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Hager VML910CU 10 Way Dual 100A RCD Configurable Metal Consumer Unit 18th Edition Fuseboard

Model No. VML910C by: Hager
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This is the Hager VML910CU 10 Way Metal Consumer Unit Split Load Configurable 100A Main Switch Disc 2 x 100A 30mA Type A RCCB Hager Fuseboard 18th Edition. 

Please note: this board does not include the MCBs, these need to be ordered separately. It takes the MTN range type B SP 6kA MCBs: MTN106 (6A), MTN110 (10A), MTN120 (20A), MTN132 (32A), MTN140 (40A), and MTN150 (50A) - to be ordered separately (add to the basket the required quantity of each).

It is ideal for or the distribution of power in a residential application, conforming to BS EN 61439-3 including Annex ZB (16kA rating).

Hager VML910CU 10 Way Metal Consumer Unit - Features

  • Dimensions of installed product: 246mm height x 370mm width x 100mm depth
  • Rated current: 100A
  • 10 way configurable consumer unit with 100A switch and 2 x 100A 30mA Type A RCCB
  • Metal split load and configurable enclosures with ability to protect selected circuits with RCBOs and remainder of circuits split across two RCCBs
  • It comes supplied with a full metal DIN rail and 2 RCCBs and full complement of earth and neutral terminals along with marking labels, busbar and instructions.
  • Conforms to BS EN 61439-3 Including Annex ZB (16kA rating)
  • Type of door closing: non-keylock, not interlockable
  • Number of modules: 10
  • Incoming terminal capacity: 50mm2
  • It is a 10-way configurable consumer unit
  • It comes supplied with 2 x 100A 30mA Type A RCDs and 1 x 100A DP isolator
  • Number of rows: 1 row
  • RAL colour number: 9019
  • Protection index IP: IP2XC
  • Weight: 4.2kg
  • Standards: Conforms to BS EN 61439-3 Including Annex ZB
  • It contains top, bottom, rear knockouts and a meter tail cable entry plate

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Consumer Units
Amperage Rating 100A
Compliance BS EN 61439-3 Including Annex ZB
Domestic/Industrial Domestic
IP rating IP2XC rated
Length 370mm
Manufacturer Hager
Mounting Surface Mounted
Number of Ways 10
Range High Integrity Configurable
RCD included 2 x 100A 30mA Type A RCDs
Width 246mm
Depth 100mm

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Why we Always Recommend the Hager Consumer Units First

