Architects, specifiers and contractors can gain fresh insights into how to add power supplies to outdoor spaces through an online CPD video from Pop Up Power Supplies® which is freely available to watch now.
The ‘Adding a powerful dimension to outdoor spaces’ CPD video provides a valuable overview of how outdoor spaces can be enhanced, and their value maximised, through the addition of a power supply infrastructure to be used as and when required.
It is based on the 20 years’ experience and technical know-how of Pop Up Power Supplies®, the UK’s leading supplier of retractable, in-ground and bollard power units.
The 17-minute presentation explains where and how power units can be used, why they provide a safe, secure and versatile solution, and how they are installed. It highlights some key considerations when specifying outdoor power units and provides an overview of the three product types so informed specification decisions can be made.
Available to view at www.popuppower.co.uk/videos.html and on the Pop Up Power Supplies® YouTube channel, this online CPD is a useful starting point for anyone looking to make their outdoor spaces more functional.
Over the past 20 years, the pop up power units, in-ground service units and power bollards from Pop Up Power Supplies® have been used across the UK in a wide range of applications. These range from the Cutty Sark visitor attraction and Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace to the historic grounds of the University of Aberdeen, Caerphilly Castle and key city centre mixed-use developments in Liverpool and Manchester.
All the outdoor power supply options from Pop Up Power Supplies® are designed to provide connection when they are needed and hidden when not required. Every product is configured to suit the client and application requirements, but all ensure that power connectivity can be provided in public spaces safely and securely with minimal maintenance.
To see the full range and find out more visit www.popuppower.co.uk.
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