Global medical battery manufacturer Ultralife Corporation’s URB12400-U1-SMB batteries are now qualified for use with medical cart inverters from Tripp Lite and Ametek Powervar.
Electric Vehicle drivers arriving at Anglian Water’s offices throughout the region will be able to charge their vehicles using brand new Rolec EV charging points.
Ecolighting UK Ltd has recently won an £850,000 contract with Stapleton Tyres to install LED lighting into all its 11 warehouses around the country saving the company in excess of 50% energy and CO2 costs as well as significantly improving light levels.
OFTEC registration figures have hit a five year high and are continuing to rise, underlining the increasing value both technicians and consumers are placing on professional qualifications.
SELECT, the campaigning body for the electro-technical trade in Scotland, has been updating its members on key points from the newly launched 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations.
The latest research from power management company Eaton reveals that a lack of fire prevention technology and safety awareness, combined with the assumption that appropriate fire safeguards are in place, may be putting the British public at risk.
South Cambridgeshire District Council is upgrading its 1400 sheltered housing properties with new warden call systems connected to Aico mains powered Multi-Sensor, Heat and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms.
New low voltage electrical jointing resin from 3M combines innovative new features for premium protection of cables.
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Following the successful launch of its pioneering range of next generation C.K MightyRods PRO cable rods, C.K continues to develop its range of cable routing tools, unmatched for their high quality and efficiency. With this in mind, the launch of its exciting new and innovative range of C.K spir
The recent analysis of internal data from online training course provider findcourses has shown the traditional industry gender splits, which indicated more employees of one sex than the other in certain roles, are significantly changing.
SELECT, the campaigning trade body which represents the electro-technical sector in Scotland, is taking two Penicuik, Midlothian schoolgirls through a four week internship with the help of leading charity, Career Ready.