|Lighting up the stage at Aberdeen City Campus|
Hager’s Klik lighting control module (LCM) solution has been specified at a busy theatre at the Aberdeen City Campus, part of the North East Scotland College.
|A specified solution|
Chris Howells, Product Manager for Commercial Enclosures and Accessories at Hager, explains how the company is increasingly collaborating with electrical consultants and contractors to supply a range of engineered services from pre-assembled distribution units to in-demand turnkey system packages.
|Cut building energy costs and optimise lighting control with occupancy sensors|
Paul Collins, Project & Technical Support Manager from Hager, looks at occupancy sensor lighting control solutions which can help estates managers drive energy consumption efficiencies and lower energy costs, while still providing safe and flexible levels of lighting control required within today’s busy educational establishments.
|Get on board with integrated power and lighting boards|
Ian Smith, Marketing Manager at Hager, highlights why electrical contractors and engineers should take advantage of new and innovative integrated power and lighting distribution boards which now also offer plug-in metering capability.
|Leading contractor benefits from unique competition from Hager|
A leading contractor from Milton Keynes has benefitted from a free billboard after winning a social media competition from leading electrical distribution manufacturer Hager.
|Hager lands double nominations at the Electrical Industry Awards 2016|
Hager have grabbed two nominations at the Electrical Industry Awards 2016.
|Guide to Low-Voltage Switch and Fusegear Devices|
This new BEAMA guide starts from the fuse and continues through to various types of switchgear and fusegear. It is intended as an introduction to fuse and switchgear solutions available from BEAMA members.
|Power and Lighting Boards 'Meter' your expectations|
We have recently launched a range of Power and Lighting Boards with energy metering capabilities. Find out how you can benefit.
|Extended occupancy sensor range|
We have an extended range of occupancy sensors to help with your buildings energy efficiency. Discover our range today.
|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.