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Snickers Workwear - Cool and Smart this Summer Lightweight Shirts, Shorts and Trousers make working on site a breeze this summer

new Topwear will make work this summer a real breeze! There’s also brand new LITEWork Trousers and Shorts, plus special offer


Claim a free battery with Makita’s

latest promotion

Makita UK, is offering professionals the opportunity to claim a FREE 40V battery (2.5Ah) with selected XGT product purchases via a brand new redemption scheme.

T The battery promotion entitles end users to claim a free

40V 2.5Ah lithium-ion battery with purchases of selected products within Makita’s new cordless 40V XGT range.

Once a qualifying XGT ‘GD101’, ‘GD102’, or ‘GD103’

product has been purchased within the promotional period from an authorised Makita dealer, the end user customer needs to register their claim within 28 days of purchase, via a dedicated microsite by submitting their details and proof of purchase. On successful application, customers will receive their free gift after 30 days. Claims must be submitted between 1st July and within 28 days of the offer closing on the 30th September 2020.

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Hellberg Safety – Advanced Personal Protective Equipment U

o celebrate the launch of its new XGT 40V Max battery platform, leading power tool manufacturer,

‘Two-pack’ 100% Cotton T-shirts. Choose from three different easy-care colour and design options to compliment whatever you’re wearing - at work or play. There’s also new Hoodies, Sweatshirts and Hi-vis ProtecWork protective

wear in a range of styles and colours that are super-light and quick drying with advanced ventilation to keep you cool when it’s warm. They’ve all got superb, body-mapping designs for an amazing fit, outstanding functionality and long-lasting comfort – all day, every day.

Snickers Workwear • 01484 854788

Cambridge finance offices benefit from new robust cable management

n 2019, the finance offices on the Cambridge University Press site began to plan a refurbishment to enhance its IT and meeting facilities. To assist with the cable management part of the works, Marshall-Tufflex supplied a range of products to serve this large, high-end office.

I Michael Penfold, Director of M Penfold Electrical Contractors Ltd, had worked

with Marshall-Tufflex products previously and knew the products and services to be reliable, robust and ideal for such a high-profile job.

“We were working to quite a tight schedule for this one, with plans that the

entire office was going to be stripped bare, including all the flooring and walls. From then, we had a twelve-week schedule in place to install fuse boards, powertrack, power and data modules and trunking, in order to supply power and data to a large number of desktop computers.

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veryone needs to be cool, dry and safe at work this summer - to maintain wellbeing and working efficiency on site. That’s why Snickers’

sing high quality materials, all Hellberg Safety products are developed and independently tested in “real-life” situations for optimal performance to deliver

products that are comfortable and reliable in any risk environment. The SECURE series features everything from standard passive ear defenders available in

3 protection levels to advanced electronic communication solutions. SECURE ACTIVE allows you to communicate with your colleagues, hear warning signals

and other important information while protected from hazardous noise. SECURE RELAX protects your hearing while you enjoy listening to your favourite radio station, while SECURE REACT allows you to listen to AM/FM radio and communicate with your colleagues while still being protected from harmful noise.

The SAFE face protection range offers customised visors solutions for protection against a variety of

hazards. The visors and carriers are ergonomically designed to be practical and effective and are fully compatible with the SECURE system.

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Wieland’s new podis® power bus system – for the simple distribution of power


he new podis® power bus system from Wieland Electric helps to implement the

distribution of power quickly and easily. Ideal for use in airports for baggage conveyor systems, office buildings, shopping centres for the ruting of power, the podis® power bus system has found popularity more recently for the installation of vehicle charging stations for electric cars in public parking garages. The podis® decentralised energy distribution system allows a large number of charging stations to be connected with just one supply cable.

High currents have to be distributed safely without disturbing the existing installation. Often in existing

buildings the space required for this application has not been taken into account. And it needs to be easy to extend the installation to accommodate the foreseeable increasing demand for additional charging stations. As a result, a supposedly simple installation soon becomes a complex task.

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Ellis adds another chapter to growing

its UK designed and manufactured cable cleats to a pulp and paper producer in Brazil.

Metso Brasil specified the North Yorkshire company’s

2F+ cable cleats to secure electrical cables in a multi- million Brazilian Real (R$) extension of Suzano Papel e Celulose’s factory in Imperatriz – a city with a population of over half a million in the state of Maranhão.

Kelly Brown, Ellis’ export sales manager, said: “The success

of our export business is built on relatively simple foundations. We thoroughly research any new market and appoint a local distributor prior to even considering commencing sales. It does, of course, help if your products are widely viewed as the best available anywhere in the world.”

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export success story E

llis Patents has added another chapter to its export success story having secured a specification to supply

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