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When dim is still bright

Carbon8Lighting has announced the launch of its new dimmable multi-panel LED light panel solutionCarbon8Lighting’s new range of LED light panels are offered in a range of sizes and colour ... more

NICEIC Live 2012

Following the success of last year’s inaugural NICEIC Live event, the organisation are urging electrical contractors to book now to register their place at one of the two shows taking place in 2012.... more

Reduce costs and installation complexity with Strainstall's new range of Ex m load cells

Strainstall has been designing and manufacturing hazardous area certified products for over 30 years. We have recently introduced Ex m (encapsulated) load cells into the range that can be connected ... more

Kopex-Ex hazardous area conduit gland for mining applications

New Kopex-Ex conduit glands for use within Group I (Mining) hazardous area applications have now been introduced. The new conduit glands are also designed to comply with international standards ... more

Sean passes with flying colours

A candidate in the IECEx Personnel Competence Certificate recently passed all nine of the units which he sought from Baseefa - becoming the most highly-qualified engineer in the world in terms of ... more

Earth-Rite® Static grounding systems from Newson Gale.

The Earth-Rite series of hazardous area static grounding systems from Newson Gale incorporate many innovative and practical features which advance safety, reliability and ease of use ensuring static ... more

Drilling companies see the light with Hadar

Shipyard workers in Dubai are already seeing the benefits of the investment in Hadar Lighting’s innovative new LED floodlights for jack-up rigs which come into the Sharjah shipyard for refurbishment ... more

Extronics launch modular UPS system for Zone 1 Hazardous Areas

Over the last few years, Extronics has led the way in helping process companies throughout the world to operate safely in hazardous areas. Through innovative product development, engineering design ... more

Part P public consultation

The government has just launched its public consultation on Part P of the Building Regulations for England, which covers electrical safety in dwellings.“We welcome the indication that the government ... more

ABB wins contract for E.ON biomass energy project

ABB has been awarded a contract by energy company E.ON to supply the HV installation for a biomass fired renewable energy plant under construction at Blackburn Meadows, near Sheffield. The £120m ... more

Tratos wins multi-million pound contract for Ethiopian dam

Cable manufacturer, Tratos Cavi Spa, has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to supply the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam with low and high voltage cable. The new EEPCO (Ethiopa Electric and ... more

Flexible conduit integral to Blackfriars redevelopment

Flexicon will be supplying its flexible conduits to protect all of the cabling for lighting, power, signalling and communications for the major redevelopment of Blackfriars station.The project ... more

Responding to regulation changes

Legrand has responded to an amendment to the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations that means the vast majority of metallic cable trunking systems are no longer suitable for use with single insulated (non-... more

Positive beginnings for training scheme

Hoppecke Industrial Batteries has taken on the first two employees through its new apprenticeship programme. The scheme is designed to bring young people into the motive and rail battery ... more

Durapipe PLX plays a key role in Thames Water upgrade

A major upgrade of Thames Water’s Mogden Sewerage Treatment Works in Isleworth, has benefited from a specialist fuel pipework system from Durapipe.As part of the upgrade, three new back-up generators ... more

Celebrating 20 years in industry

This month Fibox, the Finnish enclosure manufacturer, celebrates its 20th anniversary as a stand alone manufacturing and sales company. Here, Electrical Engineering looks back over the company’s ... more

A centrepiece for energy saving

With energy prices inevitably set to rise still further, the need to be more energy efficient has never been greater. With this in mind, Stephen Woodnutt from Delmatic explains why an open, integrated lighting management system should be at the heart of every commercial building. ...



Aluminium cable trunking in 3D

MK Electric has launched its new Prestige 3D range of three compartment trunking in aluminium. Combining the strength of the metal with gently curved aesthetics, and with either aluminium or PVC ... more
Cables & Accessories

IET calls for compliance as new regs come into force

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has urged industry compliance following the introduction of the amended Wiring Regulations that came into force on 1st January 2012.The IET has ... more

Fire risk assessments for leading UK waste management company

Fireco has announced that it is carrying out Fire Risk Assessments for Viridor, one of the UK's leading recycling, renewable energy and waste management companies, at over 40 of the company's sites ... more

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