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Sep 2012 Busbar & Trunking, Cable & Wire | Comments Off

Cable management systems are still evolving

Cable management systems are still evolving

Cable management systems address a wide range of applications in many sectors, and there has been increasing take-up by those installing not just electrical cable, but cable for data communications too. The basic types, however, are conduit, cable tray, ladder and ‘basket’, cable trunking, as well underfloor systems, as James Hunt finds. One pressure within ...

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Jul 2011 Busbar & Trunking | Comments Off

Solutions-based electrical products prove a winner for the Irish government

Solutions-based electrical products prove a winner for the Irish government

A high-profile refurbishment of two buildings housing Ireland’s Department of Transport and the Irish Coastguard has shown how listening to customer requirements and using flexible products from a UK cable management manufacturer leads to success. Michael Ballard tells the story. The Office of Public Works (OPW) was tasked with the complete modernisation of the Department ...

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Jan 2011 Busbar & Trunking | Comments Off

Faster by half with new trunking

Faster by half with new trunking

Legrand has just unveiled a new range of its Salamandre distribution trunking, which independent tests have shown to be 50% quicker to install than its predecessor when fitting length to length or length to fitting – which means a significant reduction in total installed cost. Fifty percent quicker is a lot, so we decided to ...

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Mar 2010 Busbar & Trunking | Comments Off

Busbar trunking systems aluminium or copper?

Busbar trunking systems aluminium or copper?

Busbar power distribution systems are very popular, but there are choices to be made, and one of those is which busbar material to use. Aluminium is the major alternative to copper. John Clarke discusses the issues. Over the last 50 years, busbar power distribution systems have increased in versatility and sophistication and are now widely ...

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