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ProductFinder ‘Affordable excellence’ – Veriflex control and BUS cables


Eland Cables has launched Veriflex, its own brand of control and BUS cables for industrial applications. BSI Kitemark approved and with extended warranties


across the range, they are available for next day delivery with no price premium. ●Full range of control and BUS cables for industrial automation applications


●Next day delivery as standard, order before 5pm and take delivery the next day


●BSI Kitemark tested for verified quality and compliance ●Extended warranty across the range


A new benchmark in cable compliance Eland Cables is the first company to achieve the BSI Cable Batch Verification Kitemark. “The Cable Batch Verification Kitemark is applied to


products, including the Veriflex® SY, CY and YY range of PVC and LSZH control cables, under strict UKAS test parameters and subject to BSI’s rigorous surveillance programme. The range of tests provide third-party assurance that cables meet relevant British and international standards for key safety criteria, making them fit for use in appropriate installations,” says Paul Turner, BSI Certification Technical Expert. The extensive testing required for the BSI Cable Batch


Verification Kitemark allows Eland Cables to offer an extended warranty on the new Veriflex range.


uFor more information call 020 7241 8787 or email: sales@elandcables.com


2018 Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms


brochure from Hamilton Hamilton Litestat has launched its new-for-2018 Kitchens, Bedrooms and Bathrooms Brochure, featuring its latest solutions, technologies and product finishes. The six-page KBB brochure showcases Hamilton’s state-of- the-art electrical solutions and smart technologies for the home, including smart lighting control and multi-room audio. It illustrates how the solutions can be used effectively and stylishly to create significant impact within the home.


When considered early in the interior design process –


from both a functional and design point of view – electrical accessories can provide the perfect finishing touch to the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.


uwww.hamilton-litestat.com


Bespoke in-house laser etching


from Scolmore Scolmore is adding to its GridPro range with the offer of in-house laser etching across all of its GridPro modules. Launched last year, GridPro is a collection of


interchangeable mounting plates and modules, available in a variety of finishes, to offer the ultimate in flexible, modular grid solutions. Designed to add value to an already successful range, and save customers time and money, the module etching is done using a specially acquired laser printer, which produces a precise, permanent, fine marking effect and offers flexibility to suit large volume orders or for customised jobs. With this new in-house facility, Scolmore is able to offer a fully bespoke service to customers, who will


be able to order customised laser etched modules to suit the range of projects they are working on. Fourteen of the most popular printed legends will be produced – including dishwasher, cooker hood, washing machine, fridge freezer – available in all the GridPro module finishes. Scolmore also offers a bespoke service if required. The GridPro range was developed with speed and ease of installation at its core and offers the


flexibility to create multi-function, 1 to 24 gang plates which integrate with Scolmore’s Click wiring accessories range. For more information call 01827 63454, email sales@scolmore.com or visit:


uwww.scolmore.com


Light Efficient Design UK Limited offers professionals a serious alternative to just making do with one size fits all corn lamps. The company’s cost-effective high


performance light output ratio LED HID retrofits are designed to maximise light output in low bay, floodlight, post top, bollard and high bay fittings. The Light Efficient Design LED 8032 140W high


bay downlight for ultra-high ceilings, for example, replaces up to 400W HIDs with bright high quality 4000k or 5700k colour temperature; and the 100W LED 8036 high bay replaces 250W HIDs, directing light upwards, sideways and downwards. “Corn has become a favourite for LED


re-lamping applications where expenditure, maintenance and minimal architectural disruption are all priorities,” said Michael Morrison, Managing Director, Light Efficient Design UK Limited. “But LED retrofit lamps are not all the same and a corn lamp might not be the correct retrofit choice, meaning more than 50% light loss can be experienced from the existing fitting housings.”


All Light Efficient Design retrofit solutions include a 5-year warranty, active cooling for a guaranteed minimum 50,000 hour/5-year lifetime and can be used in enclosed fittings. Products are CE/ROHS tested and LM79 LM80 data compliant to provide users genuine photometry. Light Efficient Design UK’s Newbury-based


warehouse offers prompt delivery to UK/Ireland electrical wholesalers.


uwww.led-llc.com www.ewnews.co.uk June 2018 electrical wholesaler | 45


Cutting down on corn to maximise LED light output


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