Cable Management

  • The importance of cable cleats

    By BSEE on October 30, 2008
    As we all know the cable management market in the UK is a massive industry, with millions spent each year in product development, system installation, renovation and even replacement. Therefore, it would seem extremely remiss if one significant installation aspect was frequently neglected. The key issue surrounding cable cleats is that their importance is frequently underestimated. Therefore, instead of being […]
  • Cabling containment in a wired world

    By BSEE on October 30, 2008
    Data-communications systems have become an accepted and integral part of a growing majority of modern multi-service electrical installations. Nevertheless, the demand for increased bandwidth and greater network speeds is putting additional pressure on installers and contractors. This not only includes the need to contain and protect a combination of mains power together with sensitive, high-tech wiring and cabling in mission-critical […]
  • The importance of cable cleats

    By BSEE on October 30, 2008
    As we all know the cable management market in the UK is a massive industry, with millions spent each year in product development, system installation, renovation and even replacement. Therefore, it would seem extremely remiss if one significant installation aspect was frequently neglected. The key issue surrounding cable cleats is that their importance is frequently underestimated. Therefore, instead of being […]
  • Addressing the need for speed

    By BSEE on July 25, 2008
    It’s fair to say that MT32 has proved a revelation for many people working within, or allied to, the electrical industry. Not only does it save time and money, it delivers super quick installations that are, quite simply, impossible to get wrong.Couple this with MT32’s ability to be reconfigured post installation – for example during an office re-fit – and […]
  • An innovative approach

    By BSEE on July 25, 2008
    Largely driven by the changing needs of electrical contractors and engineers, cable management and identification products have come a long way over the past few decades. This has been the result of a number of factors. Firstly, as the industry has continued to evolve, new builds and refurbishments have become more complex, leading to a greater need for innovative cabling […]
  • Addressing the need for speed

    By BSEE on July 25, 2008
    It’s fair to say that MT32 has proved a revelation for many people working within, or allied to, the electrical industry. Not only does it save time and money, it delivers super quick installations that are, quite simply, impossible to get wrong.Couple this with MT32’s ability to be reconfigured post installation – for example during an office re-fit – and […]
  • An innovative approach

    By BSEE on July 25, 2008
    Largely driven by the changing needs of electrical contractors and engineers, cable management and identification products have come a long way over the past few decades. This has been the result of a number of factors. Firstly, as the industry has continued to evolve, new builds and refurbishments have become more complex, leading to a greater need for innovative cabling […]
  • Powerful proof of application suitability

    By BSEE on May 29, 2008
    For electrical contractors, the advent of steel wire cable management tray has dramatically reduced data cable installation times, and, as a consequence, helped reduce costs too.  Up to 40% quicker to install than traditional perforated steel tray, steel wire tray can be cut, shaped and fixed on site.  What’s more, the installer does not need to be a qualified electrician, […]
  • Powerful proof of application suitability

    By BSEE on May 29, 2008
    For electrical contractors, the advent of steel wire cable management tray has dramatically reduced data cable installation times, and, as a consequence, helped reduce costs too.  Up to 40% quicker to install than traditional perforated steel tray, steel wire tray can be cut, shaped and fixed on site.  What’s more, the installer does not need to be a qualified electrician, […]
  • Cable management: Going public with electrical installation

    By BSEE on July 19, 2007
    Tight lead times from clients throughout the construction sector are leading electrical installers to look at ways to shave valuable time off all projects. A main driver for the cabling industry to introduce innovation to save time on projects will come from work won in the public sector, on schemes including schools and hospitals.Projects such as the Government’s Building Schools […]