As a reputable electrical wholesaler with many decades worth of experience in selling consumer units, we have to acknowledge that, when it comes to consumer units, we always recommend the Hager consumer units first. You cannot really say what is the best consumer unit, but based on what we know so far and on the feedback we had both from the supplier and the consumer side, the best consumer units we can recommend to most customers are the Hager Consumer units. You may think we may be too much, but in this article, we will outline some of the main reasons for this. What is a Consumer Unit?A Consumer unit, as defined by IET, is a particular type of distribution board comprising type-tested and coordinated assembly for the control and distribution of electrical energy, mainly in domestic premises. A consumer unit incorporates manual means of double-pole insulation on the incoming circuit(s) and an assembly of one or more fuses (also called circuit breakers, MCBs), residual current operated devices or signalling and other devices are proven to be type-test of the assembly as suitable for use. In other words (in layman's terms), a consumer unit is a metal box where the electricity comes into the house and from which it is distributed, and it has a lot of breakers that control the flow of electricity and stop the overflow if needed. Buy the Hager VML106RK 6 Way Consumer UnitWhat are the main types of Consumer Units in the UKIn the United Kingdom, there are four main types of consumer units. 1. First, there are the main switch consumer units, which offer the highest degree of circuit separation. All circuits are protected from earth leakage independently. This solution is a more expensive solution, as it uses RCBOs instead of MCBs. Hager provides a wide range of Mains Switch Consumer units. 2. Second, there are the dual RCD consumer units, which are a cost-effective solution to meet the most recent regulations. Each consumer unit is protected by two RCDs, each RCD protects a bank of circuits from earth leakage. Hager in particular offers a good number of such dual RCD consumer units at a very affordable price. 3. The third kind of consumer unit is the High Integrity Consumer Unit, which is usually installed in larger properties that have a greater number of circuits. This kind of consumer unit offers good circuit separation through the use of two or more RCDs, while at the same time allowing for the independent use of RCBOs. Many such HI consumer units have a flexible configuration, so you can use as many RCBOs as you need, based on the number of ways provided. Again, Hager offers many such High Integrity consumer units. 4. Finally, the last type of consumer unit is the RCD incomer consumer unit, which is less common than the other types since the RCD incomer doesn't use a main switch. Such boards are mainly used as sub-boards to a main distribution panel. How to Choose the Right Consumer Unit?Many customers ask us this question, how do I choose the right consumer unit? Similarly, they may ask where to locate it, what should the budget be, and what type and size of the consumer unit he needs for the number of circuits he has in his house or property. There are many manufacturers who make excellent quality consumer units, and on our website, we mainly distribute Schneider, BG Electrical, and Hager; out of all these, we highly recommend the Hager Consumer Units. Things to bear in mind when choosing the right consumer unit are:Where do I locate the consumer unit?What do I use it for?How many ways do I need, and how many modules do I require?Are there any special consideration circuits?Does the Consumer Unit need to be flush or surface mounted?Why we Always Recommend the Hager Consumer Units FirstThere are many technical details and specifications that need to be considered when it comes to a consumer unit, but in this article, we only want to outline why we always recommend the Hager consumer units first. Here are the main reasons Hager Consumer Units are our go-to brand and range:Excellent quality. Made in France and widely distributed and appreciated, the Hager Consumer Units are made up to the highest standard and have excellent quality. Availability: in stock. When it comes to some of the other manufacturers, the stock is a problem; not with Hager, we hold large stocks of Hager Consumer Units, and they are always available within 2-3 working days to be ordered if not in stock. Conforming to the latest Regulations. All the Hager Consumer Units we sell conform to the latest regulations, and they are constantly working on developing and improving the quality of their products. Price: always the best price. Guaranteed the best price for a domestic consumer unit. Both the Hager Consumer Units and the Hager MCBs, RCBOs, and RCDs are available at the most reasonable price in the market, especially at Sparks. Full range and great support: the range of Hager Consumer Units available is very wide, and we bring many of them in. Hager focuses not only on the popular lines but on full systems and solutions. Furthermore, the support that Hager customer service offers is equal to none. Both we and the customers are pleased. Buy Hager VML108SPDRK 8 Way 100A Sw Disc Consumer UnitWhat are the most popular Hager Consumer Units?In conclusion, here are some of the most popular Hager Consumer Units which we both recommend and sell almost daily. For installing these consumer units, please consult a registered electrician. For more information related to the Hager Consumer Units, do not hesitate to contact us either via phone or email. Hager VML110RK 10 Way 100A Main Switch Incomer Consumer Unit Round Knockouts (Design 10)Hager VML108SPDRK 8 Way 100A Switch Disconnector Incomer Metal Consumer Unit c/w Type 2 SPD Factory FittedHager VML910CU 10 Way Dual 100A RCD Configurable Metal Consumer Unit 18th Edition FuseboardHager VML106RK 6 Way 100A Main Switch Incomer Consumer Unit Round Knockouts (Design 10)

