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Written by James Pearson   
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 00:00

The new Memshield 3 cable trunking interface kit from Eaton's electrical sector makes it easy to save time and money when making cable cut-outs during the installation of distribution boards. When installation is complete, the kit also provides simple but effective mechanical protection for the cables against damage caused by the sharp edges of cut steel trunking, eliminating the need for users to rely on inconvenient custom solutions.

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Power cables for Riffgat offshore wind farm PDF Print Write e-mail
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Written by James Pearson   
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 00:00

Nexans has been awarded a contract by project developer Offshore-Windpark RIFFGA KG, owned by Enova and EWE ENERGIE, to supply and install the infield submarine power cables and ancillary equipment for the Riffgat offshore wind farm currently under construction 15 km northwest of the German island of Borkum.

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Written by James Pearson   
Tuesday, 23 August 2011 00:00

Cable ladder and tray, trunking, channel support and bespoke trunking assemblies from Legrand will be permanent fixtures on the team sheet at Brighton & Hove Albion's new 22,500 capacity American Express Community Stadium, which opened earlier this month.

The products were specified by NG Bailey in two separate orders, one covering the channel, tray, trunking and ladder, the other the distribution board trunking assemblies for Bailey off-site.

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Monday, 08 August 2011 00:00

Student rooms within two newly created accommodation blocks at the West of England School for young people with little or no sight have been equipped with Marshall-Tufflex's fully curved Odyssey trunking system with red back boxes, which meet Part M of the Building Regulations and also Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) requirements.

Mechanical and electrical services consultant, Engineering Design Practice (EDP) of Exeter, was asked to design the new blocks with user-friendly technology. This included future-proofed data and power supplies and advanced access and monitoring systems.

EDP chose Marshall-Tufflex's CAT 6 compliant three-compartment PVC-U Odyssey as the containment system for the data and power supplies together with access and monitoring systems. It was supplied by Edmundson Electrical of Torquay and installed by Vincent Building Services, also of Torquay, to run horizontally above bed heads and vertically alongside doors within 14 new bed-sitting rooms. Main contractor for the project was Midas Interiors.


Marshall-Tufflex
01424 856600
www.marshall-tufflex.com

 
Elite fixings at college annexe PDF Print Write e-mail
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Monday, 08 August 2011 00:00

Marco, the UK's largest manufacturer of steel wire cable tray, and uPVC cable management company, has supplied 350 lengths of uPVC Elite compact trunking as part of a £10m extension at New College in Swindon.

Steve Davies, business development manager at Marco Cable Management said: "The clean and modern aesthetic look of Elite, combined with its practical appeal, has made this range a real hit with contractors. This is the latest in a long list of education schemes that have been specified with Elite in the South East region during the past four months."

The college is situated on New College Walk in Swindon. The building will provide much-needed space for student services on the ground floor, with business and enterprise on the first floor, science, technology, engineering and maths on the second floor and an e-learning centre on the third level.

Marco
01248 725772
www.marcocableman.co.uk

 


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