TWO Mode wiring accessories…
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Scolmore’s Click Mode range of stylish, contemporary, white wiring accessories remains the company’s best-selling wiring accessories collection to date.
The smooth, contemporary lines of the Mode accessory plate will fit easily into traditional and contemporary designs alike. The modular design allows installers unprecedented flexibility in creating dedicated wiring solutions.
Scolmore has continued to invest in this range since it was originally launched, introducing products in visually contrasting versions to meet with Part M regulations. In 2016 the company added the award-winning Mode locating plug socket to the range. It was designed to assist people with impaired vision or poor hand to eye coordination to more easily insert a plug into a socket. Other innovations for the range include the addition of USB sockets – now available in one- and two-gang, and single and twin USB options. In 2018 a 3-pin safety shutter socket, which exceeds the required safety standards, was launched.
The launch last year of an in-house laser etching service, adds another dimension to Scolmore’s Mode range. The module etching is done using a specially acquired laser printer, which produces a precise, permanent, fine marking effect and offers flexibility to suit large volume orders or for customised jobs. This in-house facility allows Scolmore to offer a fully bespoke service to customers, who can order customised laser etched modules to suit the range of projects they are working on. 14 of the most popular printed legends will be produced – including dishwasher, cooker hood, washing machine, fridge freezer.
All of Scolmore’s white moulded and Mode Part M wiring accessories are manufactured using Urea Formaldehyde, which has similar inherent properties to antimicrobial additives that inhibit the growth of infectious diseases.
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