Tips for Fire and Electrical Safety and Avoiding Electrical Fires at Home

When it comes to fire safety and electrical fires, we can become very complacent due to a feeling of familiarity. However, overlooking important security issues such as electrical safety can be fatal. Every year, around 70 people are killed and 350,000 injured due to home electrical accidents. Electricity causes almost half of all accidental house fires in the UK; they threaten both your property and your possessions, and possibly your life. The reasons behind these frightening statistics become obvious if you consider the typical, modern lifestyle. We use an array of appliances and gadgets in everyday aspects of our lives including cooking, washing and gardening, and many of these can pose an electrical fire risk. Thankfully, we here at Sparks can provide you with advice that will enable you to avoid the likelihood of an electrical fire in your home. Our tips for keeping on top of electrical safety in your home Ensure you have at least one Residual Current Device (RCD) An RCD is a potentially life-saving device, for it is designed to prevent you from receiving a fatal shock at home (if you were to touch a bare, live wire, for example). It's primary purpose is to turn the electricity off automatically if it detects a fault. This means that an RCD will provide some degree of protection against electrical fires. RCDs provide a higher level of protection than ordinary fuses and circuit breakers. Under UK safety standards almost all sockets in new electrical installations (and new sockets) must be protected by an RCD. There are three main kinds of RCD: fixed, socket-outlet and portable. Fixed RCDs are the most important kind of RCD to have installed in your home. They are placed in the consumer unit (fusebox) and provide protection to individual or groups of circuits. The socket-outlet type has an inbuilt RCD, which offers protection to the person in contact with equipment plugged into the socket, as well as from the lead. Portable RCDs will plug into any standard socket outlet, and you can then plug your appliance into the RCD. Portable RCD types are commonly used for outdoor appliances, such as mowing the lawn or trimming hedges.Buy RCDs at Sparks Have an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) periodically An EICR is a periodic inspection report on a property's safety in relation to its electrical wiring . This report has also been called the ‘Landlord Safety Test’ or the ‘Homebuyers Test’. The tests are carried out by qualified electricians. We would highly recommend that you have an EICR inspection carried out every 10 years for your home. The primary purpose of an EICR is to guarantee the safety of the resident and to ensure they are not susceptible to electrical shocks and/or fires. You can have one arranged by clicking on this link. Precautions when using portable heaters Place the heater on a level surface, away from anything that may knock it over. Make sure the heater is at least a metre away from combustible materials, and do not use it to dry your clothes on. Do not leave the heater ON and unattended for an extended period of time. Never power a heater from an extension lead. These leads can become overloaded and start electrical fires. Electrical Safety First (ESF) has a free online ‘Product recall checker’ where you can find if your portable heater (or any other item) has been recalled. Other general tips for preventing the occurrence of electrical fires Ensure that you have conducted an EICR in due time, you are RCD protected and use portable heaters safely; these are some of the crucial steps to take in preventing electrical fires. Here are some other general tips: Don’t overload electrical adaptors by plugging too many appliances into one socket, especially those with a high electrical current rating such as kettles, irons and heaters. Visit this link from ESF to ensure your sockets are safe. Check flexible cables for damage, wear and tear, and see that the plug is fastened securely to the cable. Don’t use the appliance unless both it and its cable are in adequate condition. Don’t store combustible materials, such as clothes, papers or cleaning materials close to your service head (cutout fuse), electricity meter or fuse box. Hand-held electrical appliances, such as hair dryers and straighteners get heated during regular use. Make sure that when you have finished using them, you switch them off, unplug them and store them away safely. Check your sockets regularly – if you see burn marks or they feel hot, get a registered electrician to check if they need repairing or replacing. Make sure that you have a working smoke alarm on each floor of your property – if a fire does start, this will give you a chance to get out safely. If you follow these tips, you should have significantly reduced the risk of an accidental electrical fire in your home.Buy Switches and Sockets at Sparks

