[b]Safetyshield 170 & 270[/b]

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by Brookstersparkz, Apr 4, 2008.

  1. Brookstersparkz

    Brookstersparkz New Member

    Hello everyone

    i have been given the following information by our builders asking us to use them on the re-wire of all properties.

    does anyone know who stocks them ? can't find them on screwfix ?

    www.safetyshieldproducts.co.uk

    any help please

    thanks
     
  2. Brookstersparkz

    Brookstersparkz New Member

  3. Domesticspark

    Domesticspark New Member

    "<u>please e-mail Safetyshield Products for a list of local Electrical suppliers in your area which now have stock</u> "

    e-mail: info@safetyshieldproducts.co.uk

    Tel 01924 259320 Mob 07760291317 We are based in Wakefield, Yorkshire.



    Safetyshield Products

    :)
     
  4. fooman

    fooman New Member

    they look well usefull but they would have to be cheap to be able to use them on all jobs.Anyone know how much they are ?
     
  5. oscar21

    oscar21 New Member

    Saw something similar a while back in PE, more like 2" of 4x2 fan ducting, bet the plasterers love them as they throw a fit if a cable is even hanging out of a box slightly.
     
  6. Brookstersparkz

    Brookstersparkz New Member

    just got a price of them 170 @ £.54 ea & 270 @ £0.64 less discount depending of quantities, also Edundsons are stocking, they are the next big thing on decent homes occupied refurbs apparently in this months NIC/EIC Connections mag.
     
  7. Lokkars Daisy

    Lokkars Daisy New Member

    Won't a fixed socket get in the plasterers way?
     
  8. Donkeydong

    Donkeydong New Member

    I'm struggling to see the real benefit ?

    A plasterer will still ruin the outlet by covering it in muck.

    Do you have to remove the outlet to get the safetyshield out ? Or do you cut the safetyshield ?

    What are the front tabs for ? Imagine the plasterer whinging they are in the way!

    D.
     
  9. part.p

    part.p New Member

    Designed by Yorkies Fitted by Morons
     
  10. Brookstersparkz

    Brookstersparkz New Member

    they come with plaster covers to protect and the builders pay for the shields fitting to save on the cost of lock offs!!

    if the builders are paying for them that must be a good thing!!

    specified by 3 major builders on decent homes!

    wot did you mutter part p ? when somone else is paying for them.
    we work on decent homes 100 re-wires a week makes sense !!
     
  11. BIG LEROY

    BIG LEROY New Member

    just got a price of them 170 @ £.54 ea & 270 @ £0.64
    less discount depending of quantities, also Edundsons
    are stocking, they are the next big thing on decent
    homes occupied refurbs apparently in this months
    NIC/EIC Connections mag.

    Errrrr..... aren't they supposed to get cheaper, the more you buy?

    I know I'd be buying in smaller quantities!
     
  12. sparkin!

    sparkin! New Member

    Won't a fixed socket get in the plasterers way?


    GAME OVER!:)
     
  13. sparkin!

    sparkin! New Member

    NEW OUTLET, COVERED IN *!
    DOUBLE GAME OVER!

    [Edited by: admin4]
     
  14. sparkin!

    sparkin! New Member

    Safetyshield junk!:)
     
  15. sparkin!

    sparkin! New Member

    I cannot type shxxx?????????????
    ADMIN 4????????????????
     
  16. EH59 AMP

    EH59 AMP New Member

    two contract plasterers i know work with them, the spark has to come back and check all connection again, like a 3rd fix, they hate them, obviously.
     
  17. Lokkars Daisy

    Lokkars Daisy New Member

    Is this another Dragons Den promotion ,that flimsy plastic con block is a disaster , 20p each I might find a use .
    Now I have a terrific idea that would be a boom to all electricians involved with timber framed houses (which is a large percentage) but none of the manufacturers can appreciate the benefits
    The choc box is a penny farthing compared to my simple Audi idea
     
  18. sparky20031

    sparky20031 New Member

    make some out of ply wood work for us on our company its only so ya can energise supply before plaster
     
  19. NWS

    NWS New Member

    Sorry if i'm being dumb but what are these for exactly?

    so you can 1st & 2nd fix before the plaster board has been put on?
     
  20. Just another waste of time imo.

    First fix
    plaster
    second fix
    home.

    It works
     

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