Many events need temporary power and temp power supplies, distribution and cabling including live music events, theatre shows, private events, gala days, festivals and all types of outdoor events. Electrical systems are often more complex than people imagine and the design of any temporary electrical system that is both safe and fit-for-purpose requires the correct knowledge and experience.
Don’t get let down by your electrics – let us design and install the temp power system for your next event.
We stock a large range of power cabling in single and 3-phase configurations including 16amp, 32amp, 63amp and 125amp cables. Our range of professional distribution boxes provides a flexible solution for both single phase and three phase distros with MCB and RCD protection where appropriate. And we stock a range of useful cable accessories including cable matting and drive-over cable ramps.
We can also arrange the supply of silenced generators and fuel management through our association with some of the leading specialist generator suppliers.
Safety is paramount when it comes to electrical systems. We can assist in designing BS7909 compliant temporary power solutions for all types of events Our technical crews can also install, test and maintain these systems on site – ensuring that your power solution is safe and trouble-free.
All hire equipment is inspected and tested before leaving our premises. All mains electrical equipment is subject to Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) to ensure its safe operation. We can also arrange the testing of your own equipment either at our premises or on-site . Contact us for more details on this service.
All hires are subject to our Conditions of Hire
Prices shown here are ‘dry-hire’ rates only for collection from our Edinburgh premises. We would be pleased to quote for delivery and crew. We reserve the right to change prices and specifications without notice. Please call to check latest rates. Discounts may be applicable for large or longer term hires.
Delivery available throughout Scotland and the UK.
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