Legrand to transform workspace furniture with Incara

Legrand UK & Ireland has announced the launch of Incara, a new product range of multi-functional, economic power devices for the modern workspace.

Incara provides flexible access to power or data sockets in a range of functions and styles to suit any interior. Easy to install, Incara is Legrand’s most flexible range of power solutions to date. From flush, in-desk disk-shaped contemporary sockets to on-desk power and data connections, Incara has been designed to fit any workplace furniture requirement. 

The range offers wireless charging, USB Type-A and C inputs, and multiple colour schemes, while it can be designed with a mix of international power sockets if required. Additionally, Incara allows companies the possibility to take control of the presentation of the product, with bespoke branding options available. 

Paul Martin, Lead Marketing Manager for Legrand UK & Ireland’s power distribution ranges said, “We are always searching for ways to manufacture solutions that meet the modern-day needs of post-pandemic ways of working. With Incara, we have created a unique proposition for spaces that have the desire for a high-end and flexible power solution. Whether being designed for a modern office, library, university, or airport lounge, Incara provides our most stylish and flexible solution to date.” 

As with all Legrand products, Incara boasts robust and durable qualities, helping to contribute to a more sustainable world. All packaging is made from recycled materials wherever possible, while Product Environmental Profiles (PEP) are available, providing a reference tool to measure the environmental impact of the product. Incara is also CE and UKCA marked, ensuring quality and compliance with legislation. 

Paul added, “We are confident that Incara not only meets the needs of today’s workers but is also futureproofed for ever-evolving technology changes. Our R&D team remains dedicated to manufacturing solutions as sustainably as possible, and with Incara, we have delivered. When you add our renowned customer service commitment to the mix, we are in a unique position to deliver an unrivalled solution to meet the needs of all – whether installers, designers, or end users.”

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