Scolmore Medical solutions

Scolmore House
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate
B79 7UL
United Kingdom


Manufactured with Urea Formaldehyde
  1. The bacterial cell wall is blocked by Formaldehyde and stops the transport of substances in and out of the cell.
  2. Formaldehyde targets the bacterial spore core where it blocks the respiratory system destroying energy production.
  3. Yeast & Fungi cell reproduction is stopped with the use of Formaldehyde.
Antibacterial Certified

Mode® wiring accessories are manufactured using Urea Formaldehyde, which has similar inherent properties to antimicrobial additives that inhibit the growth of infectious diseases. All products independently tested achieved a 99.99% kill off rate across all four types of the strains of bacteria - MRSA, E-Coli, Salmonella, Klebsiella Pneumonia and enveloped viruses.

Antiviral Certified Mode®

Plates have been independently tested and have shown to have anti-viral properties against enveloped and non-enveloped viruses. After a contact period of 4 hours, Mode® was shown to have a 99.9% kill off rate against enveloped viruses and a 92% kill off rate against non-enveloped viruses. It has also achieved 99.98% kill of rate against Influenza A (H1N1) after a 24 hour period.

Healthcare Moulded Wiring Accessories

Socket Outlets All Mode® 13A sockets and fused connection units are strength tested and approved to BS1363 offering assured quality and safety. The provision of large twin earth terminals on our Two Gang sockets and fused connection units greatly facilitates wiring and installation

20 Year No Quibble Guarantee All Mode®

accessories are covered by our straight forward ‘No Quibble Guarantee’ against any fault in materials or manufacture experienced at any time within 20 years of the date of supply.

Switches All CLICK®

ModeTM switch plates are modular as standard, allowing you to create virtually any switch plate you require using our minigrid system. Simple, single screw fixing of modules offers the simplest possible means of installing and replacing modules


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