VEHICLE WIRING LOOMS
To make sure that your vehicles electrical system can do everything you want it to do, sometimes the only solution is a custom wiring loom. The team here at HSD Ltd can create wiring looms to your specifications, ensuring you have the functionality you need.
Based in Basingstoke, we have supplied custom wiring looms for clients across Berkshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, and Surrey. Get in touch for more information.
BESPOKE WIRING SOLUTIONS
With four decades of experience in working with vehicle electrical systems, we have the skills and expertise needed to tackle any job. We have created bespoke wiring systems for both privately owned and public sector vehicles, designed to meet a broad selection of unique needs. From kit cars to camper vans and everything in between, we can help, no matter what you drive. We're happy to help you by designing and building a loom that lets you control the lighting, monitor your vehicle’s electrical performance, and even access the internet! Just let us know what you need, and we’ll make sure that you get a wiring system that makes it happen.
DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, AND INSTALLATION
We’ll take care of everything for you. We can create systems that are designed to meet your specific needs or supply you with a range of high-quality ready-made options, depending on what best suits your requirements. For bespoke systems, our service includes design, manufacture and installation. We provide:
Full colour brochure with each loom design
Wiring, cabling and connectors
Harnesses and chassis control systems
We also offer a range of plug in, drive away electronic options – just speak to the team to see what we have!
WHAT CAN WE CREATE FOR YOUR VEHICLE?
Whatever your needs may be, we’ll come up with the most effective way to meet them. Previous bespoke designs have included an installation in a VW T6 Transporter that provided the client with a mobile phone and credit card machine charging station, as well as charging facilities for battery operated power tools, diagnostic equipment, and lighting. The system was also configured to monitor the vehicle battery system and accessories, such as light beacons, interior lighting, and front LEDs all at the same time while on-site.
The system runs a 3000watt pure sine wave inverter, for internet and 240-volt mains for the computers and diagnostic equipment.