Ellis offers CPD cleat course

Ellis Patents, cable cleat, short circuit

Ellis Patents has received CPD accreditation for its course ‘Cable cleats: a device for short-circuit protection’. The course can be given at the company’s headquarters in Rillington, North Yorkshire, or taken to a client. It provides a comprehensive overview of the appropriate technical standards relating to cable cleats and their use in securing insulated power cables.

Managing director Richard Shaw says, ‘The role of cable cleats is something that is still not properly understood and helping to rectify this is something we’ve been working towards for a number of years.’

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