Commercial Electrical Services
We provide a professional testing service to businesses and domestic customers alike. Ensuring your electrical installation is safe and in accordance to BS7671, in your home or Business will give you peace of mind. Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) are provided following a periodic test of the installation and highlight any areas of non compliance.
We realise the importance of having reliable, proficient and qualified contractors when choosing a company to work with you on projects. As a Facilities management, Construction company or contracts manager having a reliable electrical installations team working with you can help you deliver against your promise and in line with your brand values and customer expectations.
From our website, you will be able to see the services we provide in the various sectors and environments. We are available to discuss projects that would enable you to fill the gap in your qualified electrical labour requirements and be suitable for us to undertake.
Please feel free to contact gsp to discuss how we may be able to work with and for you.
Electrical Fixed Wire and PAT Testing
We provide a professional testing service to businesses and domestic customers alike. Ensuring your electrical installation is safe and in accordance with BS7671 18th edition, in your Business, education facility or domestic environment will give you peace of mind.
Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) are provided following a periodic test of the installation and highlight any areas of non-compliance. Following the EICR, recommendations are made on how to get the installation up to standard or to achieve a satisfactory report as per BS7671.
We also use thermal imaging to enhance your EICR to provide insight into overloading. Following the EICR we can create a report, on request, highlighting any defects using photos. We can go into more detail to give our customer a better understanding of the defects and what may need to be done to repair.
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Electrical Testing Intervals
Ensure you are compliant and remove any risk of the action being taken.
Please contact us for a competitive quote and professional testing service for either out of date testing schedule or to discuss a more costs effective testing and reporting service.
Electrical Testing Compliance
The Health and safety at work Act 1974 puts a duty of care upon both employer and employee to ensure the safety of all persons using the work premises, including the self-employed.
The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) places such an obligation in the following circumstances:
✔ Where employees use appliances.
✔ Where the public may use appliances in establishments: such as hospitals, schools, hotels, shops.
✔ Where appliances are supplied or hired.
✔ Where appliances are repaired or serviced.
The level of inspection and testing required is dependent upon the risk of the appliance becoming faulty, which is in turn dependent upon the type of appliance, the nature of its use and the environment in which it is used.
✔ Change of tenancy
✔ Insurance purposes
✔ The period since the last inspection
✔ Buying a new property
✔ Selling a property
✔ Landlords renting
EICR is often requested when:
Commercial Electrical Testing
We provide a professional electrical testing service to all sizes of commercial properties. Ensuring your electrical installation is safe and in accordance with BS7671, in your Business will give you peace of mind. Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) are provided following a periodic test of the installation and highlight any areas of noncompliance or remedial works that are required. Following the report, we will confirm with you any necessary services and cost before any work is undertaken.
Industrial Electrical Testing
We provide a professional electrical testing service to all industrial sized buildings or warehouses. Ensuring your electrical installation is safe and in accordance with BS7671, in your industrial space will give you peace of mind. Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) are provided following a periodic test of the installation and highlight any areas of non-compliance.
Education PAT and Electrical Testing
Making sure that your electrical products are maintained is essential and we know that to comply with safety regulations, every item plugged into your electrical circuits needs to be checked, which can often result in a significant financial outlay.
Here at GSP offer a pat testing service that will be within your budget and completed by trained and qualified electrical engineers using the latest equipment.
Domestic Electrical Testing
We provide a professional electrical testing service to all size homes. Ensuring your electrical installation is safe and in accordance with BS7671, in your home or property will give you peace of mind. Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) are provided following a periodic test of the installation and highlight any areas of non-compliance.
Talkwire Limited Cable Containment
Cable Containment is an important part of installing a network’s infrastructure. The purpose of containment can be to support the cables en route, to make subsequent management of cables easier, to provide isolation of power and data cabling and also to make the installation aesthetically pleasing. Typically, products such as cable trays, cable ladders, and cable baskets are used to support a cable throughout the cabling route and trunking is used in the final presentation.
The systems below represent some of the main forms of cable containment systems available; however, the list is not exhaustive and new products are appearing on the market all the time.
A unit or assembly of of units and associated fittings forming a rigid structure system to secure or fasten cable and raceways. These are normally available in a range of light, medium and heavy duty gauges. It is usually galvanised, although special finishes such as powder coating are sometimes used.
is a variant of cable tray. It consists of a basket structure which, although not as structurally strong as cable tray, is lighter and easier to install. It is commonly used for support of light cabling such as data and telephone wiring.
comes as lengths of robust tube, available in both PVC and Steel. PVC conduit is available in light and heavy duty grades. Steel conduit is available in a galvanised finish or stainless steel.
Mini and Maxi Trunking
has a rectangular form and is available in various sizes manufactured from PVC and is suitable for data cabling, fibre cabling or power. Mini style is available in non-adhesive and self-adhesive variants, Maxi style is a larger and available as non-adhesive only.
is manufactured in various profiles, normally with two or more compartments. It can be obtained as dado trunking, skirting trunking or cornice trunking. Available in PVC, aluminium or steel, compartment trunking systems are a popular choice in office and similar spaces.
specially adapted for installation within floor voids, or screeds floor trunking commonly has two or more compartments enabling segregation and hence is used for 240V services as well as data and telecommunication systems. It is often fitted with custom floor boxes.
are commonly installed in conjunction with floor trunking systems and recessed floor boxes can be installed into a cavity floor or screeded floor. They comprise one or more compartments and accessory boxes which can be used to terminate many different services at one box.
Grid Outlet Position Boxes
(GOP) are a cost effective alternative to Floor Boxes and come in a range of sizes from single to 16 way. Coming with either flat or angled finish, GOP boxes present the LJ6C module either under the floor or under the desk for easy client patching.
Talkwire’s cabling engineers install cable containment to ensure that your network cables are either hidden from view or seamlessly integrate with the aesthetics of your working environment.
Cabling is a fundamental part of a building providing the connectivity for reliable performance.
Cabling is a fundamental part of a building providing the connectivity which is important for reliable performance. Our structured modular wiring arrives on site pre-wired and pre-tested where its plug and play format makes it quick and easy to fit, reducing installation time, minimising disruption at ground level thereby maximising productivity on site.
By integrating different types of cabling it is possible to maximise the efficiency of the system, for example using modular wiring to connect the supply of light fittings, fan coil units, small power and cleaner sockets and also integrate with a DALI based programmable control system. It has been estimated that using a structured cabling system can provide the contractor with average 30% savings on the final installed cost.
It is rare for a building not to undergo changes over subsequent years. This more structured approach to the building’s wiring system makes it easier to re-configure services and accommodate changes.
Master Distribution Box (MDB)
Standard MDBs provide an easy to install plug and play solution.
Constructed from our aluminium extrusion which is cut to length as governed by the number of ports as the male and female connectors are manufactured as individual
modules, and the number of cores / size of the copex.
Adopting the tried and tested MDB approach to pre-manufactured power and lighting cable systems in either metal flexible conduit or LSF soft skin cables or both. Cable sizes from 1.0mm through to 6.0mm can be supplied and MDBs typically in configurations of 6 and 9 port.
Both DALI or Network cables can also be carried through the conduit to allow for control of either lighting, BMS systems or both.
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Lights left on in an empty building are a sign of wasted energy and unnecessary carbon emissions. Control your lighting environment to ensure your building is as energy efficient as possible. Lighting controls can also improve comfort, create ambiance and reduce maintenance through use of daylight harvesting, scene setting, presence / absence detection and the new exciting tunable white or human centric lighting which balances artificial light to simulate the natural daylight cycle so helping to improve occupants’ energy levels, mood, performance and sleep patterns.