Simple Visual Safety Checks around your Home that can Save your Life

When we are at home, we usually feel very safe and become complacent. However, overlooking important security issues such as electrical safety can be fatal. Doing some visual safety checks around your home can save your life. Each year, around 70 people are killed and 350,000 are injured due to an electrical accident at home. Electricity causes almost half of all accidental house fires in the UK, so it may damage your property and possessions - and threaten your life. The reason for these worrying statistics becomes obvious if you consider our modern lifestyle. We use an array of appliances and gadgets in everyday aspects of our lives. If you consider home systems such as Alexa and Google Home, we rely on technology now more than ever. Thankfully, Electrical Safety First (ESF) has a wealth of information on how to use electrical devices safely at home: you can engage in a simple visual safety check and ESF even offers a free intuitive app. We here at Sparks take electrical safety at home very seriously. In this article, we will run through simple measures you can take now - to make you and your family safer. The basics of visual safety checks: RCD protection Firstly, you should check that you have RCD protection in your fuse box. An RCD is a life-saving device, designed to prevent you from receiving a fatal shock at home; if you were to touch a bare, live wire, for example. It provides a higher level of protection than ordinary fuses and circuit breakers. Under UK safety standards almost all sockets in new electrical installations (and new sockets) must be guarded by an RCD. If you have one or more RCDs, you should ensure they are working properly by pressing the ‘Test’ button, at least once every three months.Buy RCDs at Sparks The basics of a visual safety check: Don’t overload sockets Install more sockets instead of overloading them! Here's a suggestion: the 1 Gang 13A Double Pole Switched Single Socket in Brushed Steel BG Nexus Metal Raised Plate. Now that the average household has a multitude of devices used by every family member, there is a greater need for sockets. Many people have extension leads in their homes, using 4-way bar adaptors to increase the number of appliances that they can plug in. If this is the case in your home, then you should: Make sure you know the total current rating and wattage of plugged-in appliances before you plug in and use them with an extension lead or socket. Ensure you know the total current rating (amperage) and the wattage of the appliances you are using. The total current rating shouldn’t exceed the maximum current rating of the lead, and the wattage cannot exceed 3000W. Otherwise, the plug in the wall socket can overheat and potentially start a fire. Check the current rating of the extension lead prior to plugging any appliances into it. Most leads are 13A rated; however some are rated at 10A or lower, and you will need to know this. Use only one extension lead per socket to avoid the risk of overloading. Always defer from plugging one extension lead into another. Use a multiway bar extension lead – many ‘block’ adaptors do not have a fuse and are not recommended for use, as they are not very safe. Install more sockets if you need to. If you regularly need to use an extension lead in a certain area of your house, we recommend you get a registered electrician to install an extra double socket there. Electrical Safety First has developed an online “socket calculator” to help ensure you are using your sockets safely.Buy BG Nexus Metal Raised Plate The basics of a visual safety checks: other steps to take Checking that you are RCD protected and haven’t overloaded your sockets are two crucial safety checks you can conduct yourself. There are many other top tips from ESF, which we shall go through here: Check that visible cables and leads are in good condition. Regularly check for danger signs. These include the smell of hot plastic (melting sockets or appliances), and scorch marks around a socket, plug or appliance. Also be on the lookout for damaged or frayed leads, or fuses that keep blowing for no apparent reason. Examine your light fittings to see they have no visible signs of damage and that your downlighters are in good working condition. Do not store combustible materials around your fuse box, electricity meter or electrical intake. Don’t use the top of the microwave for extra storage space. Never leave cables trailing under carpets or rugs. Make sure your electrical items are switched off when you are not using them. Never take mains-powered electrical items into the bathroom. What you can achieve with a visual safety check Using these tips and the ESF visual safety app (available to download for your iPhone or Android phone), you could have a quick look over your home now to see that you are using your electrical appliances safely. However, if you are having a new installation built, or want a thorough check of your home then don’t hesitate to contact a registered electrician.

