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ABB Limited

ABB Limited

Your site’s Power Factor (PF) is the relationship between the active and reactive power on the network. It measures how effectively you use the electricity you buy. A poor PF – lower than 0.9 - means you are effectively burning money.

 

HELUKABEL (UK) LTD

HELUKABEL (UK) LTD

HELUKABEL® (UK) LTD, specialise in the manufacture and supply of Electrical cables for industry (wind turbine, power, Automation, Control, Servo, Robotics, DNB, Solar). With new office and warehouse facilities in Wirral, combined with a vast global network, HELUKABEL® can deliver your order within extremely short lead times.

 

 

HARTING Ltd

HARTING Ltd

The HARTING Technology Group is an industry leader in the fields of electrical, electronic and optical connection, transmission and networking.

The HARTING Technology Group is an industry leader in the fields of electrical, electronic and optical connection, transmission and networking. 

Rittal ltd

Rittal ltd

Rittal - The System: Faster - Better - everywhere

Rittal leads the world in providing solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, enclosure climate control and IT infrastructure, as well as software and services. Systems made by Rittal are deployed across a variety of industrial and IT applications, including vertical sectors such as the transport industry, power generation, mechanical and plant engineering, IT and telecommunications.

Panduit

Panduit

Panduit is a world leader that engineers flexible, end-to-end electrical and network and data centre connectivity physical infrastructure solutions that help business stay connected in a global world. Our high-performance products improve productivity and offer a lower total cost of ownership that create a competitive business advantage.

BEMCO LTD

BEMCO LTD

The British Electrical and Manufacturing Company Limited (Bemco) originated as the Tyneside Electrical Supply Company, which was established in 1893 in Newcastle upon Tyne.  It was formed by two partners, to supply electrical equipment to industrial users in the North East of England and as a purchasing company for one of the first organisations in the world to cut coal by electricity, the Electrical Coal Cutting Contract Corporation.

FS Cables

FS Cables

FS Cables

FS Cables supply the cables you need, when you need them. 

ETS Cable Components

ETS Cable Components

ETS Cable Components are leading UK distributors and global exporters of LV – HV power cable accessories and equipment - for cable jointing, cable installation, cable preparation and Hazardous Area equipment.

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. 

Eland Cables

Eland Cables

Eland Cables is a global supplier of power, data, control and instrumentation cables and cable accessories. In addition to a comprehensive portfolio and extensive stockholding for next-day delivery, we add value by delivering end-to-end technical support, uncompromising customer focus and unsurpassed product quality.

PMA UK

PMA UK

Areas of Operation: Cables and Cable management, Cabling, Connectors, Renewable Marine/Offshore, Renewable Solar / PV and Wind

PMA, a member of the ABB Group, has been developing, producing and selling top-quality cable protection systems since 1975. Our high quality Swiss products have rapidly earned us an excellent reputation worldwide and established us as the market leader.

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