Manufacturer of porcelain and bakelite switches | zangra
We specialise in the manufacture of switches, push-buttons, sockets and crossbar switches with a 100% retro look that meet current electrical standards. An accessory that will make a huge change in your house. The light switches that we offer are...
We specialise in the manufacture of switches, push-buttons, sockets and crossbar switches with a 100% retro look that meet current electrical standards. An accessory that will make a huge change in your house. The light switches that we offer are made from materials known for their stability and non-conductive properties, and also for their aesthetics: porcelain, bakelite and raw brass. We have also put together a colourful collection to add a boost to your interior. Most models are flush-mounted, although some can be surface-mounted. Furthermore, some of our models are waterproof and can be installed in a bathroom, laundry room or outdoors.

What is a surface-mounted switch?

A surface-mounted switch is fixed directly to the wall. You do not have to cut into the walls or pull wires through the walls, as the wiring also comes from outside the wall.

What is the difference between a flush-mounted switch and a surface-mounted switch?

As its name suggests, the flush-mounted switch is inserted inside a wall with a flush-mounted box and electrical cables concealed in the wall, unlike the surface-mounted switch that is installed completely outside the wall.

What is the difference between a light switch and a push-button?

With a push-button, the electric current is transmitted only when you press the button. You can use it as a bell, for example. However, if an impulse relay is placed in the fuse box, a push-button can be used as a simple switch, a two-way switch, a staircase switch or a timer. And if it is used in combination with home automation, then it can be used as a simple switch, a two-way switch, a dimmer, a staircase switch, a shutter switch, a doorbell, a master switch, etc.