Fuse Box Replacement

Fuse Box

Does your current Fuse Box look like one of these?

What you see here are typical 1960's Wylex fuse boxes with rewirable Fuses. This type of fuse box is not RCD Protected & the fuses do not blow at the stated current carrying cpacity. ie a piece of 30 amp fuse wire may take double the amount of current before it blows. If you have a electrical mains fuse box that looks like this in Leeds it could be a tell tale sign you may need a rewire. Get in touch and get it checked out today.

MPS electrical  can upgrade your fuse box and entire mains electrical distribution in Leeds, Wakefield, York & Harrogate for a fixed affordable price. All circuits have to be tested and will be inspected in accordance to the wiring regulations BS7671 to make sure all is in good working order. MPS will then issue a certificate which has to be a Electrical Installation Completion Certificate accompanied with a schedule of test results and a schedule of inspections.
If you have a replacement mains board then it must be accompanied with a Electrical Completion certificate. This will have a schedule of inspections & a schedule test results along with a front page that the Inspector signs. No certificate, Not done properly.

Completed Fuse Box Replacements

Complete Fuse Box Replacement
Complete Fuse Box Replacement
Complete Fuse Box Replacement
Complete Fuse Box Replacement
Complete Fuse Box Replacement
RCD Edition Fuse Box

RCD Fuse boxes come in two types which we offer, install and supply in Leeds - Bradford - Wakefield - York & Harrogate and these come in two forms.

The first type of fuse box is a dual RCD fuse box, these are the budget type of fuse box because they incorporate two master RCD'S that control a bank of miniature circuit breakers, this means when the master RCD which is one of two operates under any fault conditions it isolates a complete bank of circuit breakers.

The second type of fuse box is what we recommend is the RCBO fuse box, the difference with this fuse box is each circuit breaker has its own RCD built into it, therefore any fault within the property if it occurs stays limited to the one RCBO that activates under fault conditions.

Now imagine you have a dual RCD fuse box installed and a fault occurs on any o the sub circuits one of the RCD masters (one of two) occurs, this means a complete bank of circuit breakers will be isolated plunging you into powerless darkness. The fault could be over any of the sub circuits installed leaving you clueless and having to fault find multiple circuits in order for the master RCD to reset, trust it will not until you have fixed the offending circuit involved and this can be costly and time consuming as instead of a electrician fault finding the one circuit in order to restore power to the master RCD which in turn restores power to multiple circuits the master RCD governs you have to work through each one fault finding to find the offending culprit.

Now, with a RCBO board, if a fault develops, the one RCBO will trip off, so for example it says "Ground floor sockets" the electrician knows that something on the ground floor sockets is causing the issue so his/her time is limited to investigating that circuit instead of a complete bank of potential circuits affected. See what i mean in the difference in fuse boxes ?. Good read on.

MPS Install and replace both single and three phase distribution boards in commercial or industrial sectors.

Relamping

Relamping refers to the replacement and cleaning of lighting components and fixtures including lamps, ballasts and diffusers, such as acrylic lens and parabolic louvers. Relamping is employed in almost every industry sector but schedules relamping is more often used in multi-site situations in retail, commercial and industrial buildings, more specifically, stores, showrooms, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, schools, offices, warehouses and factories. This is undertaken to ensure optimal lighting and energy efficiency. As part of this relamping service, MPS is always looking to improve the energy efficiency of the lamps and lighting systems used. 

There are two types of re-lamping carried out by MPS, Group Relamping which is the relamping of an entire area, floor or building and Spot Relamping which is relamping as needed of only spent lamps and ballasts Spot relamping is most frequently used, but group relamping can be more cost-effective and energy efficient and better employed by companies wishing to utilize the latest energy saving devices.

Our relamping services include:

  • Maintaining the integrity of the original lighting design to its specification.

  • Replacing lamps and ballasts to ensure optimal light per kilowatt of the unit.

  • Recommendations for energy savings lighting solutions.

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