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Cable Management


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Cable management has constantly evolved throughout the years, from traditional methods such as on-site installation to pre-assembled cable solutions. It’s ever changing with the time.


just about the virtues of a tidy installation – although that of course helps – but the other benefits that a good cable management system can bring. Whether it’s to save time during installation, to simplify the increasingly complex electrical


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lectrical contractors have always understood the advantages of effective cable management. It’s not


infrastructure in our homes and businesses, or to make buildings safer, cable management can play a vital role.


Modular systems Modular buildings are being seen as a solution to the demand for new build construction, and with good reason. Modern Building Services reports that modular systems typically reduce


on-site installation times by up to 70%. Modular building manufacturers are therefore


looking for new ways to manage their appliances and cables to reduce downtime and costs. New methods such as refabricated connectors


and pre-assembled cables can mean a reliable and flexible wiring solution that performs significantly better than alternative systems – in less time to install. Offering pre-assembled cable solutions reduces excessive management from electricians, therefore reducing any on site risks for the installer. Installing or working with a modular cabling


system requires minimal maintenance, allowing spare time to be put to good use elsewhere. Site waste and cable snagging, two of the most common issues with traditional wiring systems due to inadequate cable management, are reduced or eliminated with modular cable systems. This brings great safety on the site. Quality assurance is guaranteed because the modular approach uses a controlled environment to test the wiring accessories. The electrical wiring and accessories sector is


gradually evolving and taking up new technologies and methods of construction. Not only is there a new skilled workforce ready but the sector is also learning to become prefabricated, lean, and green. This is promising particularly in a period when on-time and within- budget are the two main expectations of projects.


24 | electrical wholesalerOctober 2019 ewnews.co.uk


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