First of its kind Voltage Optimisation system to be launched
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VO4HOME Ltd will be launching two new additions to its innovative domestic and small business voltage optimisation product range at Ecobuild, the world’s largest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment, in March.
The company will be unveiling a new, first of its kind, 100Amp 3 phase unit aimed at industrial and retail businesses with electricity bills of up to £25K per annum. It will be the first time wholesalers and electrical retailers will be able to market a product of this kind to their customers.
Created by a team that has over 150 years combined experience in designing and manufacturing energy saving solutions, the new 3 phase unit has a single drop and will enable wholesalers to offer customers 10V, 15V or 20V models. A more efficient, slimmer and more compact single phase unit will also be unveiled at the show.
Commenting on the launch of the new products, VO4HOME business development manager Geoff Clifton said: “By offering a wider selection of products with multiple 5V taps through the addition of these new products to the VO4HOME range, the benefits of voltage optimisation will be accessible to a greater number of potential users. The 100Amp 3 phase unit, in particular, will cater for the untapped SME sector and will enable these businesses to benefit from significant energy and carbon reductions.”
He added: “The new products will be available from our extensive network of wholesalers and partners across the UK and Europe. The installers will be able to recommend the most appropriate solution to their customers.”
VO4HOME‘s voltage optimisation systems can help achieve substantial power and carbon savings, is easy to install and incredibly cost-effective. The company’s range of products – including the 100Amp 3 phase unit and the compact single phase unit – will be exhibited at Ecobuild, stand N2300.
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