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Charge-M8 Rolls Out Novel EV Charger Impact Protection Barriers

Charge-M8, pioneers in EV charging services, are proud to introduce their newly developed range of impact protection barriers for EV chargers, aimed at shielding essential EV charging points from accidental vehicle collisions and ensuring compliance with UK regulatory standards.

The collection boasts six innovative items, including steel quad/tri post barriers, steel U barriers in both narrow and wide configurations, and rubber wheel stops in two sizes, affordably priced from £29.97 to £268.97.

With Charge-M8, protecting your invaluable EV charging devices has become more straightforward. Beyond providing these products for purchase, they also offer a comprehensive installation and securing service, ensuring that your EV charging installations are robustly safeguarded and remain safe for the long haul.

In line with the BS IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition, codes AG2-AG3, it is recommended to implement reinforced protection in locales prone to medium or high impact. The IET Code of Practice for EV Charging Equipment Installation necessitates that equipment situated in publicly accessible locales be fortified against impacts of at least AG2 severity, as specified in BS76741 (18th Edition). Charge-M8 advises the deployment of sturdy tyre stops as a preliminary protective measure, with impact barriers serving as an additional defence in instances where tyre stops are overlooked or when the vehicle’s overhang extends beyond their protective limit.

Julian Smith, CEO of Charge-M8 said: “Since launching Charge-M8 impact protection range we’ve received an overwhelming response from the trade and will expand the range further throughout 2024.  The high quality of the products and speed of delivery are the two areas that have been praised in particular which is very pleasing to hear.
The product range came into existence when we were trying to source a consistent supply of impact barriers and tyre stops at an acceptable cost. After numerous cancelled orders, mostly due to incorrect stock availability it seemed like the obvious thing to do was to source our own range and as well as using these for our own projects, offer the range to the wider EV installer network. We’re pleased to be able to help and give peace of mind that their assets are well protected.”

Designed with EV equipment protection in mind, the barriers are also suitable for a broad range of uses, such as demarcating areas or establishing safety zones, rendering them ideal for warehouses, storage facilities, factories, and car parks.

The product line is immediately available for order online. For bulk purchase discounts, installers are invited to speak with Charge-M8’s Technical Experts, who can provide tailored advice to meet specific requirements. Contact us by telephone or fill in the enquiry form on our Charge-M8 website for further assistance.

For further product information on all 6 products please visit:
·         Rubber Wheel Stop – Narrow  500mm

For more information and case studies from Charge-M8 please visit: www.charge-m8.com or to book an appointment email sales@charge-m8.com or call 0333 242 3328

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