Features

Martindale Electric looks at what’s needed to stay safe when working on electrical plant equipment and identifies simple solutions to ensure equipment safety ratings match the application.

Andrew Keith, product development director at power resistor manufacturer Cressall Resistors, explains why load bank testing for hospital generators is a crucial industry requirement.

Just about the largest single donation to former foreign secretary Al “Boris” Johnson’s campaign to become Prime Minister came from Terence Mordaunt, via his company First Corporate Shipping.

SELECT's Dave Forrester offers some tips on how to protect gadgets from surges caused by lightning strikes. 

The Energy Intensive Users Group has been in existence for 20 years. During this time, they have repeated the same simple two mantras: Electricity prices in the UK are too high, and if they aren’t reduced immediately, heavy industry will up and leave.

BCL Power Ltd explains why it’s vital to guard against downtime due to faulty power systems – and how the company helps to keep businesses protected.

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.

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.

Luceco describes the benefits being offered by its LED luminaire refit at the Northern & Shell building in the heart of London.

Having a bit of a tidy up, I chanced upon a study issued in 2013 by the Adam Smith Institute, a long established ‘free market’ lobby group much cited by right wing MPs. The publication is titled Policy Study 403: Limits of Windpower