual Report 2015|
Listening? Isn’t that something we all do day in, day out? Actually, listening and understanding are two very different things. Only those who are able to listen carefully can turn information into valuable knowledge. Knowledge and understanding then allow them to recognise and seize opportunities sooner than others.
|#HagerGang to the rescue!|
The power of our award-winning social media network, the #HagerGang, strikes again by helping Norwich-based electrician receive stock of his preferred model of Amendment 3 consumer units, the Design 30, supplied by Edmundsons Electrical.
|Professional Electrician review the Design 30|
Kelly Vincent, Professional Electrician gives us her views on our Design 30.
|The significance of usability in tomorrow’s lighting design|
Usability is a term that is often up for discussion. Of course it encompasses, in its simplest terms, ease of use, but it also means so much more. The pace of modern life can be difficult to keep up with and the construction landscape is constantly changing to adapt to future ways of life. Building designers require systems and processes that are not only easy to use once implemented, but easily designed, easily installed and easily commissioned, as more time on site means escalated costs.