Cable management

Marshall-Tufflex, cable management, cable trunking

Marshall-Tufflex describes its new cable-management catalogue as a must have for specifiers and electrical contractors. Running to 328 pages, this catalogue contains a raft of new products and system developments, together with in-depth information and images of the established ranges.

Among innovations are the Sterling Curve data-compliant system with three compartments and a curved lid. It is easy to clean and available with an antimicrobial Bio option.

Another innovation is the Firefly clip system that holds power and data cables in place in the event of a fire, keeping escape routes free and accessible.

The Fast coupling system for wire basket can be assembled in just four seconds without any tools.

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