Tips for Electrical Safety at Home, from Visual Checks to Total Home Safety

As people spend more time indoors, it is essential we use household appliances safely and responsibly, so we always need to be reminded of electrical safety at home. In this article, we’ll inform you how to stay safe when dealing with numerous appliances in different areas of your home. Electrical Safety First (ESF) has a great visual checklist to determine if your home appliances are safe, room by room. They also have a visual checks app which is free to download. Electrical Safety at Home, even Across your Home Sockets and Switches Avoid water coming into contact with any electricity by fitting your sockets and switches far away from the sink. The distance should be at least 30 cm (horizontally). Never touch electrical equipment with wet hands. Appliances such as fridges and washing machines that are fitted under worktops should be controlled via a fuse connection unit. If a socket is likely to supply portable electrical equipment outdoors, then you should protect it with an RCD. ESF explains the importance of installing RCDs in this article. We sell a range of RCDs at Sparks Direct, such as the Masterplug from BG Electrical, which is designed for outdoor usage.Electrical Safety when doing DIY RCDs are also important for DIY fanatics. Electrical accidents caused by DIY are prevalent, with 70 people dying and 350,000 injured every year as a result in the UK. Here we have five major rules for home DIY and electrical safety at home: Locate cables in your wall. Do not drill, nail or screw anything into them. Use an RCD - have one fitted into your fuse box. Shut off your mains power and use battery-powered tools. Check that your power tools - and their leads - are in good condition. If you are unsure about anything, get advice from a registered electrician.Buy RCDs at Sparks Electrical Safety for Downlights Poorly installed downlights are one of the most significant causes of fires in UK homes each year. When replacing downlights follow these golden rules: Ensure you read and follow the manufacturer's instructions. Make sure you double-check you have the correct replacements that do not exceed the maximum allowed voltage. If the lamp holder is damaged, don’t fit the downlight but seek advice from an electrician. More information on downlight safety is available here. Electrical Safety for Portable heaters There are three kinds of commonly used portable heaters. They are halogen heaters, fan heaters and oil radiators. Fan heaters and oil radiators pose more of a fire hazard, which can be caused by children and elderly people accidentally knocking them over. Take these precautions when using portable heaters: Place the heater on a level surface, removed from anything that may knock it over. Ensure the heater is at least a metre away from combustible materials, and do not use it to dry your clothes. Never leave the heater on and unattended for an extended period of time. Never power a heater from an extension lead. These leads can become overloaded and start fires. Inspect your heater for damage. If the heater is in a bad condition do not use it. Buy only from recognized manufacturers and retailers. Register your new portable heater with a manufacturer. This way it is easier to get in contact if a safety notice or recall is required. Electrical Safety First has a free online ‘Product recall checker’ where you can find if your portable heater (or any other item) has been recalled.Buy Safe Portable Heaters Electrical safety in your bedroom If a device such as a tablet or phone is left by on the bedding or under a pillow it can dangerously overheat. When your family are charging their devices, they must: Ensure the device is on a hard surface such as a desk or table. Never charge devices under a pillow or other combustible materials. Turn of all their devices before they go to bed. Not use fake or unbranded chargers. Never place liquids close to electrical appliances. Electrical safety in the bathroom The consequences of electric shocks can be most devastating in the bathroom, as wet skin reduces the body’s resistance. It is essential you follow these rules to avoid an accident. Sockets must be fitted at least three meters from the bath or shower. Enclosed lights are preferable for bathroom usage. Look for lights with IP44+ ratings. A ceiling-mounted pull cord is the safest switch type to use in the bathroom. Any electric and gas heaters in a bathroom should be fixed. Electric showers must be supplied via their own circuit, straight from your fuse box. Never bring a mains-powered portable appliance such as hairdryer, heater or radio into the bathroom. This could prove fatal.Buy Safe Mirror Lights Total home safety ESF have extensive articles such as this one on electrical fires, which includes advice on maintaining everything from portable heaters to tumble dryers and washing machines. You can get professional help via an Electrical Installation Conditions Report (EICR). Registered electricians will check if your appliance is safe to use until the next inspection. Alternatively, they may advise on repair work that needs to be completed. Whether you take the DIY approach or get an electrician in, keeping on top of your overall home electrical safety can be difficult. ESF offers you a fantastic source of guidance, providing comprehensive safety advice for every room and appliance in your house. This article was inspired by numerous articles from the Electrical Safety First site.


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