Industry News

Electrical Industries Charity welcomes new Programme Manager for Big Build Project

Electrical Industries Charity welcomes new Programme Manager for Big Build Project

  The Electrical Industries Charity has appointed Claire Shelton as the new Programme Manager for the Big Build project which aims to transform the future of the Dickinson family. Claire has extensive experience of working in frontline support services and helping people with a wide range of issues including housing issues, debts and benefits management […]

KEW Electrical’s new Bath branch “will meet bubbling demand”

KEW Electrical’s new Bath branch “will meet bubbling demand”

  Independent electrical wholesaler KEW Electrical continues to expand into the west of England with a new branch in Bath. The latest branch comes hard on the heels of a new Gloucester branch last November. Sited on the outskirts of historic Bath, in a refitted 4,500sq ft warehouse, the branch opened on March 26th. KEW’s […]

Sharp-shooter Dudbridge back on the ELEX oche with Marshall-Tufflex

Sharp-shooter Dudbridge back on the ELEX oche with Marshall-Tufflex

Keen darts fans who missed out on playing against world-class British player Mark Dudbridge at ELEX last year have another chance thanks to his continuing sponsorship by cable management market-leader Marshall-Tufflex. The British manufacturer is exhibiting at three ELEX events this year, starting with ELEX Exeter in April. Mark will attend the first day, with […]

Crompton Lamp celebrates 140 successful years in lighting

Crompton Lamp celebrates 140 successful years in lighting

Crompton Lamps is celebrating 140 successful years in lighting, as one of the worlds’ oldest lamp suppliers with an unrivalled reputation for adapting and keeping pace with trends and the latest technologies. Crompton offers a wide ranging and comprehensive product portfolio that provides a one stop shop for anyone involved in the specification and purchasing […]

ESP invests in premises to future-proof the business

ESP invests in premises to future-proof the business

As ESP continues to enjoy substantial growth and development, the company has made a significant investment in its Midlands-based business premises to ensure it will accommodate the ambitious growth plans the business has in the pipeline. The site that the premises occupies in Redditch, Worcestershire, has been increased from 8,000sq ft to 32,000sq ft, allowing […]

Product News

Greenbrook’s LED striplights will click with customers

Greenbrook’s LED striplights will click with customers

GreenBrook has created a stylish, costeffective and eco-friendly solution to installing feature lighting with Athena, a new range of inter-connectable LED striplights. Available in cool or warm white and in lengths of 35cm or 60cm, the new energyefficient LED striplight range is designed for internal use and is ideal for providing feature lighting under kitchen […]

Red Arrow increases its range of LED compact dimmable high bays

Red Arrow increases its range of LED compact dimmable high bays

Two new wattages have been added to Red Arrow’s range of LED Compact Dimmable High Bays. The range now comes in outputs of 100W, 150W, 200W and 240W, allowing for choice depending on the location and application and improving efficiency in lighting design. This range offers a high power output of 130lm/W making it a […]

New Stubby VDE Slim Screwdriver 4 Pack

New Stubby VDE Slim Screwdriver 4 Pack

Following the successful launch of the world’s first fixed blade Stubby VDE Screwdriver, Carl Kammerling International, which supplies products to the industrial, construction, electronic and security industries, has introduced the Stubby VDE Slim Screwdriver 4 Pack, containing all four sizes of this clever range of safe, slim, stubby screwdrivers, that guarantee the safety which comes […]

Sterling Curve Aluminium puts the mettle into cable management

Sterling Curve Aluminium puts the mettle into cable management

Sleek, stylish and strong – meet Sterling Curve Aluminium, the latest product launch from British cable management specialist Marshall-Tufflex. This new triple compartment Cat 7a compliant trunking solution is gently curved at the edges to prevent clutter, make cleaning easier and deliver a good-looking profile that is as strong as it is attractive. Aluminum’s mechanical […]

Stainless steel finishes for disabled toilet alarm system

Stainless steel finishes for disabled toilet alarm system

Following the launch of its disabled toilet alarm system, ESP has added a new stainless steel version, to sit alongside the original white product within the Essentials collection of fire and security products. The stainless steel disabled toilet alarm has a battery back-up function, with the battery supplied. Designed to meet care standards in Part […]

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TV venue throws down the lighting control gauntlet to CPE

TV venue throws down the lighting control gauntlet to CPE

One of the last working Victorian Potteries in the UK, famed as the venue for BBC Two’s Great Pottery Throw Down, has a new lease of life following a refurbishment which included new lighting controls from CP Electronics. Middleport Pottery in Stoke-On-Trent has been transformed from a dilapidated Grade II-listed factory into a modern centre […]

Scolmore’s Click Smart control system halves the installation cost for trade association

Scolmore’s Click Smart control system halves the installation cost for trade association

When Penicuik-based SELECT, the Scottish trade association for electrical contractors in Scotland, needed to update its 10-year-old building management system, it was facing a substantial outlay. But Scolmore came to the rescue with its Click Smart RF Wireless Control System. Coming in at around 50% less than SELECT’s original budget, Scolmore’s Click Smart RF Wireless […]

Crompton takes centre stage at RADA

Crompton takes centre stage at RADA

Crompton’s coloured golf ball lamps have recently been treading the boards at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Crompton’s coloured golf ball lamps have been used to great effect in RADA’s latest production of Assassins by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Nona Shepphard and with lighting design by Matt Leventhall. Recognised by RADA’s technical lighting […]