Hamilton Litestat has seized an opportunity, presented by Amendment 3 to BS 7671 IET wiring regulations, to enter the Domestic Circuit Protection market with the launch of its own innovative range of metal consumer units.
Unlike many of the existing suppliers to this market, who are simply changing old enclosure designs from engineering plastic covers to steel covers to conform to the latest amendment, Hamilton has taken a forward thinking approach. The company implemented detailed research to identify the core needs of the installers and users in relation to the regulations and as a result it was decided to develop a new unit designed to operate in readiness of the adoption of smart control technologies within the home.
In direct response to feedback Hamiltons new Convex and curved Contour metal consumer units not only comply with the new regulations they exceed expectations on every level. Several innovative features ensure the units are straightforward to install, come in a stylish external design so they dont have to be hidden away and essentially incorporate a robust and unique fire protection system designed to optimise safety.
Gavin Williams, Marketing Manager at Hamilton says: As a trusted and reliable supplier to the trade we saw the latest amendment to the building regulations as a fantastic opportunity for us to enter the domestic circuit protection market".