Bumper new catalogue from ESP

ESP has released the latest update to its comprehensive product catalogue, bringing together all products from its extensive portfolio in one easy to access reference guide.

Available to download from the ESP website, the new 107-page catalogue provides wholesalers, contractors and specifiers with a valuable resource to help them locate the right products and solutions for a variety of projects. The catalogue is divided into six main product categories – CCTV, Access Control, Fire Protection, Emergency Lighting, Essentials and Sangamo.

It features every product from each range that ESP offers and incorporates all the latest additions that ESP has developed to meet growing demand across its ranges. These include the revamped Sangamo collection of timers and heating controls. With energy efficiency top of the agenda for the economy, businesses and householders, a key aim of this revamp was to introduce features that will assist with efficiency and performance and that will ultimately drive down energy usage and costs. Within the CCTV category, ESP has invested to revamp its Rekor HD 2MP CCTV range. Rekor HD comes in kit form and provides all the elements required to get a system up and running in one box. This is making it popular with installers because of the convenience, whilst offering wholesalers the advantage of ease of ordering and stocking.

Managing Director of ESP, Neil Baldwin, comments: “We are continually adding to our portfolio to introduce new and innovative products that contractors are seeking, to help them with quicker and easier installation. We know from our wholesaler customers and the contractors we engage with that, as well as the ability to browse the product range on our website, there is a demand for a hard copy version that they can flick through when away from their screens.”

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