Refurbishment power

The task of installing power and IT cables in refurbished offices in the Civic Centre of the London Borough of Harrow has been achieved using Marshall-Tufflex Sterling Profile 12 trunking. This trunking has a large profile, 255 by 50 mm, and is a 4-compartment system that can be subdivided into four compartments using special dividing fillets. The extendible base gives additional centre compartments as required, and the system can accommodate a busbar assembly. David Coyle, senior electrical engineer with the London Borough of Harrow, has long experience of using Marshall-Tufflex products. He says, ‘Sterling Profile 12 offered a cost-saving solution to retro-fitting office power and IT supplies, combined with a good finish that has made it look really excellent.’
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