Lighting Industry News2019-07-17T10:03:18+00:00

Lighting Industry News From flex7

Keep up to date with the latest news and product developments from flex7.

New Lead Kits for Conference Room Scene Setting Kits

We've created a set of Lead Kits to be used with the flex7 Conference Room Scene Setting Kit. The flex7 Conference Room Scene Setting Kit is an incredibly quick, and hassle-free alternative to hard-wiring your installation. It was designed to provide a simple, plug-together lighting connection and control solution for conference rooms.

New design catalogue and price list now available

Our new design catalogue is now available! We have combined our catalogue and price list to make your life a little bit easier, and do away with cross-referencing between literature. The new, comprehensive catalogue contains details of all flex7 lighting connection and control products, and all of the Prota plug-in ceiling rose range.

A Roaring Success With flex7

Flex7 lighting connection and controls were recently installed in the newest branch of ROAR Fitness Gym in South Kensington. At 6,500 Square foot, the extremely high-specification gym boasts London’s largest liquid metal wall in its reception area, and a 25m track as the centrepiece of the gym.

We’re Hiring

We're looking for a Sales Administrator to join the friendly team at our Twyford Offices. The job involves processing sales orders from receipt through to invoicing and shipping, credit control and general office duties.

Black PIR Sensor Heads Now Available

We have now added black sensor heads to our PIR sensor head range. These black sensor heads are ideal for use in exposed ceilings where it's important that products blend in seamlessly with their surroundings. Sensor heads are available as a standard PIR sensor head, IP66, and Tamper-resistant versions.

flex7 Products – Made in Britain

Choosing to use flex7 not only guarantees you’ll be getting a great quality product, but our policy to manufacture in Britain mitigates, as far as is possible at least, many of the potential supply chain issues we’d be exposed to were we to opt to work with partners in more far flung places than Cumbria or the West Midlands.