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PRODUCTS & SERVICES CMD ALL ABOUT USB


CMD’s new USB charger (shown in their Contour module) is fitted to standard 50x50mm tiles and can be installed in any current CMD on-desk or in-desk module. The USB charger is compatible with a wide range of devises including; Apple iPad, iPhone 5 and iPod Touch, Google Nexus 4, Blackberry Playbook and Curve, Samsung Galaxy S3, Kindle, HTC Desire HD and many more.


The charging unit, which is prewired into the module, is powered by the adjacent power socket so no additional wiring is required. This ensures that the module complies with the latest charging standard (BS EN 62684:2010), whilst making the installation quick and easy to complete.


Steve Cole, CMD Managing Director, explained: “SB charging isn’t new to CMD! We introduced our first charger over 12 months ago but we wanted to


find a solution to replace the earlier version. Our new charger is much more desirable for our customers, with the flexibility to use both USB ports for the full range of compatible devices – unlike other similar USB chargers, which have just one dedicated port for Apple products.


“The USB charger has been designed to fit behind our standard 50x50mm tile and can be installed into any of our in-desk and on-desk modules. It is available in three colours; white, black and grey – all with a


VORTICE’S SUPER DRY HAND DRYER


The Vort Super Dry hand dryer from Vortice is ideal for high traffic areas like shopping centres, motorway service stations, leisure centres, hotels, pubs and restaurants. Designed with particularly low power consumption, this IPX4 certified hand dryer is available in white or silver with two speed settings, hot and cold air selection and dries hands in seven to 10 seconds. Doing away with the need for paper towels entirely,


PROPERTY JOB BOARD


A brand new job board is now available for the property sector. Jobs in Property has been set up to provide a platform to enable candidates and clients within the property sector to advertise an opportunity or seek out that ideal role. Jobs in Property has all the essential features you would expect including: CV database, job posting,


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training, careers advice and guidance as well as some useful links.


Gary Sewell, Business Development Manager, commented: “We are very excited to bring JobsInProperty. com to the market. It is apparent in the Property sector that there are very few niche job boards. We hope to challenge this and bring something new to the market. We


have listened to the sector and we understand issues such as customer service and flexibility. We believe we have addressed all these issues and we aim to make working with JobsInProperty.com an enjoyable experience and we look forward to welcoming many new clients on board over the coming weeks and months.”


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this modern design, which has been competitively priced, is available from stock within three to four days.


Vortice’s National Sales Manager, Paul Gunner, said: “Vortice has always offered an extensive hygiene range, including hand and hair dryers and soap dispensers for commercial use – the Vort Super Dry is an obvious extension to this range.”


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stylish silver trim to complimenting the overall aesthetic of the chosen module. The design and manufacture of these new modules has been a real team effort and we are extremely excited by this latest addition to our product range.”


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