Danlers helps Games Workshop become model of energy efficiency

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Danlers PIR occupancy switches and electronic time-lag switches have been installed at the Games Workshop head office in Lenton as part of an overall effort by the company to improve energy efficiency.

PIRs detect the movement of people in their vicinity and turn the load on and off accordingly. Time-lag switches turn off the load automatically after a time period has elapsed.

Both switches save energy by ensuring loads are not left on unnecessarily. A spokesperson for the company said; ‘We chose Danlers products for this renovation because they are of a high quality, reliable and easy to install.’

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