Cable Management

  • Ellis wins second Gulf Coast refinery order

    Cable cleat manufacturer Ellis Patents has secured a repeat specification from a major Gulf Coast refinery ten years after its cleats were used on the refinery’s first substation. 

  • Cable Trail offers new safety solution

    Cable management and identification specialist Cable Trail has introduced the Cable-Klip to solve a common industry problem.

  • Top tips to cable management specification

    When it comes to specifying cable management systems, there are a number of key areas to consider in addition to cost per unit and installation time.  Mark Williams, lead marketing manager for cable management at Legrand, talks through some simple top tips during specification.

  • Cable that can handle the heat

    Calls have been made recently by a number of influential industry bodies to make the installation of sprinklers mandatory in public buildings following a number of tragedies. Graham Turner of AEI Cables explains why the quality of cabling providing power for these systems is critical.

  • Legrand launches IP55-rated distribution trunking

    Legrand has introduced an IP55-rated distribution trunking to its Salamandre range of cable management solutions, suitable for more challenging environments.

  • Marshall-Tufflex cable management supports engineering innovation

    Marshall-Tufflex has provided a cable management solution for a new Engineering Innovation Centre (EIC) at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).

  • Importance of approvals growing for MV cables 

    As the demand for power increases in the UK across growing domestic and industrial markets including the nuclear industry, so the need for reliable power generation, transmission, and distribution using Medium Voltage (MV) cables has risen with it. Graham Turner of AEI Cables looks at the future.

  • Ellis cable clamps used in $4bn water & electricity network upgrade

    Cable clamps designed and manufactured by Ellis have been used to secure electrical cables in Bahrain that are being laid as part of a $4billion project to enhance the middle eastern kingdom’s water and electricity networks.

  • Class-leading system

    Megger explains how it helped Nebraska Public Power District clear its cable replacement backlog.

  • New wireless HDMI senders from ESP

    ESP has launched a new range of wireless HDMI senders that are designed to overcome the problems associated with HDMI cable restrictions.

  • Ellis offers installers an innovative twist

    Ellis has developed a new twist foot fixing mechanism, designed to reduce installation time and costs, and simplify the ordering process.

  • New igus material optimises insulation for chainflex VFD

    igus has developed an innovative new material for its latest generation of motor and servo cables which meets electrical and thermal specifications.

  • ABB control system cuts costs for cable maker

    An ABB control system is increasing productivity, lowering waste and reducing energy costs for the British Cables Company (BCC). 

  • No cutting corners

    Paul Nolan, national projects manager from cable management specialist, Unitrunk, discusses the need to maintain the integrity of the cable management specification while maximising other opportunities to reduce installed costs.

  • The next steps

    Cable management has constantly evolved throughout the years, from traditional methods such as on-site installation to pre-assembled cable solutions – it’s ever changing with the times. HellermanTyton takes a look at the current, and future, cable management landscape.

  • Recycling matters

    Paul Hetherington, CEO at Marshall-Tufflex, discusses the environmental benefits of selecting PVC-U cable management systems manufactured from recycled materials. 

  • Flexicon launches FPA80 flexible conduit fitting

    Flexible conduit system manufacturer, Flexicon, has extended its range of FPA fast-fit flexible conduit fittings to include the new FPA80 for larger cable installations.

  • Unitrunk cable trunking used in Coventry Uni library upgrade

    Multi-compartment trunking from Unitrunk is being used to provide the new data and electrical cabling infrastructure for an upgrade to the library at Coventry University.

  • Marshall-Tufflex launches interactive recycling calculator

    Providing a window into cable management Marshall-Tufflex has launched its Recycled PVC-U Calculator, showing users exactly how much recycled material is included in each of its products and therefore saved from being sent straight to landfill. 

  • Marshall-Tufflex releases new catalogue

    Marshall-Tufflex has announced the launch of its latest catalogue, featuring the company’s full collection of cable management solutions.

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