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Day: June 16, 2017

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Gossage:Gossip June 2017

And then there were five? Just as I predicted last month prime minister, Theresa May, is planning to place a price cap on all tariffs operated by the Big Six electricity companies. In the past I have joked, given Npower’s precipitate loss

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New supply chain videos simplify CPR message

The Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) has developed an online video campaign to highlight Construction Products Regulation (CPR) requirements and how they affect the cable industry. The campaign targets four audiences and complements a range of animated videos launched by the ACI earlier

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Electrical apprentice of the year announced

George Maynard from Leicester has been named winner of the 2017 NICEIC and ELECSA Apprentice of the Year competition, sponsored by Scolmore Group. The 25-year-old was one of eight competitors to reach the Grand Final, which Scolmore was very proud to host

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KAO data centre to be managed using DCIM suite

Schneider Electric has announced the signing of an agreement with KAO Data Campus for the use of its market leading StruxureWare for Data Centers DCIM suite at one of London’s largest data centre developments.

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New IT and manufacturing product catalogue published

Rittal’s new System Catalogue 35 showcases the company’s portfolio of products for the IT and manufacturing industries, which are designed to address the needs of design engineers, switchgear manufacturers and data centre operators. 

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New emergency lighting luminaire

Mackwell has launched an update on its successful XYLUX LR4 luminaire.  The updated luminaire offers an IP65 rating whilst not compromising on the impressive photometry and performance in both anti-panic and escape route applications that is expected of the LR4 luminaire. The

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Compact Type 2 surge protection devices

The DEHNcord is a flexible range of type 2 surge arresters that can be easily integrated into flush-mounted systems, cable ducts, flush-type boxes and end use terminal equipment. They are ideally suited to the protection of LED lights, control panels, fire alarm

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