After the video guide on installing a Hager Flush Consumer Unit into a Studwall partition and the Installing of the Hager Surface Consumer Units, here is another guide – this time Hager advises how to install a flush consumer unit into a block wall. Step by step, this video guide shows you in a simple way what are the things/operations you need to take care of when you install a Flush Consumer Unit in a block wall. As you are watching the video – or as a further guide after the video – you can read the main steps to take while Installing a Hager Flush Consumer Unit into a block wall – below.
Block Wall Installation Guide – Hager Flush Consumer Units
Here are the main steps from the video above – Installing a Hager Flush CU in a Block Wall:
- To fit the flush unit to a pre-plaster wall – Remove the four frame fixing screws;
- Remove the base earth lead; Remove the frame;
- Remove the flange fixing screws; Place the flange on the side of the unit and fix it there;
- Remove the other flange fixing screws; Place the flange on the other side of the unit and fix it there;
- Select the knock outs required and remove them(you can use a small hammer and a sold screwdriver);
- Offer the board up to the hole and insert the cables;
- The fixing holes are placed away from the edge to ensure a good fixing;
- Mark on the wall where you need to make holes, then drill into the wall, fix the roll plugs;
- Re-place the frame and fixings; Re-place the base earth lead and fix it;
- To fit a MCB, ensure the terminal cage is fully open; Pull the clip all the way out;
- The MCB fits into the unit easily, and clicks clip into place;
- The cover fits easily with quarter turn fixing;
On our website, you can find some of the Hager Flush Consumer Units via the Domestic Consumer Units. The guide above is an excellent aid for understanding the way you install the flush consumer units – especially when you have a block wall(check out the guide on installing the flush consumer units in a studwall partition). Remember: more videos about the Hager Consumer Units – via our Youtube Channel.