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Mix-Tek available off the shelf

Harwin has announced that certain configurations of its Datamate Mix-Tek connector family have been made available as standard off the shelf products, thus reducing lead time.Harwin’s Datamate Mix-... more
Cables & Accessories

Cable cleats - getting the message across

Ellis Patents has delivered a paper on the importance of cable cleats to two major industry conferences held in London and Kuwait.The paper, Why cable cleats are vitally important in the protection ... more

ECA issues warning over youth funding

The Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has claimed that the government’s £1bn funding scheme for youth unemployment is short changing young people and won’t give them a fighting chance of ... more

MT32 cuts installation time

Cable management manufacturer, Marshall-Tufflex, has provided a variety of its products to ensure the on-time and successful re-fit of Ireland’s newly refurbished Department of Transport, Tourism &... more

Fuel cell keeps the cameras rolling

UPS Systems has supplied one of its new hydrogen fuel cells, the Mobixane, to documentary makers Renegade Pictures. The fuel cell gives Renegade Pictures a virtually silent portable power supply for ... more

A changing landscape

Dramatic changes that are taking place in vocational training are having an impact on the UK’s electrical contracting sector. Iain Macdonald, the ECA’s head of education and training, investigatesThe ... more

A bright future for apprentices

This time last year NICEIC launched its new Apprentice Academy to help train the workforce of the future. One year on, NICEIC talks to Electrical Engineering magazine about the progress made by the ... more

Companies have a key role to play

Recent research by Birmingham University has revealed that only 46% of engineering graduates were employed in jobs requiring their degree skills six months after graduation. With this in mind Dr ... more

A reason for celebration

October saw Eaton Corporation celebrate its 100th anniversary since being founded as small axle business in 1911. The company has since evolved into four business groups - electrical, aerospace, ... more

BESCA presents first MCS certification

Delron Services, a building engineering services company based in Maidstone, Kent, has been named as the first company to gain microgeneration certification through BESCA’s arrangement with NICEIC’s ... more

New energy solutions service

At the recent Lux Live event in London, Thorn Lighting launched a turnkey energy consultation service to help reduce carbon emissions within the lighting industry.Rising energy costs are crippling ... more

Standby generator takes-off at Gatwick

A standby diesel generator from Dieselec Thistle has been supplied to Gatwick Airport’s aprons and runways to ensure they remain safe for aircraft during taxiing, take-off and landing.The 350KVA ... more

Winter warning on arctic grade cable

With winter fast approaching, the Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) is advising contractors and distributors to check their cable choices carefully in light of the discovery last year of faulty arctic ... more

Power supplies survive lightning strike test

DIN-rail power supply manufacturer PULS has carried out extreme testing of its QT40 3-phase units by subjecting them to simulated lightning strikes. The lightning test is one of several procedures ... more

Fike achieves LPCB approval

Fire protection company Fike has gained LPCB approval for all detectors and panels in its new two wired TwinflexPro range. LPCB approval is granted only after extensive third party testing and ... more

Trailer power

More than 40 trailerised Power Electrics generators have been supplied to Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) in Scotland, enabling SHEPD to be more responsive to its customers in this ... more

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