Stroma Store stocks two products which have been branded and approved by Stroma Certification.
The company has tested the products to ensure that they are able to perform to industry-specified standards and allow electricians to work safely and efficiently.
The Stroma sCheck Socket Tester has been developed as a solution for mains wiring testing at the socket.
It has been designed with 13 audible warnings that notify electrical installers when the wiring is faulty.
The Stroma sKit Voltage Tester and Proving Unit combines a proving unit with a 2 pole voltage indicator.
It has been designed to allow electricians to show compliance with safe insulation practises.
Both pieces of equipment are portable. They will be available to try out and purchase at the Elex shows, where Stroma Certification will have a stand. The shows are scheduled to run across the UK throughout 2015.
Face-to-face demonstrations of Stroma’s products can be requested by contacting the company. One of these products is its E-Cert electrical certificate software, which can be used on Desktops and iPads.
Stroma Store’s stock is available to electrical wholesalers as well as member and non-member electricians.
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