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Win a Toshiba netbook worth £300!


Courtesy of Prysmian, we have one Toshiba NB520-108 up for grabs! T


eaming up with ECA Today for this issue’s competition, Prysmian is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a fantastic new Toshiba NB520-108 netbook. This portable


but heavy duty device combines a hefty hard drive and 10 hours’ battery life with large widescreen, Microsoft Windows 7 OS and a built-in camera. Netbooks are the perfect tool for anyone on the move as they fulfil all basic computing and multi-tasking needs whilst being incredibly compact and manageable.


Prysmian Afumex range If you need a high quality Low Smoke, Zero Halogen (LSOH) cable that is also British Standard compliant and cost effective, then the Prysmian Afumex range represents a perfect choice. Selecting the Afumex range guarantees quality, and offers


the widest choice as well as the greatest safety. Safety, of course, is a paramount consideration for today’s intelligent and complex buildings. Under fire conditions, cables can be a vehicle for flame


propagation, while generating smoke, corrosive gases and other toxic fumes. This can impede building evacuation, delay emergency services and present a hazard to personnel, property, equipment, and the continuity of business. While there are now many cables in the marketplace


that promote limited fire hazard or low smoke and fume properties, cables that provide protection against all aspects of fire hazard – including smoke and gas emissions, flame spread and heat release – offer even greater safety. All products in the Afumex range of cables comply with


the highest standards of performance in terms of reaction to fire: n Low emission of smoke, meeting the requirements of BS EN 61034-2; n Low acid gas emission, meeting the requirements of BS EN 50267-2-1 or BS EN 50267-2-2; n Flame retardant/resistant to ignition, meeting the requirements of BS EN 60332-1-2; n Reduced flame propagation, meeting the requirements of BS EN 60332-3-24; and


n Cable construction, meeting the requirements of BS7211, BS6724 or BS8436. The Afumex range now includes four types: 6491B,


6242B, BS6274 and LSX. For more information on these, visit the dedicated website at www.afumex.co.uk


How to enter If you’d like the chance to win a Toshiba NB520-108 netbook, courtesy of Prysmian, simply answer the following question and send it in by email or post to the address below:


Q: Afumex cables are installed in The Shard skyscraper. Where is this building located?


A: London B: Cardiff C: Edinburgh


To enter, email your answer to: competitions@ecatoday.co.uk (or write to: Competitions, ECA Today, 275 Newmarket Road, Cambridge, CB5 8JE). Closing date for entries is 1 November 2011.


Competition terms and conditions


1. Employees of the ECA, Cambridge Publishers Ltd. and any company associated with the specific competition and their families are not eligible to enter the competition. 2. Only one entry per person is permitted. 3. Proof of posting is not proof of our receipt of your entry. No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are lost, delayed or damaged. 4. The closing date is as specified in the competition. 5. Winners will be formally notified within 21 days of the closing date on 1 November 2011. 6. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 7. The prize may not be transferred to any other person. 8. Full details of the prize will be given in writing upon notification. 9. No cash alternative or alternative prize is available.


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