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85mm diameter x 32.5mm Ceiling Rose Base in Polycarbonate White (base only)

85mm diameter x 32.5mm Ceiling Rose Base in Polycarbonate White (base only)

This is the BG Electrical 661 85mm diameter base ceiling rose in white plastic (base only). It is pa..

Model: 561B

as low as £1.31 Ex. VAT

Decorative Ceiling Rose with Chrome Cover and Polycarbonate 3.5 Inch Diameter Base

Decorative Ceiling Rose with Chrome Cover and Polycarbonate 3.5 Inch Diameter Base

This is a decorative ceiling rose coming in a chrome finish.  Ceiling rose with polycar..

Model: 661CH

£8.63 Ex. VAT

Decorative Ceiling Rose Steel Cover and Polycarbonate 3.5 Inch Diameter Base

Decorative Ceiling Rose Steel Cover and Polycarbonate 3.5 Inch Diameter Base

This is a decorative ceiling rose coming in a steel finish.  Ceiling rose with polycarb..

Model: 661ST

£8.63 Ex. VAT

Hager PCR2000 Ashley Rock Click Plug-in Ceiling Rose, Lighting Plug 3 Pin 250V AC 6A

Hager PCR2000 Ashley Rock Click Plug-in Ceiling Rose, Lighting Plug 3 Pin 250V AC 6A

This is the Ashley Rock Click Plug-in Ceiling Rose, a Lighting Plug, 3 Pin 250V AC 6A rated. R..

Model: PCR2000

as low as £4.18 Ex. VAT

Hager P22 Klik 3 Pin Plug white

Hager P22 Klik 3 Pin Plug white

3 pin plug with cord grip and cover dimensions: 57mm x 25mm x 25mm fixing: Lead..

Model: P22

as low as £3.29 Ex. VAT

Hager P222 0.75mm³ flexible 2m cord Prewired Klik plug

Hager P222 0.75mm³ flexible 2m cord Prewired Klik plug

Pre-wired 6 Amp plug 0.75mm³ flexible cord P22: 3 pin 6 amp plug length: 2m low smoke, zero hal..

Model: P222

£9.14 Ex. VAT

Hager P64AXR Klik 6A 4 Pin Plug in Red, Klik Plug-in System

Hager P64AXR Klik 6A 4 Pin Plug in Red, Klik Plug-in System

This is a Hager four contact connector for special circuit wiring applications which enable a s..

Model: P64AXR

as low as £3.48 Ex. VAT

Hager CR64AX/2.0 White Ceiling Rose with 4 Core 1mm2 2m PVC Cable 6A for max. 5kg

Hager CR64AX/2.0 White Ceiling Rose with 4 Core 1mm2 2m PVC Cable 6A for max. 5kg

This is the Hager CR64AX c/w 4 Core 1mm2 2m PVC Lead for max. 5kg.  Rated operational vol..

Model: P64AR2M

£13.96 Ex. VAT

Hager P223 0.75mm³ flexible 3m cord Prewired Klik plug

Hager P223 0.75mm³ flexible 3m cord Prewired Klik plug

Pre-wired 6 Amp plug 0.75mm³ flexible cord P22: 3 pin 6 amp plug length: 3m low smoke, zero hal..

Model: P223

£11.81 Ex. VAT

Hager P224 0.75mm³ flexible 4m cord Prewired Klik plug

Hager P224 0.75mm³ flexible 4m cord Prewired Klik plug

Pre-wired 6 Amp plug 0.75mm³ flexible cord P22: 3 pin 6 amp plug length: 4m low smoke, zero hal..

Model: P224

£15.25 Ex. VAT

Hager CR64AX Klick 4 Pin Plug-in Ceiling Rose 6A in White, max. 5kg

Hager CR64AX Klick 4 Pin Plug-in Ceiling Rose 6A in White, max. 5kg

This is the Hager CR64AX Klick 4 pin Plug-in Ceiling Rose rated at 6A and holding a mechanical load ..

Model: PCR2/M

£8.88 Ex. VAT

Hager KLDS4 4 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 4 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

Hager KLDS4 4 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 4 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

Hager KLDS4 4 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 4 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box. Complies with BS 57..

Model: KLDS4

£84.13 Ex. VAT

Hager KLDS6 6 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 6 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

Hager KLDS6 6 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 6 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

This is the Hager KLDS6 6 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 6 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box, a Klik ..

