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MK goes into service at Headley Court


The Help for Heroes Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court in Surrey is the first major project undertaken by the charity and incorporates many tried and tested products from MK Electric. Headley Court is where those seriously wounded on active duty are sent and the complex will house a superb swimming pool, two gyms and a research centre. It will provide a crucial centre for physical rehabilitation, the charity says.

The construction companies involved are working on a charitable basis which has significantly reduced the cost of the building. “This is a flagship job for SEC where we want the client to have the best building possible”, says project manager David Davis. “So we chose MK products because of their proven quality. In all my 15 years in this industry I have never yet been called back to a faulty switch or socket from their range”.

The Logic Plus range of wiring accessories was installed throughout the building. These are designed to complement modern interiors, offering an unobtrusive and sophisticated look totally in keeping with today’s design. Technically, they exceed British Standard requirements with patented features that make these products the most advanced and safest available. Logic Plus products are made from a high grade thermoset material which has an inherent antimicrobial property. In recent independent tests, the Logic Plus products were equal to, or exceeded, competitor ‘Anti-Bac’ products when tested for resistance to MRSA, E-Coli, Salmonella and Klebsiella Pneumoniae.

Grid Plus, a modular switching and monitoring system, was also installed. The comprehensive range of modules includes switches, indicators, dimmers, secret key switches, printed switches and buzzer units – making it the ideal system for public buildings. Easy to fit and change, Grid Plus modules simply clip into place from the front of the mounting frame.

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