Electrical Services

  • Report underlines fire performance of PVC-U

    By BSEE on January 30, 2008
    Specifying products and systems for modern building projects is no easy task. Not only must a plethora of Building Regulations and standards – both British and European – be met, but the properties of all materials used must be fully understood. Achieving this is no mean feat, calling upon specifiers to pick their way through a maze of information that […]
  • Building a sustainable future

    By BSEE on December 19, 2007
    Sustainability is not just a smart marketing angle these days, it’s a political imperative. As pressure to take positive steps to combat global warming increases, legislation compelling the construction industry to design sustainability into new buildings will become increasingly stringent. For many, the need to focus on sustainability, whether for environmental or economic reasons, already sits at the heart of […]
  • Cabling – getting it right

    By BSEE on October 25, 2007
    With an ever-increasing number of cables coming onto the market, and a growing awareness of the need to comply with regulatory standards and ensure best practices it is high time that a number of cable issues are seriously addressed. A vitally important task is to get to a point where installers can confidently rely on manufacturers’ cable ratings and to […]
  • Don’t blame the management

    By BSEE on August 29, 2006
    A correctly specified and installed cable management system ensures that a structured cabling system performs at its best – so cable management should be considered from the start of a project, says Steve Davis of Mita.Containment is one of the most critical aspects of data cabling, and has a significant effect on the performance of a structured cabling system. As […]