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Shop Industrial and Home Electrical Supplies and Accessories

Whether you’re making cosmetic or hardware changes, the first step to starting your project is finding high-quality and cost-effective electrical supplies and accessories. 4Cabling offers a wide range of home and commercial electrical supplies suitable for almost any application. This includes electric switches, power boards, cables, screws and fasteners, conduits, and other commercial and home electrical accessories. With a life-time guarantee, you can be certain that you are supporting your system with reliable electrical cable accessories. Our eco-friendly bulk packs make an excellent choice for a smart design, and with our high stock levels, you can easily purchase electrical wiring accessories and other products in bulk.

Purchase from our range of cable accessories, fittings, and electrical products above to enjoy competitive pricing and standard-compliant products with 4Cabling. Have any questions about our products? Get in touch with our team who will be happy to help you find the product that’s right for your next project.

What are some common electrical supplies?

Some of the most popular electrical supplies used for industrial and home applications include:

  • Outlets and switches, which let you power your appliances and light your home.
  • Wires and cables, drawn metal that uses an electrical circuit to carry electricity.
  • Power extenders/ extension cords that enable you to fit multiple plugs into a single outlet and extend its reach.
  • Circuit breakers, designed to protect electrical circuits from the damaging effects of short cuts or overcurrents.
  • Electrical conduit, a tube that can be used to protect or route electrical wiring.
  • Electrical fuses, which provides protection against overcurrents.
  • AC/DC power supplies, a device that receives electricity from a grid-based power supply and then converts that electricity into the necessary voltage required to power a load.

When should conduits be used?

Electrical conduit should be used for instances that require you to manually run wire for electricity. They help to protect exposed circuit wires that are more vulnerable to damage or experiencing severe weather conditions. Conduits can also protect humans by preventing wires from loosening and becoming a shock hazard. And if you end up renovating, conduits make it easier to manage your wiring and ensure it remains well-organised amidst change.

Exposed wires are not only dangerous, but they are also more prone to becoming damaged or experiencing a decrease in efficiency. By enclosing exposed wire in an appropriate conduit, you are increasing the longevity of your wiring. But that’s not to say that only exposed wires require conduits. Buried wires can also benefit from conduits to provide additional protection against moisture or digging.

Are surge protected power boards worth it?

If you have expensive electrical devices that you are conscious of protecting, then a surge protected power board is a worthy investment.

Power points can experience power surges. Power surges can damage or even destroy any electrical device connected to the power point. A surge protected power board, meanwhile, ensures that only safe levels of electricity are able to pass through to your connected electronics. They are available as both boards and single-outlet protectors.

What should you not plug into a surge protector?

High-capacity appliances should not be plugged into a surge protector as they require a lot of power to work. If a device is plugged into a surge protector with a load rating that is lower than the amount of power that device needs to operate, this will result in a power overload. Power overloads are extremely dangerous as they could potentially start an electrical fire.

High-capacity appliances that should not be plugged into a surge protector include:

  • Standard kitchen appliances including refrigerators, microwave ovens, toasters, rice cookers, blenders and coffee makers
  • Washing machines and dryers
  • Electronic hair styling tools and hair dryers
  • Portable air conditioners and heaters
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