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Hamilton Litestat supplies single and double USB charging ports, with its latest dual 2.4A USB double switched socket plate allowing two tablets or other higher-rated smart devices to be charged simultaneously from a single plate. These come in various styles, with a 2.1A/1A option available in the white plastic Vogue design. With kitchens becoming multi-functional living spaces, USB charging points are essential for helping us maintain the desire for 24/7 connectivity while spending more time in this area of the home.

Getting on the grid With so many electrical appliances in the kitchen, grid-fixed wiring allows complete flexibility for creating bespoke combinations of switches on one front plate depending on the kitchen requirements and layout. Separate modules can be simply clipped together on-site for an instant solution. Yet it’s a common misconception that this solution just comes in bog-standard white. Hamilton offers its Grid-It range in an array of

styles and finishes that can be coordinated with all the other wiring accessories in the room or throughout the home. The switches can be selected to feature the written name of the appliance or a representative icon.

The finishing touch Lighting is also particularly important in a kitchen and bathroom, and if it’s within budget then smart lighting control adds an extra element of functionality and luxury to a home and can be supplied with switches and control panels that coordinate with other electrical accessories. However, simple dimmer functionality within

the kitchen/diner and bathroom can help create ambience and a more suitable environment for entertaining and relaxing on a budget. Hamilton’s coordinated LEDIT-B100 and Grid100LED rotary dimmer options provides this functionality simply, while ensuring a seamless coordinated look throughout the home. With kitchens

becoming multi- functional living

spaces, USB charging points are essential for helping us

maintain the desire

for 24/7 connectivity while spending more time in this area of the home.

18 | electrical wholesalerJune 2018

Sheer CFX in a Satin Stainless finish was chosen for a high end, aspirational development, because of its simple and elegant flat looks.

the forefront and demonstrates how carefully chosen wiring accessories can contribute to interior design. Attention to detail was of the utmost

A touch of elegance T

his aspirational residential project was designed with traditional elegance at

importance, with a sophisticated contemporary theme throughout the interior and exterior. The same attention was given to the electrical fit out with a very specific brief provided that detailed the exact functions of each wiring accessory and its design. In partnership with contractor Drew Smith Ltd., electrical consultants Cooper Homewood and Accolade Building Services Ltd., Hamilton

provided the property with a fitting solution. Sheer CFX in a Satin Stainless finish was chosen from Hamilton’s range for its simple and elegant flat looks. This design came into its own in the kitchen where a sweeping work surface is positioned on a curved wall. Sheer CFX’s integral gasket makes it ideal for walls that are not perfectly flat, so the plates were shaped to fit the exacting contours of the wall. Hamilton’s Grid-IT range of grid-fixed

switches and sockets were used extensively to provide complete flexibility in the kitchen, while Hamilton’s smart lighting control completed the sophisticated look with elegant, effortless functionality.

USB sockets are becoming increasingly popular with homeowners.

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