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Delta Obstruction Lighting (DOL) has secured the contract to illuminate two 150 metre plus cooling towers at Egypt’s newest power station currently under construction. DOL's lighting solution will ward off incoming aircraft, thus protecting Cairo West Power Plant - just outside the Egyptian capital.
“We are delighted to be working on such a high profile job as Cairo West. Despite having little experience in Egypt we have proved on numerous occasions that we can install aircraft warning system... [more]
Built in 1826, the Blackburn Cathedral is the largest place of worship in Lancashire. When full to capacity, the impressive building can seat up to 1,250 people including worshippers, tourists and visitors. Blackburn Cathedral is benefiting from reduced energy consumption and utility bills further to the installation of a modern Building Management System (BMS) provided by Open Building Systems (OBS).
Mechanical contractor Thermatic Maintenance Ltd tasked OBS with installing a sophisticated B... [more]
DCET Training, an Exeter based training provider will unveil its new brand identity as well as a new electrical training course at the South West’s largest ever electro-technical trade show when it comes to Westpoint Arena in Exeter next week (Thursday 30 April 2009).
DCET Training will not only launch its new corporate identity at Elex 2009, but also a new higher professional diploma specifically designed for qualified electricians.
The 14 year old company, which was previously trading as... [more]
Design Lighting, Wilts Electrical Wholesaler’s independent lighting business, has produced a lighting system for new Welsh Ambulance’s South Wales Headquarters. The project included lighting for all areas of the centre but the control room required the latest in modern direct-indirect lighting. The lighting system ensures that people working night shifts have an environment that feels like daylight to help avoid fatigue.
For the control room, a bio dynamic suspended direct-indirect lighting... [more]
Draka claims to have become the only cable manufacturer in the UK to be able to offer installers a full range of third-party approved SWA [Steel Wire Armoured] power cables down to 4mm2. The newly enhanced LPCB [Loss Prevention Certification Board] approved 600/1000V Firetuf Powerplus cable offering is available in two, three and four-core options with nominal conductor areas spanning from 4mm2 to 400mm2. The range also includes a 2.5mm2 seven-core cable.
Firetuf Powerplus is designed to p... [more]
ELECSA has launched a Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for contractors installing renewable technologies in domestic properties. ELECSA already runs a Part P registration scheme for electrical contractors, and is now extending their straightforward approach to certification for renewables.
The primary aim of the MCS is to provide consumers with confidence and protection, by guaranteeing that microgeneration products and installers who carry the mark meet robust quality standards. T... [more]