There are so many reasons to choose Wylex.
Wylex are a market leading brand in circuit protection.
We can help you to comply with the 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations with our latest Single Module Arc Fault Detection Devices. Wylex Arc Fault Detection Devices (AFDDs) include AFD, MCB & RCD technology to provide protection against overload, short circuit, earth leakage and arc fault conditions.
Get the best for your next commercial installation with our NHVM160 Panelboards , our 125A Vertical Stack Lighting and Power MCB Distribution Boards and have more space in your next consumer unit thanks to our Miniature RCBOs.
Wylex has a varied range of solutions to help get the best out of our next project.
With so many reasons to choose Wylex the question is, why choose anything less?
Single Module Arc Fault Detection Devices
Over 13,000 house fires in the UK are caused by electrical. You want to keep you and your clients properties safe. Safe do we.
Our latest innovation, the single module arc fault detection device, combines three in one technology in one clever little product:
It does the job of an MCB and an RCD, and it is able to detect arc faults that other types of technology simply can’t. What’s more, it is the same size as a standard MCB and that means that it can be retrofitted into existing boards to upgrade the levels of protection against electrical fires.
This latest product from Wylex can also be retrofitted into existing Wylex consumer units. Saving you time on site and helps you get on with more important jobs.
There are so many benefits to using arc fault detection devices.
Discover our dedicated section on AFDDs and how they will help you comply towards the 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations.
We also discuss the most populat questions on arc fault detection devices on episode 6 of the Electrium podcast:
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