Fisher & Company designs and manufactures a wide range of electrical service feeder pillars including heavy duty single and double door in 3mm and 5mm galvanised steel. Designed for housing multiple distribution boards and electrical switches whilst maintaining excellent protection from all weathers. Supplied as shell only or pre-wired to a customers specification.

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Electrical Service Feeder Pillars

Electrical service feeder pillars are manufactured in our own shops in Somerset and can be produced in widths from 770mm up to 1850mm and heights from 1250mm up to 1700mm as standard, other sizes to order.

  • Designed to IP54 and manufactured from 3mm or 5mm HR mild steel plate with galvanised finish to BS EN ISO 1461
  • Fisher & Company Anti-Vandal Locks (deep recessed Tri-head available on request)
  • Back 2 Back style available to order.

All Fisher & Company Feeder Pillars are supplied with detachable roots and stainless steel fixings. Fixed roots can be supplied on request.

*Please Note, all of our Feeder Pillars are a return to base Warranty Only*

Frequently Asked Questions

A feeder pillar is an electrical distribution cabinet made of either Galvanised Mild Steel, Stainless Steel or GRP material that is used to house equipment that controls and distributes electricity to different parts of a facility or area. It acts as a central point to distribute electrical supply from a single source to multiple locations.

Feeder pillars provide an organised and centralised location for electrical distribution, ensuring safer connections, ease of maintenance, and a structured system for electricity distribution.

The size and type of feeder pillar required depend on the load requirements, the number of outgoing circuits, and the intended application. Our Fisher and Company team can assist in evaluating your needs and recommending the appropriate feeder pillar.

Yes, our feeder pillars are designed with durability in mind. They are manufactured using high-quality materials, ensuring resistance against weather conditions, corrosion, and wear and tear.

Maintenance frequency depends on the operating environment and usage. Typically, a periodic inspection every 6-12 months is recommended. However, for high usage or demanding environments, more frequent checks might be necessary.

Absolutely! Fisher and Company prides itself on providing tailored solutions for our clients. Please get in touch with our sales team to discuss your specific requirements.

We always recommend engaging with a qualified electrical contractor to ensure safe and compliant installation. If needed, our team can provide guidance or recommend professionals for installation.

Yes, feeder pillars must comply with specific safety and operational standards. Fisher and Company's products adhere to all UK and international standards ensuring safety, reliability, and performance.

Yes, all Fisher and Company feeder pillars come with a standard warranty. For specific warranty details and extended options, please contact our customer service team.

Please reach out to our sales team via our official website, phone, or email. They will be happy to assist you with any enquiries or orders.