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Off the Shelf FireSeal

FireSeal Installation

FireSeals are typically made to measure to cover a specific size and made in batches, meaning customers benefit from quantity break pricing. However, there are times where just one or two FireSeals are required and costs rise. So, we came up with an off the shelf size to cover a multitude of sizes.We also priced this competitively to offer a cost-effective option to fire protect those one-offs. Off the Shelf FireSeal - FireSeal Fire Rated Access Panel The off the shelf FireSeal covers an existing meter box or aperture in the wall that measures a maximum of 710mm High x 510mm...

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Please order Optional RB Plinths Separately

Electrical Enclosures Installation

Please order Optional RB Plinths Separately

RB Plinths are optional for the installation of RB Cabinets.  To make them stand out as optional, we have separated them from the RB cabinets themselves, so please be sure to add them to your cart if you need a plinth to install your RB Cabinet. The use of a plinth is not compulsory, but if you don’t intend to use one please make sure that the concrete base (or equivalent) is perfectly flat and as smooth as possible. Ideally, it would be a minimum of 100mm (4”) bigger than the cabinet all round, and 150mm (6”) deep.  A plinth...

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What Is a 19" Rack? And What Is It Used For?

Electrical Enclosures FAQ FAQs Installation

What Is a 19" Rack? And What Is It Used For?

The EIA (Electronic Industries Alliance) standard server rack is a 19 inch wide rack enclosure with rack mount rails which are 17 3/4″ (450.85 mm) apart and whose height is measured in 1.75″ (44.45 mm) unit increments for mounting multiple electronic equipment.  As an added accessory to the RB Cabinet range, we can supply and fit 19" (450mm) Equipment Racks with options of a 21U Fixed Rack for RB600-1550 or a 18U Swinging Rack for RB800-1550.  

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Who can carry out the works for a new electrical connection?

FAQs Installation

Who can carry out the works for a new electrical connection?

Competition in Connections To introduce competition in the connections market you may use an ICP Independent Connection Provider. Competition in the market provides consumers with more options and competitive prices.  The works involved in a new connection are divided into two: contestable and noncontestable works. What this means to the user is that the contestable works can be carried out by someone different than the DNO. You may choose to have all works done by the DNO, this is entirely up to you. Here's an example of prices of non-constable work or work only the DNO is allowed to carry out from Northern Powergrid.  All...

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