Model: KLDS6

£97.81 Ex. VAT

Hager KLDS8 8 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 8 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

Hager KLDS8 8 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 8 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

This is the Hager KLDS8 8 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 8 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box, a Klik ..

Model: KLDS8

£116.13 Ex. VAT

Hager KLDS10 10 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 10 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

Hager KLDS10 10 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 10 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

This is the Hager KLDS10 10 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 10 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box, a Kl..

Model: KLDS10

£140.90 Ex. VAT

Hager KLDS12 12 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 12 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

Hager KLDS12 12 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 12 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box

This is the Hager KLDS12 12 Way Klik LDS Marshalling Box, 12 Outlets Lighting Distribution Box, a Kl..

Model: KLDS12

£160.89 Ex. VAT

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Will the Modular Lighting be the Ideal Lighting Solution for Schools?

A large increase in demand for public services, including the education sector, has been fuelled by a booming population and an increase in migration; to tackle lighting in schools, the question is, Will the modular lighting be the ideal lighting solution? Some local authorities have had problems in accommodating the streams of new students applying to their schools. One way in which this problem is being addressed is with ‘modular buildings’. A modular building is a prefabricated building, where individual sections are constructed off-site. The sections are then brought together and combined on-site. This unique construction process means the building's infrastructure will have to be configured differently to normal buildings. This includes the lighting for these ‘modular schools’, whose installation could be a difficulty because the entire building is not made on the same site. This makes planning a functional light system difficult. However, modular lighting could prove a fine solution and meet the needs of the flourishing modular building market. Strains on the education sector that make modular buildings necessary The education sector has predicted diverging fortunes during a potentially big change in industry hiring trends. Demand for British Universities has actually declined following the uncertainty caused by Brexit, and less overseas students are applying to complete their degrees in the UK. However, experts predict a sharp rise in demand for primary and secondary school spaces, and relevant industry training following that. Projections made in 2018 state there will be a surge in demand for London schools, particularly in the next five years. Figures from the London Datastore show that London will need to find places for approximately 4,800 new students each year. This may prove to be a huge strain on the UK education sector. The big question is whether this demand can be met - and how. Modular buildings compared to traditionally designed buildings Modular buildings present a far quicker alternative to traditional ‘brick and mortar’ schools. It is estimated they can be built in 70% of the time it takes to construct a traditional school. The materials used to build them have been designed in a way so that they can be re-used and re-purposed, making them more eco-friendly. Faster construction times result in lowered costs for the building work itself. However, it also enables substantial cost savings in regards to supply chain efficiency and labour costs. This is due to the fact there is less requirement for skilled construction workers. The money saved in construction has not reflected poorly in the quality of modular housing. In fact, they can easily meet high-spec designs, and are adaptable to meet the standards of a school building. They are functional, long-lasting and aesthetically pleasing. We here at Sparks are delighted to offer a range of modular lighting controls. They are convenient not only for schools but for domestic premises as well. What do modular lighting systems and controls provide? There are various modular lighting systems on the market, all of which offer different features. One example is the Vitesse Plus system made by CP Electronics. We here at Sparks supply modular parts from the Vitesse range, which you can find here. The Vitesse Plus offers a great variety of functions, and are useful for both installers and users. It has a built-in pre-set menu with up to four detectors. This allows users to configure and reconfigure the system quickly and effectively in most settings. The Vitesse Plus includes PIR and microwave combined presence/absence detectors. These movement sensors are ideal for eco-efficiency, as they will turn on only when they detect the heat and motion emitted by people. This system from CP Electronics also includes dimming control switches. These alter the brightness of automatically controlled DALI or DSI bulbs. This means you can adjust the lights to blend in with the natural light levels of their surroundings. Not only does this mean that lighting levels are easily changeable, but it also ensures that energy is used in the most efficient way possible.Buy Modular Lighting at Sparks Modular lighting: tackling the key issues that face today’s schools Schools now face greater levels of scrutiny regarding their eco-friendliness, as they must comply with relevant government legislation. Most notably, Part L of the Building Regulations and the BREEAM standards raise a high level of expectation. Thankfully, modular lighting can meet these expectations, as many of them are designed with eco-efficiency in mind. With traditional building methods, the lighting of an entire school can be very inefficient. They have inherent problems with regards to lighting. 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