Electrical Trade News from around the UK.
Trace Software International announces the signing of a definitive agreement for the sale of elecworks™, the software for the design of electrical and automation projects, to Dassault Systèmes Solidworks.
It’s the news that was recently revealed in an article, published by The IPG last year, that found a staggering 75% of working plumbers will experience problems with their knees as a result of the hard graft and constant kneeling associated with the profession.
On New Year’s Day 1968, the programmable logic controller (PLC) was first designed. It has been used ever since to make logic based decisions in automated industrial processes.
Access control is one of, if not, the most important element of building security. It is vital in so many ways, not only from an anti-intruder or theft perspective but also in terms of health and safety.
Asbestos containing materials can still be found in a huge number of buildings, including shops, hospitals, schools, factories and domestic properties, throughout the UK, even though the use of asbestos was banned in the UK in 1999.
There have been a lot of qualified electricians who have left the electrical contracting industry to build their careers as Fire Detection and Alarm Maintenance Technicians.
Leading Independent Connections Provider, Rock Power Connections, has finalised the installation of the electrical supply to Glenmore Business Park, a new development of 14 industrial warehouse units based in Langford Docks, Kidlington.
Heating and plumbing supplies specialist Altecnic is strengthening its market-leading position by restructuring its trade sales team and recruiting two new area sales managers.
London, February 2019 – With the cost of legal disputes in UK construction at an all-time highiand tribunal cases rising sharply in the past yearc, ECIC, the specialist insurer for the building services sector has launched a new Legal Expenses Insura
EO Charging, one of the UK’s leading electric vehicle (EV) charging manufacturers, has today launched Plug In Suffolk in partnership with Suffolk County Council and renewable energy provider Bulb.