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Electrical Services

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Professional Electrical Engineer Services at Calcon Projects Ltd

Trust in our qualified electric engineers to deliver top-notch services for all your electrical needs.

Expertise you can rely on

Our team of highly skilled and approved electric engineers are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of service. From commissioning certificates to electrical safety tests, we cover it all.  Our engineers are compliant with the current BS7671 standards ensuring safety is always assured.

Stay safe and compliant

We prioritize your safety above everything else. Our comprehensive range of services includes electrical safety tests, emergency lighting installations and tests, fire detection and fire alarm systems, and portable appliance testing. With Calcon Projects Ltd, you can trust that your electrical systems are in safe hands.

Ease and convenience for EV owners

Going green? We offer professional installation services for electrical vehicle chargers to ensure a seamless charging experience. Let us handle the installation while you focus on enjoying your eco-friendly ride.

No job is too big or small

Whether you need remedial work or complete installations, our skilled electric engineers have the expertise to get the job done right. From trace heating tests to thermographic image surveys, we provide comprehensive electrical solutions tailor-made for your requirements.

Your satisfaction is our priority.  

At Calcon Projects Ltd, we take pride in delivering a reliable and professional service. With prompt responses and attention to detail, we strive to exceed your expectations at every step of the way.

  • Commissioning Certification

All electrical works carried out by our team will be followed by the relevant and necessary certificates which would be sent directly to our client once it has been finalised. 

All certificates are done through NICEIC and checked by our Quality Supervisor before being completed and sent to you. 

Certification we provide include: 

  • Electrical Installation Certificate (EIC)

  • Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

  • Emergency Lighting Periodic Inspection and Testing Certificate

  • Minor Works Certificates (MWC) 


  • Eletrical EV Charging Installations


There are three main types of EV charging - rapid, fast and slow.  These represent the power outputs, and therefore charging speeds, available to charge an Electric Vehicle.  Rapid charger are the fastest way to charge and EV, and predominantly cover DC* charging. This can be split into two categories; ultra-rapid and rapid.  Ultra-rapid points can charge at 100+ kilowatts (kW) - often 150 kW - and up to 350 kW, and are DC only.  Conventional rapid points make up the majority of the UK's rapid charging infrastructure and charge at 50kW DC, with 43 kW AC* rapid charging often also available.  Fast chargers include those which provide power from 7 kW to 22 kW, which typically fully charge and EV in 3-4 hours. The most common public charge point found in the UK is a 7 kW untethered Type 2 inlet, though tethered connectors are available too for both Type 1 and Type 2 connectors.  Slow units cover chargers rated between 3 kW and 6 kW and are best used for overnight charging, usually taking 8-12 hours for a pure-EV, or 2-4 hours for a PHEV. Typically referred to as 3 kW points, slow charges can be rated at up to 6 kW on Zap-Map, with 5.5 kW commonplace for lamppost-based charge points, whilst three-pin plugs often charge at 2.3kW. EVs charge on slow devices during using a cable which connects the vehicle to a three-pin or Type 2 socket. 

*DC - Direct Current 

AC - Alternating Current


  • Electrical Safety Tests


Fixed wiring testing (EICR) will identify and categorise any defects to your electrical installation. 

It is a legal requirement to carry out remedial works on all C1 and C2 defects and it is recommended that all C3 defects and INFO comments are further investigated and rectified as soon as possible to ensure that exisiting installationdo not further deteriorate.


  • Emergency Lighting Tests & Installations


Emergency lighting is a legal requirement in all commercial and industrial buildings to ensure that all communal escape routes are illuminated if the normal lighting has failed for any reason.

Emergency Lighting systems must be regularly tested to ensure that they work correctly and that they would work in the event of an emergency. 


We design, supply, install, commision and maintain these essential emergency lighting systems, ensuring compliance with BS5266, BS EN 50172 and The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations of 1996.


  • Portable Appliance Testing


Damage to cables and equipment, incorrect fuses and poor electrical connections can cause serious safety and fire hazards.

It is recommended that your portable appliances are tested regularly in accordance with the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) code of practice.


  • Thermographic Image Surveys


Thermal Image Survey is the use of an infrared imaging and measurement camera to determine thermal energy emitted from any connection, distribution boards or any electrical installations. Infrared thermography cameras produce images of invisible infrared or "heat" radiation and provide precise non-contact temperature measurement capabilities. Nearly everything gets hot before it fails; making infrared cameras extremely cost-effective, and valuable diagnostic tools in identifying equipment that may cause danger in the future.

One of the major benefits of Thermographic Imaging is that it's non-disruptive nature, as your electrical systems do not need to be shut down for a Thermographic Inspection to be carried out.

Thermography is recognised for the first time in the current 17t Edition of the Wiring Regulations as a method of effectively maintaining your electrical systems.


  • Trace Heating Tests


Electric trace heating, heat trace or surface heating is the application of a compensating heat source to tempreature maintain or raise pipes, surfaces, and vessels. In the form of an electrical heating element, trace heating is run in physical contact with the desired surface.

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