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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


Detachable Holster Pockets In Snickers’ New LiteWork Stretch Trousers


Quartzelec makes senior strategic management appointments


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uartzelec, a leading independent engineering service provider with an ever-extending international reach


and an annual turnover in excess of £74m, is pleased to announce, that with immediate effect, Stephen Morrison (pictured one) will join the Rugby based HQ team as Managing Director for Quartzelec Ltd, a role previously held by Daniel Laval (pictured below two) who continues as Chairman of the Quartzelec Group of Companies. One Daniel Laval joined the business in 2003 as Managing


Director for the company and led the business through an MBO from previous French owner, Cegelec in 2007. Stephen Morrison was appointed MD of Quartzelec’s Contracting Services business just a year ago, having joined Quartzelec in 2013. Stephen now has day-to-day management responsibility for developing both the UK Rotating Machines and the Contracting Services businesses. As well as his role as Chairman of the Group, Daniel will retain responsibility for the international Rotating Machines businesses.


Quartzelec  01788 512512  www.quartzelec.com


Lewden


tech fabrics and body-mapping designs give plenty of scope for every professional craftsman and woman to stretch their performance on site comfortably. Designed for a wide variety of jobs on site, these LiteWork 4-way stretch work trousers are the ideal choice if you’re working hard in warmer weather. For maximum flexibility in getting work done, these new Trousers feature detachable holster pockets while the trousers themselves are made from full-stretch material for maximum mobility wherever you’re working while the Cordura®-reinforced Kneeguard™ pockets offer additional comfort and protection. For maximum functionality there’s also ruler, and cargo pockets for easy access to tools and fixings. They’re all Cordura® reinforced for durability. So check out these newest designs – the optimal choice for craftsmen and women who need to get the job done quickly efficiently on site.


L Snickers  01484 854788  www.snickersworkwear.co.uk


Lewden launch Type B RCCBs in 2 Pole & 4 Pole versions L


eading where others follow, Snickers Workwear stretch fabrics deliver unrivalled comfort and close quarter mobility on site. Snickers Workwear’s hi-


ewden has recently introduced Type B RCCBs to its range of circuit protection devices, in addition to the Type A and


Type AC versions. Available in both 2 Pole and 4 Pole versions, Type B residual current circuit breakers (RCCBs) provide total protection for all known residual current faults. They are particularly suited to applications such as


Electric vehicle charging, where smooth DC fault current >6mA exists, small scale electricity generating systems such as solar PV and wind generators, inverters for variable speed control, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), and battery chargers and three phase rectified supplies. The comprehensive range of RCCBs available from Lewden includes 2 Pole RCCBs in Class AC, Class A, Class B and 4 Pole RCCBs in Class B. Find out more details about the range on www.lewden.com


 01376 336200  www.lewden.com


HARVARD LAUNCHES NEW CASAMBI-ENABLED LED DRIVERS


LORIEN EXPANDS TEAM WITH NEW MANAGEMENT APPOINTMENTS


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orien Engineering Solutions has made four management appointments to its UK team based at Burton-upon- Trent, following a series of new business wins.


The multi-disciplinary engineering and project management business has doubled the size of its project management team with the appointment of Owain Davies, Richard Mullan, Darren Toon and Ben Tomlinson. The new Project Managers will support the company’s senior management and directors and drive further growth.


Owain Davies brings 12 years’ experience as a project engineer and manager with expertise gained at 3M and Molston Coors. He joins Lorien from process engineering company Briggs of Burton, where he designed and implemented engineering projects across a range of business sectors.


At Lorien, he will have a strategic Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management (EPCM) role within the food, brewery and life sciences sectors, as well as a focus on stakeholder management.


Lorien Engineering Solutions  01283 485100


www.lorienengineering.com CONNECTINGINDUSTRY.COM/ELECTRICALENGINEERING I


n a partnership with Holders, UK distributors for Casambi, Harvard Power Systems is launching a full


range of their high specification CLi Series LED drivers with built-in Casambi wireless communications capabilities. The new range of CLi-Casambi LED drivers will be available exclusively through Holders, who offer a number of Casambi-enabled products which work seamlessly together to form a mesh network. Casambi provides a modern wireless lighting control


system based on Bluetooth Low Energy, the only low power wireless technology in all modern smart phones, tablets and even smart watches. Working with Holders, Harvard Power Systems have integrated a Casambi node into its full range of CoolLED PRO CLi Series LED drivers whilst retaining all their high specification features in their ultra- compact size


Harvard Power Systems  0113 880 5405  www.harvardpowersystems.com


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