Lighting Advice

Lighting Advice
All our light fittings must be fitted in accordance with the current IEE wiring regulations and building regulations.
We strongly recommend you employ a qualified NICEIC-registered electrician, and that our product's installation guide is always followed.

Outdoor Lighting
When buying a light for outdoors or for the bathroom you need to check the IP rating. The higher the rating, the more protected it is. It is important to understand the rating by which bathroom and some outdoor lights are classified. IP rating stands for "Ingress Protection" and is always followed by two numbers. These numbers refer to the level of protection and it is important that you choose fittings with the correct rating according to where they are to be sited within the bathroom or outdoors.

Safety & Regulation
All our products are designed and manufactured to BS EN 60598 and are suitable for installation and use within the UK. if the intended country of use is not within the UK the buyer is resposible for ensuring all products are suitable and compatible with the wiring system, supply voltages and installation requirements of the destination country prior to ordering. All our Products can be made to any international standard.

Table and Floor Lamps must be fitted with a bulb before being plugged in and safely positioned before being turned on.
Never drape fabric or material over a shade or loose bulb as this is a serious fire hazard.
Always ensure a safe distance between curtains and table and floor lamps and fittings.

Useful Links

Search Registered Electricians http://www.niceic.com/

Energy Saving Trust http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/

Fire Safety http://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety

Lighting Industry Association http://www.thelia.org.uk/

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