Circuit Protection
Everything you could need for circuit protection in commercial, domestic or an industrial application
  • Wide range from big trusted brands
  • One-stop solution from Sunbridge
  • Commercial installations specialists

Here at WF Senate we have everything you could need for circuit protection in commercial, domestic or an industrial application. Stocking a vast selection of products from industry leading suppliers and our own brand – Sector for quality solutions at a cost effective price, let us help you find your perfect solution.

CPD | Circuit Breakers

If you’re after domestic circuit protection we’ve got you covered with a  vast array of options. With Amendment 3 circuit protection from Schneider, Hager, MK, Wylex, Crabtree and Eaton for both three-phase and single phase distribution and a selection of circuit protection devices including MCBs (Miniature Circuit Breakers) and RCBOs.

Commercial Installations

For commercial installations we offer everything from the mains feed into a building, through sub-distribution, and down to final circuits with enclosures, breakers and control gear, all from the leading brands Schneider, Hager and Wylex.

Or, if you’re seeking something specialist, our Sunbridge service is your one-stop solution for control and automation. The team a team of experts is on-hand to fulfil your requirements, whatever the job.

We also offer special panel building services through our John Godden branch. As the licensed assembler for GE miniform and with over 50 years experience in panel building nationwide, you’ll find all the panel components you need all housed under one roof, if not we’ll order it in for you.

Visit our specialist services page for further information.

If you’d like further information on any of our products or if you’d like some friendly and professional advice, please visit your local branch, where our staff will be on-hand to help you.

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