Cable Management supports and contains cables during installation and makes maintenance or changes to the cable system easier such as tidying, crimping or channeling. The term is used for products, workmanship or planning.
In our experience there are many engineers who design cable assemblies without prototyping them first.
PVC4Cables hosted yesterday its first conference ‘Sustainability, Innovation, Market: The new horizons of the PVC cables industry’ in Lyon, France, attracting more than 110 delegates from all over Europe.
People have higher expectations when it comes to how things look, and wiring accessories is no exception. Building designers, product specifiers and installing contractors are just as interested in how wiring accessories look on the outside, as how easy they are to install and use.
When it comes to the materials used in schools we expect that all measures are taken in order to prioritise and protect public safety.
Manufacturers risk losing out on trade opportunities with Europe without appropriate CE marking for their cable products, says BRE Global, the UK leader in fire, security and environmental testing and certification of construction products.
“Cable cleats should play a bigger part in the decision making process.” Head of CMP’s Technical Department, Lee Frizzell, explains why cable cleats play a crucial part in cable management systems.
Q: Firstly, what is a cable cleat?
Marshall-Tufflex’s new Cable Management catalogue is the must-have resource for specifiers and electrical contractors wanting the latest product and technical information at their finger tips.
Prysmian FP200 Gold cable has been specified for the Central Library in Manchester, one of the most instantly-recognisable landmarks of the city. The Grade II* listed library was built in the 1930s, and refurbished between 2010 and 2014.
In an office environment it doesn’t take long for the work space to become cluttered, files stack up, boxes get put in piles and electrical cables suddenly resemble an uncontrollable spaghetti junction.