Sterling Curve Aluminium puts the mettle into cable management

New Stubby VDE Slim Screwdriver 4 Pack

Following the successful launch of the world’s first fixed blade Stubby VDE Screwdriver, Carl Kammerling International, which supplies products to the industrial, construction, electronic and security industries, has introduced the Stubby VDE Slim Screwdriver 4 Pack, containing all four sizes of this clever range of safe, slim, stubby screwdrivers, that guarantee the safety which comes from a VDE product. Following research with professional electricians, Carl Kammerling identified that most carry a non-insulated stubby screwdriver, despite understanding the importance of tool insulation. The C.K Stubby VDE Slim Screwdrivers filled this void perfectly, featuring a shorter length (ideal

for use in confined spaces) and full VDE approval, to provide the assurance that each product is individually tested to 10,000V for safe working up to 1,000V. Quality chrome vanadium steel blades provide exceptional strength and durability, whilst the slim shaft allows easy access to recessed screws and fixings. In addition, all 4 screwdrivers feature tip type markings for easy identification, together with anti-roll flats to prevent the screwdriver from rolling off sloping surfaces. Manufactured in Germany, the C.K Stubby VDE

Sleek, stylish and strong – meet Sterling Curve Aluminium, the latest product launch from British cable management specialist Marshall-Tufflex. This new triple compartment Cat 7a compliant

trunking solution is gently curved at the edges to prevent clutter, make cleaning easier and deliver a good-looking profile that is as strong as it is attractive. Aluminum’s mechanical strength, impact resistance and light weight makes it ideal for high traffic environments such as schools, hospitals, offices, factories, railway stations and airports. Sterling Curve Aluminum is a medium-sized

trunking with three segregated compartments. It complements Marshall-Tufflex’s popular PVC-U Sterling Curve range and references its unique all-curved Odyssey trunking system. Jeremy Dodge, Marshall-Tufflex Head of

Innovation said: “We identified a gap in the market for a sleek, curved profile that is also strong and hard-wearing.” The 167mm x 50mm profile is available in silver

grey as standard. Profile 1 is suitable for dado applications and Profile 2 for skirting installations. Boxes are available to comply with Part M of the DDA regulations. Data boxes are adjustable from 32-40mm and can be screened. Single piece moulded polycarbonate couplers, end caps, internal and external bends plus fabricated flat tees and flat angles support the range. All centre compartment fittings from Marshall-Tufflex’s Sterling Aluminium range are compatible. sterling-aluminium-curve

Slim Screwdriver 4 Pack contains: ●T48344-040 SL4.0mm x 1 ●T48344-050 SL5.5mm x 1 ●T48343-2 PZD2 x 1 ●T48345-2 MOD2 x 1 For more information call 01758 704704 or visit:

u Red Arrow increases its range of LED

compact dimmable high bays Two new wattages have been added to Red Arrow’s range of LED Compact Dimmable High Bays. The range now comes in outputs of 100W, 150W, 200W and 240W,

allowing for choice depending on the location and application and improving efficiency in lighting design. This range offers a high power output of 130lm/W making it a very

energy efficient product. The Meanwell Driver is a recognised leading brand, offering reliability and quality assurance across the range. The Lumileds LED Chip is super-efficient and again makes

this a reliable product. The range is equipped with 1-10V dimming drivers, enabling dimming and control to individual requirements, and can significantly reduce energy consumption. The LED Compact Dimmable High Bays have an aluminium die cast body

making them low weight and easier to install. This feature also means the product has an effective heat sink and improved heat dissipation to ensure a longer life. The polycarbonate lens means that this product can be used in food preparation areas and grain stores. Roland Bricknell, Operations Manager, said: “The five year warranty on this product makes it a

reliable investment and the choice of the angled wall/ceiling mounted or suspension options make it suitable for a variety of locations and applications.” Greenbrook’s LED striplights will click with customers

GreenBrook has created a stylish, cost- effective and eco-friendly solution to installing feature lighting with Athena, a new range of inter-connectable LED striplights. Available in cool or warm white and in lengths of 35cm or 60cm, the new energy- efficient LED striplight range is designed for internal use and is ideal for providing feature lighting under kitchen units, shelves or in display cabinets. Explains GreenBrook Sales Director, Peter

Ratcliffe: “These lights can be used to make a big design statement at a low cost and because they are LEDs, they are energy efficient with low running costs and a long life. All of this adds up to an extremely functional and flexible lighting solution that

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provides a stylish alternative to traditional striplights or spotlights, providing subtle downlighting for all kinds of applications.” Simple to install, the new GreenBrook LED striplights can be linked together, clicking together quickly and easily without the need for tools to create a seamless strip of LEDs. Up to six 35cm units can be linked on a single circuit and users can choose either to join them continuously or to use link leads to allow a small gap between strips. These versatile lights use less than three watts per 35cm strip and have a typical lifespan of 25,000 hours.

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