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Provided by experts on EMI, PROFIBUS and PROFINET ~ Electromagnetic compatibility specialist EMC Standards is inviting bookings to a one-day training course about maintaining PROFIBUS and PROFINET reliability in modern industrial environments.

Whether it’s on a train, in a café or a hotel lobby – whatever the location, the number of people that want to charge their smartphone on the go is growing. In fact, our recent research found that 30% of UK adults charge their phone in a public place at least once a month, while 58% would like to

The Electrical Industries Charity together with Power Players 2017 winners Joseph Wu of T Clarke and Charlie Harwood of CEF are set to take on the Arctic Adventure to raise vital funds for the Dickinson family.

 

The application criteria for the ECS Labourer Card are being amended, to reinforce the fact that only those working in the electrotechnical industry are eligible for a card.

How safe your building is, is paramount for all businesses. From large corporations to small family businesses, there is much to consider when deciding what equipment and measures are required for the safety of the office. 

 

Chairman of the NAPIT Trade Association, Frank Bertie, discusses the ongoing smart meter rollout and the impact it will have on households, businesses and tradespeople across the UK.

 

The ‘Electrical Industry Awards 2017’ have recently announced the finalists of this year’s competition, and there is a surprising contender which has appeared on the list – a book. “Electrical Contracting Tendering & Estimating: An Introductory Short Guide” is a new publication which was laun

In order to survive conditions of dust and moisture, fittings in many industrial establishments and workshops must fulfill high requirements. These tough fixtures must be of significant quality and must have the capability to survive industrial conditions.

FE Engel, the Danish company which is recognised as one of the World’s leading manufacturers of comfortable and practical workwear includes the ‘Galaxy’ range amongst its collection.

Up to 2,000 unqualified electrical businesses are potentially putting the safety of the Scottish public at risk according to SELECT the Electrical Contractors’ Association of Scotland whose 1250 members carry out more than £1 billion’s worth, of the country’s electrical work.
 

Gira, one of the worlds leading full-range suppliers of intelligent system solutions for building management, is pleased to announce its participation in the upcoming UK tour of ‘The Electricians Exhibition’, ELEX.
 

Charge point specialist Rolec EV has announced the release of its new Quantum EV charging pedestal range.

This new Quantum range further enhances Rolec’s reputation as a major pioneer in the EV charging world, and brings something new and dynamic to the industry.

In this post, leading automotive locksmiths CAT Autokeys, discuss connected cars and ask what is keyless entry theft, how does it work, and is it worth worrying about?

Connected cars are undoubtedly one of t

The UK market for mechanical and electrical (M&E) contracting has increased by almost 25% since 2012, following a period of sustained growth from 2013 onwards, driven by a buoyant new build market, with rising output in the office and infrastructure sectors in pa