|The Importance of Training in the Electrical Industry|
In an increasingly evolving market, all electrical installers should be investing time in training according to Paul Collins, Project & Technical Support Manager at Hager UK
|Pulse App for iOS|
Pulse gives you the ultimate access to Hager literature. Whether you simply want to browse through our catalogues and brochures or propose a solution to your customer, Pulse will allow you to present yourself, and your solution in an attractive and intuitive way.
|The Design 30 interactive tool!|
A new interactive tool has gone live on hager.co.uk enabling you to view individual features and benefits of a Design 30 Amendment 3 Consumer Unit.
|A metal solution, designed with installers in mind!|
Steve York, Residential Market Manager at Hager UK discusses how Hager UK used the latest legislation to fuel the design of its metal consumer unit range in order to make the lives of electricians easier.
|Hager - Insulated vs Metal consumer unit|
The following video shows an insulated consumer unit and a Hager metal consumer unit being subjected to an internal hot-wire test. The hot-wire test principle assisted in the development of Regulation 421.1.201 and in particular, illustrates why ferrous metal e.g steel, was deemed to be an example of a non-combustible material for the consumer unit enclosure.
|Can you talk the torque!|
Torque is defined as a twisting force that tends to cause rotation, read more about the torque settings for our products.
|We shine a light on Amendment 3 with free training|
We are helping the nation’s electrical installers to fully understand recent updates to the wiring regulations, specifically Amendment 3, by providing a comprehensive training programme completely free of charge. The impartial, hour-long session puts the focus firmly on the new legislation and offers a wealth of useful, practically applicable information to ensure electrical contractors comply with the new legislation.
|Design 30 gets stamp of approval from electricians|
Industry professionals have until January 2016 to ensure they are complying with the new Consumer Unit regulations (421.1.201) included in Amendment 3 to the wiring regulations. Fortunately, with the introduction of its Design range of consumer units, Hager UK is making this straightforward - and now feedback from a sample of working electricians who have tried out the Design 30 in the field, confirms that.
|Maximising Energy Savings with Klik|
Steve Dyson, Market Manager from Hager UK discusses the current trends in the lighting industry and how pre-fabricated lighting systems can play an integral role in reducing energy usage
|New General Catalogue|
The Hager General Catalogue contains all of our products in one place along with technical and service information. Now including our NEW Design Range of metal, amendment 3 compliant Consumer Units. The easier to use 2016/17 catalogue includes a new feature allowing you to click through to products via the contents pages and interactive bookmarks.
|Counterfeiting - check your Hager!|
Check Hager is an innovative tool, which will help you in authenticating Hager branded products. Hager fights against counterfeiting.
|Product recall update - TP&N boards. |
Further to our precautionary product recall in relation to Hager Invicta 3 TPN distribution boards; testing in a 3rd party recognised laboratory has concluded that conformity with the product safety standard BS EN 61439-3 is maintained.
|Intelligent controls for a 'radical' home!|
When Irish architect and farmer, Patrick Bradley, came up with a design for his own home that would be like nothing seen before, he was determined to include as many state-of-the art features as he could.
|Putting itself to the test!|
Electrical solutions provider, Hager UK, routinely verifies its products as prescribed within the British Standards relevant to the product to ensure optimum safety. Located in Telford, the manufacturer boasts an ASTA recognised laboratory and a dedicated team are responsible for the proper conduct of verification testing made under the aegis of Intertek ASTA. Here Stephen Dyson, Market Manager, describes Hager UK’s approach to quality and testing.
|Introducing Our Limitless Lighting Control System|
Controlling lighting in areas with up to four different control groups is now possible with unlimited profiles due to the introduction of the klik Lighting Control Module (LCM).