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Fire Safety and protection

Furse

Furse

With over 120 years of experience Furse (a member of the ABB group) provide world leading earthing, lightning and electronic systems protection solutions. From our own designed and manufactured products, through to risk assessment and systems design advice, Furse offer a renowned Total Solution to all your earthing and lightning protection needs, with our products specified and installed in many prestigious projects globally.

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.

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