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Day: September 13, 2010

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Baseefa secures training contract with EDF

Baseefa of Buxton, a specialist in hazardous area certification, has landed the largest single training contract in its history – with EDF Energy. The bespoke, modular DSEAR practitioner training course was designed specifically for EDF Energy and will be used in its

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Quattro LED offers performance and practicality

Thorn's Quattro LED luminaire brings the benefits of LED lighting to recessed ceiling grid installations. It has one of the most homogeneous colour temperatures in the industry, a high colour rendering index (CRI) of 92, efficacies of up to 66 luminaire lumens

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Screwless terminals and improved programming

The tried and tested SYN and SUL mechanical time switches from Theben, with daily and weekly programs and the benefit of simple summer/winter time correction, have been re-launched with improved features. Installers will welcome the addition of Theben's DuoFix screwless terminals, previously

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Terminal box for HD enclosures

To complement the range of Rittal's Hygienic Design (HD) enclosures a new terminal box has been added to the product portfolio. Rittal's HD enclosures, with a protection category of IP69K, are a key element in the design of clean rooms for open

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Shallow grid modules for easy fit solution

Hager claims its new sollysta grid wiring accessories are the easiest on the market to install. The modules have the shallowest projection currently available, at just 10mm from the faceplate, to maximise cabling space in the back box. For installation the modules

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Solutions for improved passenger safety

At InnoTrans 2010, to be held from 21-24 September 2010 in Berlin, Belden will demonstrate a range of  signal transmission solutions for mass transport systems. These include solutions for passenger safety and comfort, security of rolling stock, terminals and infrastructure, and the

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Draka Firetuf becomes FT Coax and FT Data

FS Cables is the official distributor of the newly named Draka FT range of high performance circuit integrity cables. Previously known as Firetuf, these cables provide continued functionality in the event of fire. FT Coax is a high performance CCTV cable designed

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Free seminars on implications of smart meters and smart grids

The Digital Communications and Modern Build Environment Knowledge Transfer Networks are sponsoring a series of free seminars on the implications of smart meters and smart grids. The next seminar will take place on 21 September at Teacher Hall in Glasgow. Details of

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GCSA faces ‘Frost on Sunday’ talk

Government chief scientific adviser, Professor Sir John Beddington, will be sitting in the hot seat today for a ‘Frost on Sunday'-style talk with one of the UK's most famous interviewers. Sir John will be talking with broadcaster Sir David Frost at A

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Beama welcomes EST’s heat pump field trial report

Beama has welcomed the Energy Saving Trust's (EST) public report – ‘Getting warmer: a field trial of heat pumps' – on the interim findings of the UK's first domestic heat pump field trial. The report aims to inform the heat pump industry

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