We have introduced the Hager Domestic Consumer Units extensively via our blog, mainly talking about
- the Consumer Unit guide to the 17th Edition regulations(part 1 and part 2),
- the split load 17th edition consumer units / the split load consumer units with twin RCCB incomer,
- the 18way flexible configurable consumer unit from Hager,
- the Hager consumer units: easy to install + lots of accessories;
- guide to Hager consumer units(inside and out);
- the flush Hager consumer units(introducing these CU);
- the surface mounted Hager consumer units(domestic use);
- the video series of installing the Hager consumer units,
and we’re planning / thinking on posting some more. Recently we realized that somehow sometimes the regular people who want to purchase a consumer unit via sparksdirect.co.uk can have some difficulties when it comes to choosing the breakers that go with that consumer unit. Actually, all the Hager Domestic Consumer Units take the MT1 range of breakers, that is:
- the Hager MT106 (6A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT110(10A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT116(16A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT120(20A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT125(25A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT132(32A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT140(40A MCB breaker),
- the Hager MT163(63A MCB breaker),
all you need is to choose the needed MCB breaker by searching it on our website (or clicking on the provided links).
Of course, the Hager Consumer Units for domestic use can also take 6kA MCBs or RCBOs, 40kA type B, C and D MCBs and BS1361 HRC fuse carriers. If you specifically know what these MCB/RCBO breakers are or what are they used for, then you can order them.
It is recommended that you would consult with the electrician who installs / replaces the consumer unit, so that you would get the exact specs for both the energy distribution board (the consumer unit) and the breakers that you need with it.
Also – remember the Hager Bundle Promotion – 17th Edition Hager CU + the 6 Breakers = £60 + VAT.