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    July, 2018

    By Sam Caygill

    Installation of a Filter Plant

    We are currently installing a filter plant at Kimberly Clarks, here you can see the ongoing installation. We always ensure our installations are first rate at every step, from the initial design through to the final install…  Come back to see more updates on this install.

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    New Reception Building

    HE & D Electrical recently completed a project for Proctor & Gamble, one of our major clients.  Our team undertook all of the electrical work in a new reception building being built by P&G.  We ensured that all work was compliant with applicable regulations and that the project was delivered to schedule.

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    Electrical Installation of Shepherd Huts at Port Lympne

    HE & D Electrical has just completed an electrical installation of shepherd huts for the Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve Wildlife Park.  Located in the heart of Kent, the park is home to over 700 animals across 90 species.  It is a beautiful location and our team enjoyed our time in the park.

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    New Italian Cheese Making Facility

    Our team has just completed work on a new Italian cheese making facility located in West Thurrock.  It is one of Britain’s only plants of this nature.  We have been working closely with the proprietors (who are both Italian) to ensure the installation was carried out to their exacting standards. As you can see, the installation uses stainless steel due to the regulatory requirements of food production facilities.  The company, Sole e Larte, ...

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    Custom In-house Panel Build For Large Mailing Company

    Here is an example of one of our custom-built electrical panels.  Our talented engineers manufacture them in-house at our workshop.  This electrical panel is for a new Perini Machine that will be installed on-site for our client, a large mailing company.

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    New Reception Building

    HE & D is currently collaborating with Hutton Construction on a  new reception building for one of our major clients.  HE & D is responsible for the electrical design of the services within the building.  Our primary goal on this project is to make the building eco-friendly. To this end, HE & D has designed the building to have an LED lighting system with occupancy detection controls.  We ...

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    Completion of pH Neutralisation Plant

    Our team recently installed some new electrical components in a pH neutralisation plant owned by one of our major clients.  Due to the aggressive nature of this environment, the installation had to be carried out using an all stainless steel containment system with non-corrosive isolators and flexible conduits.  The installation was carried out over a very tight project period as the equipment was a direct replacement for an older obsolete ...

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

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    July, 2018

    By Pete Langdown

    New MCC For a Major Industrial Chemical Company

    We are currently building a new MCC for a major industrial chemical company based in Essex.  The panel will control networked Alan Bradley inverter drives fitted with filters and chokes to minimise harmonic interference.  The panel will be installed in early Q2 of this year.

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  • 21

    July, 2018

    By Sam Caygill

    Installation of Walkway Lighting

    We were asked to install a lighting design to provide discreet lighting to a new walkway in an energy-efficient manner.  With this in mind, we approached a lighting manufacturer we work very closely with to provide a solution.  We decided to install lights that are controlled via a photoelectric cell to maintain the optimum level of energy efficiency.  The lights have a power consumption of 9.6W/m.

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