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Day: July 18, 2011

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Free-standing enclosures

Rittal's new SE 8 free-standing enclosure system is replacing the popular ES 5000 series. The SE 8 offers an ideal platform for your application and will ensure maximum availability, whether in building installation, mechanical and plant engineering or process technology. Take the

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New product directories

Two brand new product directories have been launched by Click Scolmore which, for the first time, sees the product ranges separated into two distinct categories – wiring accessories and lighting. The new ‘Big Book' lighting and wiring accessories catalogues showcase the company's

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More energy saving options

With the current emphasis on Part L1 building regulations, energy efficiency and cost savings, installers are looking to manufacturers and suppliers for products that will help meet all of these requirements. Click Scolmore's latest product development combines a 5.5W LED reflector lamp

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Energy saving lamps

Senate Electrical has launched a new range of energy saving lamps under its in-house Sector brand. The Energetic range, which includes CFLi and LED lamps for a wide range of light fittings, boasts energy savings of up to 85% on conventional lamps

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Taking LEDs to the street

Thorn's range of Plurio urban lanterns has been expanded to include an LED version. Using high-power LEDs (3000 lm, 45W, CRI 70, 4200K), precision optics and power reduction control gear the lantern is capable of achieving significant energy savings without compromising lighting

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Networked lighting management system

New from lighting control expert Tridonic is the basicDIM RCL, a cleverly networked lighting management system for control in single rooms that can achieve energy savings of up to 80%. basicDIM RCL is a digital control module for use with up to

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Environmental training still has way to go

The amount of environmental technology training available is not enough to meet potential demand, and could lead to rogue traders and poorly installed kit, according to a new report by SummitSkills, the sector skills council for the building services engineering (BSE) sector.

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RS Components sponsors IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award

RS Components (RS), a distributor of electronics and maintenance products and the trading brand of Electrocomponents, is sponsoring the 2011 Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award. The IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award

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