This article is a summary of latest HQTS webinar “Sourcing Home Appliance from China: Ensuring Quality and Compliance”, with Vestel General Manager Ulas Ozcan and HQTS Quality Control Consumer line specialist Sam Caan as speakers, you can watch the webinar for free clicking
The myenergi zappi, Britain’s best-selling eco-smart EV charging device, has been crowned ‘best wallbox home electric car charger’ in the Auto Express Driver Power survey.
Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation and energy management, has announced the relaunch of mySchneider for electricians in the UK and Ireland.
Know your home is safe and secure every day, wherever you are, with money-saving deals on the new range of smart Wi-Fi indoor and outdoor cameras from Yale.
As part of their drive to be more environmentally conscious, Aico have announced the launch of their new eco-fit range of alarms.
When you need to source cables s for your projects your local stockist will often be your first port of call. You may set out to find a stockist that has sufficient stock levels and competitive pricing. However, what is your measure of a quality distributor?
Stothers M&E Ltd provide building engineering services across the UK and Ireland, with regional offices in Glasgow and Warrington, the Belfast-based national contractor was awarded a £75m development of two tower blocks in Manchester.
Recolight, the UK’s leading lighting WEEE compliance scheme, has set a target to be net zero carbon by 2030. The target, agreed by the Recolight board in January, will cover all Recolight’s operations.
HomeLINK have been awarded a 12-month project with Leeds City Council in a move towards improving the safety and wellbeing of their residents with IoT (Internet of Things) technology.
Aico facilitated a panel discussion on the LACORS (Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services) guidance document, in partnership with the NRLA (National Residential Landlords Association).
Mark Froggatt – Technical director
In a world reliant so heavily on data, poor quality and non-compliant data cables can have a catastrophic impact on the end user. It is crucial that structured cabling systems can accommodate data demand both now and, in the future.
As part of their ongoing support to Willowdene Rehabilitation, Aico have facilitated the redecoration of the reception area of the facility and the production of a corporate brochure.
A good cable is designed and manufactured to exacting specifications and performance standards. Independent third-party product approval and certification, by organisations such as the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC), acts to add value to verify compliance.