Warehouse Electrical Installation Project

Full Electrical and Communications Installation in County Tyrone Northern Ireland

Our client re-located their premises.

Harcon engineers carried out all electrical and communications works, allowing for a smooth transition from the old location to a new warehouse making sure the running of their day to day commercial business remained unaffected.

We provided:

  •  A Lighting and emergency lighting design to provide outstanding lighting levels on the warehouse floor. The Hi-Bay lighting has a built in emergency function, not only does this serve the need to meet current regulation emergency lighting levels but also saves on time and materials not having to install additional emergency fittings and cabling around this large premises.
  • Wiring of CCTV cabling
  • Wiring and connections of communications, including stock check system, data points throughout offices and warehouse points.
  • Exterior Flood lighting
  • New distribution boards to meet current standards
  • Surge protection
  • Electrical Certification
  • New offices, canteen, toilets and reception area electrical works, includes lighting and power installation, dado trunking and LOT20 approved heating.

What does LOT 20 Approved mean?

Lot 20 is an effective legislation for protecting our environment and driving energy efficiency standards, helping Britain to meet its carbon reduction targets. This latest eco-design directive for the heating industry follows similar ‘lots’ that have included changes to the production of light bulbs, washing machines, televisions, and other electrical appliances. Lot 20, part of the 2021 Energy Efficiency Directive (EED 2015/1188), makes it necessary for all heating manufacturers to comply with a specific efficiency standard when producing heaters or radiators, be they gas, liquid, or electricity-driven. Lot 20 compliant heaters don’t just cover radiators – they also include underfloor heaters and electric and gas fires.

Ultimately, the Lot 20 legislation aims to help manufacturers create Eco-design products that use significantly less energy to provide heat to our homes and businesses. Lot 20 regulations will not only have a positive impact on the UK’s carbon footprint, but they should also save you money on heating costs each month.