Marshall Tufflex devises new approach to reducing wiring time on site

MT32
Marshall Tufflex’s MT32 power-connection system uses a compact 32 A connector that provides a complete solution all the way from the power inlet to the final outlet. — whether it be underfloor, perimeter trunking, dry-lined construction or a multitude of other applications. The concept requires no on-site wiring and significantly reduces installation time. All components are pre-wired and pretested. MT32 is based on simple 3- or 4-pole male-to-female connectors that simply click together. These connections are mechanically keyed so that they cannot be incorrectly installed. Boxes and connectors are all prewired and pretested at the factory. Extension cables are colour coded to differentiate options for power, lighting and other users, and they are available in different lengths. MT32 can be used with the Marshall Tufflex Odyssey range and Sterling trunking. Enquiry Number 173
Marshall Tufflex’s MT32 power-connection system uses a compact 32 A connector that provides a complete solution all the way from the power inlet to the final outlet. — whether it be underfloor, perimeter trunking, dry-lined construction or a multitude of other applications. The concept requires no on-site wiring and significantly reduces installation time. All components are pre-wired and pretested. MT32 is based on simple 3- or 4-pole male-to-female connectors that simply click together. These connections are mechanically keyed so that they cannot be incorrectly installed. Boxes and connectors are all prewired and pretested at the factory. Extension cables are colour coded to differentiate options for power, lighting and other users, and they are available in different lengths. MT32 can be used with the Marshall Tufflex Odyssey range and Sterling trunking.
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