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Comtec Power

Comtec Power

Established for more than two decades, Comtec Power have specialised in the design and provision of efficient comms room, server room and data centre solutions to SME’s, operating within the private and public sectors throughout the UK, Europe, and North America. 

Critical Power Supplies

Critical Power Supplies

Critical Power Supplies is a leading independent UK multi-brand supplier of critical power and energy solutions including uninterruptible power supplies and standby power generators to 6MVA. As a multi-brand supplier we are well placed to provide you with the right power solution for your application and we work with a range of clients including M&E consultants, quantity surveyors, electrical contractors, distributors, resellers, corporates and end-users.

Cambridge Sensotec ltd

Cambridge Sensotec ltd

Cambridge Sensotec Ltd specialises in the design and manufacture of gas analysis equipment under the Rapidox brand. Based in the UK, the company have an established worldwide distribution network and ISO 9001 accreditation.

Cubic Modular Systems UK ltd

Cubic Modular Systems UK ltd

A good foundation is essential for any success. It is the breeding ground for development and visions. It creates potentials and embraces the challenges of tomorrow. 

With this in mind, CUBIC was founded in 1973 based on a unique idea of a modular system for the construction of electrical panels. This idea has since the early start developed CUBIC into a global and recognized partner within electromechanics and with a product range that comprises any type of enclosure.

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