Hamilton Debuts at the Index Exhibition
22-25 October 2011, Dubai World Trade Centre, Stand 6E227
22 September 2011Decorative electrical wiring accessories, lighting and audio control specialists Hamilton Litestat will be exhibiting at Index (stand 6E227) for the first time this year, with the team keen to build on the existing success of their products in the export market.
The stand will feature a wide variety of Hamilton’s own collections of switch plates, card switches and sockets as well as the Digital Mercury Lighting Control System, which is adaptable to any requirement from a simple dimming system to a sophisticated scene-setting remote controlled scheme. There will also be a chance to see Hamilton’s new Mercury Multi-room Audio System at work, which comes with its own official app for wireless control of music throughout up to four rooms.
From minimalist, glossy piano black to crystal clear plates, traditional woods and decorative antique brass designs, Hamilton has a range of plate designs to suit all interior styles. However, for those looking for an extra durable finish that can withstand extreme wear and tear and climate conditions, Hamilton offers the diamond-tough PVD finishing solution. PVD (physical vapour deposition) is a highly specialised finish that’s ultra-tough, fade resistant and scratch resistant, and gives switch plates and sockets an incredibly high level of durability.
Hamilton’s specialist team is also able to undertake bespoke commissions; whether it’s a particular finish, a specific combination of functions on a plate, or a product needed to meet energy saving or building management requirements, Hamilton’s experts can design and manufacture a solution to meet even the most complicated of requests.
Ian Hamilton, managing director of decorative electrical wiring accessories, audio and lighting controls manufacturer Hamilton Litestat, looks at the benefits of lighting controls within energy management systems in new builds and refurbishments.
Decorative electrical wiring accessories, audio and lighting control manufacturer Hamilton Litestat has supplied a varied selection of its switch plates and sockets to renowned horse trainer Paul Nicholls’ new house in Ditcheat, Somerset.