Download a Product Guide
- 0 – Contacts and Contents
- 1 – Air and Water Flow
- 2 – Gas Detection
- 3 – Controllers
- 4 – Input / Output Modules
- 5 – Gas Safety and Solenoid Valves
- 6 – Metering and Energy Monitoring
- 7 – Home Automation and Building Controls
- 8 – Inverters
- 9 – Peripherals and Interfaces
- 10 – Pressure Detection
- 11 – Humidity, Temperature, C02 and Air Quality
- 12 – Temperature
- 13 – Domestic Heating Controls
- 14 – Valves and Actuators
- 15 – Pumps
- 16 – Burner Spares
- 17 – Technical Data
A privately-owned company which is one of the largest and most established specialist technical sales and distribution companies in the UK specialising in HVAC, Electrical and Process Controls and Automation to regulate, monitor and measure energy, liquids and gases in buildings.
The company has grown and developed through the acquisition of a number of strong, experienced and established companies bringing together the unique product offering we have today. Our wide choice of products enables us to meet the demands of customers who often look to us as their single source supply solution. The commitment to provide the highest quality products from the world’s best manufacturers and our dedication to customer service is the mainstay of our company.
As you would expect from a company that puts customer service first, we are quality driven, this being acknowledged by the achievement of ISO 9001. In Western Automation, safety of all stakeholders is paramount, as is the protection of the environment, and we have worked successfully to achieve both ISO 14001 and ISO 18001. We seek to constantly improve our processes, adopting a very much ‘can-do’ attitude in our day-to-day business. It is the quality of our people and the fact that they care, which enables us to deliver excellence in customer service.
The Western Automation Training Academy ensures we are both at the forefront of new technologies, but also able to offer solutions for legacy systems to prolong service life.
We are proud to be members of both the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) and the Supply Chain Sustainability School.