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We hear the word ‘modular’ used a lot these days, especially within the construction industry. Components of systems such as air conditioning are manufactured off-site and assembled in situ for instance. This practice has grown in popularity and is a convenient, time saving and less costly way of doing things. Modular wiring systems have also become the ‘go to’ process for many sectors within the electrical industry. Those working in the industry have come to realise that hard wiring is pretty time consuming, which of course means more expensive.
Modular wiring represents state of the art wiring systems supported by forward thinking technologies. Renewable energy projects and prefab buildings are perfectly complimented by these systems. Green energy within electrics has experienced incredible growth, and shows no sign of slowing down. However, in areas where traditional wiring is the dominant feature, growth has been somewhat stagnant.
One aim of innovations like modular wiring systems has been to reduce carbon emissions and consumption of energy. Minimal installation time is a big advantage, being reduced by around 70%. Production of completely pluggable systems has been a game changer, simply plug in, connect and ‘hey presto’. Modular wiring systems have already featured in some of the highest profile settings, such as St Bart’s Hospital and the Olympic Stadium. They are now accepted by specifiers as an exceptionally viable solution.
These systems are so reliable, and there are far fewer things that can go wrong, unlike traditional systems. They can now be found in hospitals, schools, residential spaces and retail units. Major companies such as Telesys Lighting Services Ltd incorporate modular wiring systems into what they offer. The main advantages of modular wiring systems are:
- Fast, simple installation
- Money saving
- No wasted materials
- Less problems on-site