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Hello I have a new warehouse with 100aA three phase supply. Can you recommend a switch board ?
If any of you is near Coventry you can quote me for the full installation (lighting, sockets, etc)
 
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Rolls-Royce is Merlin Gerin... Reliant Robin is Chint. take your pick.
Merlin was good I fitted one of the new type now Schnider has taken over not the same robustness and quality.
We fit a lot of Eaton good board.
 

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Hello I have a new warehouse with 100aA three phase supply. Can you recommend a switch board ?
If any of you is near Coventry you can quote me for the full installation (lighting, sockets, etc)
I am in Coventry, have you got the building yet?
If you would like me to come and have a look and a chat, Wednesday onwards would suit me.
P.s. what part of Coventry? I am just north of cov.
 

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I have found the Eaton boards better on price without going to cheep stuff. Both are quality brands in my opinion and far better than a lot of the others on the market.
End of the day, the customer gets what they ask for. Although I will be grimacing if asked for proteus . Can’t stand the brand, but it’s just my opinion..
 
Nine times out of ten the Memshield 3 cover fixing points are just stripped, I have put plenty in but that is a downside.
 
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Nine times out of ten the Memshield 3 cover fixing points are just stripped, I have put plenty in but that is a downside.
Can't say I've had a problem with it. Regarding your comment post No.11 you put a lot of electrical products side by side and they all seem to be of less quality than 15/20 years ago.
 

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I would agree,regarding the quality issue...there are plenty using fixing and fittings,which are essentially,"single use",and multiple use or a firm wrist,renders them useless...
Then out comes the nutserts and SS fixings....and hey presto...we're finishing the manufacturers job,and doing better at it...:cool:
 
I installed a 3 phase wylex and didnt really like it. Atm I tend to prefer Eaton then Schneider.
I have just done an install with Hager and I have to say I find it rather flimsy.
 
Nobody like Wylex on here?Good quality and the main switches and rcbos are half the price of Schneider.
Regards,S
Stopped using Wylex last year, used to swear by them but not anymore the quality has gone. My first call is Schneider then Eaton for commercial and Hager for domestic. Schneider have a second to none support service.
 

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