Cable pathways regulatory landscape made easier thanks to guide

A new guide that outlines the key updates relating to cable pathways has been launched by Legrand UK & Ireland, following updates to a number of key industry regulations. The guide – Creating Cable Pathways – follows recent updates to…

Do you need third-party certification for your wire and cable?

Poor quality and non-compliant electric wire and cables are sold and installed throughout the world. These cables can increase the probability of circuit failure and greatly increases the risk of fire. Non-compliance is common in conductors, in insulation and in…

Beele Engineering develops fire safe plastic transit system

Beele Engineering has developed a new range of HE plastic transit sleeves and frames to provide for the reliable and comfortable transit of cables and pipes and to provide for a fire-resistant, gas, smoke and watertight seal. The new transit sleeves and frames…

Nexans TITANEX® Cable Range Has Evolved To Support Temperature Applications Up To 90°C

Nexans has further developed it’s TITANEX® family of H07RN-F low voltage flexible rubber cables to withstand temperatures up to 90°C at the core (for fixed and protected installations) The developments are to allow for easier installation due to increased visibility of…

Quality is key against non-approved cables

Cable leader AEI Cables has reinforced its commitment to quality and service delivery across its markets by committing to a further prestige standard as the fight against non-approved cables continues. Stuart Dover, the commercial manager for AEI Cables, said: “AEI…

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