Neweys Online recently posted a new video to their You Tube channel which demonstrates the speed of installing the new Starbreaker from leading manufacturer, Crabtree.
Set against a standard consumer unit, this video shows how installation can be completed within 26 seconds compared to an installation time of 5 minutes.
You can purchase Crabtree products at Neweys online who are running a Free Delivery promotion until the end of June
In addition to the videos on domestic water and plumbing systems, we have now added a series of six videos to YouTube all about domestic electricity and how the electrics in your home work.
The series of videos explain how electricity enters your home, about consumer units, RCD’s, MCB’s and surge protection, lighting circuits and switches, ring mains and radial circuits, how external electrical items are supplied and what protects them, and how garden electrical installation such as pond pumps and filters work.
Each video is between two and six and a half minutes long, so you can watch them individually or as a series to learn about domestic electricity systems.
Take advantage of a Free Delivery Promotion at Neweys Online from June the 6th to ensure you have all the right electrical equipment for any bank holiday DIY projects.
Free Delivery will be available on all orders placed from the 6th of June to the 30th of June 2012. No voucher or promotional code is required as the standard delivery charge will be automatically removed during the checkout process. Delivery charge promotion is not valid on orders placed directly with your branch, to take advantage of this offer with your agreed trade pricing simply fill out the website registration form.
Customers are also encouraged by the web team at Neweys Online to follow the company Facebook and Twitter Pages for up to date announcements during the coming weeks, when promotions, stock levels and delivery messages will be posted.
Neweys Online recently added new product lines to help electrical contractors comply with the 17th Edition 1st amendment and the EU Phase Out rule as well as a full range of PPE workwear and Cat 6 trunking. Customer can order for Next Day Delivery up until 8pm or chose to collect in branch.
Demand for increased digital TV installations ahead of the Olympics and Euro 2012 inspire new products and promotional pricing from Newey & Eyre
As the UK eagerly anticipates a summer of major sporting events and the Queen’s Jubilee weekend, installers of digital TV equipment are experiencing an increase demand for upgrades to comply with the digital switchover and additional multi-room capabilities.
To help installers meet this demand and keep their quotes competitive leading electrical wholesaler Newey & Eyre has launched its new range of RG6 Shotgun cables.
Kevin Norman, product marketing manager for Newey & Eyre, comments: “With the summer games fast approaching, as well as the digital switchover which is due to complete this year, there is a burgeoning demand for installers to provide an additional digital service. In anticipation of this increasing demand, we have launched the new RG6 Shotgun cable and ensured that our branches are fully stocked in order to meet our customers’ needs.”
The Newlec RG6 cable offers great value for money comes complete with a 1mm copper clad steel conductor and is available in 100m drums. Further to this is the higher specification Newlec PF100 satellite cable which is CAI approved, ensuring that the cable performs with the minimum of signal loss and offering the end user a higher picture quality.
The ideal choice when fitting Sky+™ and Sky HD ™, the twin coaxial cable can reduce both installation time and cost, where a twin feed is required – when there is a ‘watch while you record’ feature. The cable comes with a one year guarantee and is available in 125m drums, making it easy to handle and transport.
However, if a twin feed is not needed, there is also a range of Newlec satellite cables to suit every application.
Promotional prices are live on the Neweysonline website and in the Newey & Eyre branch network across the UK.
Saw this great idea for using up old CD’s or those free ones you get sent sometimes and don’t know what to do with.
This example has full instructions here, but the guy making it did have to drill the holes in the CD’s to make them large enough for the bulb. You may well be able to find a bulb slim enough not to bother. There is another design for a second CD lamp here.