Electrical Supplies

Maximize Safety, Productivity & Reliability in Industrial Cable Installation with Southwire SIMpull Solutions®

As the operating climate for electrical contractors has become more competitive, many in the industry are looking for new avenues to win bids and maximize profitability. With wire, cable, and conduit installation accounting for roughly 40% of all the material and labor budget on a typical project, any efficiencies that can be gained go a […]

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SIMpull flange from Southwire

Increase Safety & Productivity with Southwire’s SIMpull® Cable Pulling Innovations

Electricians are hired for their expertise in installation. Yet only about one-third of the time spent on a traditional electrical installation jobsite is spent installing product. In fact, according to Southwire, as much as 40% of the time on the job is spent handling materials and getting things in place to do the work. Southwire’s […]

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SolaHD Introduces Pair of Products to Open Up Space in Automation Control Panels

Whether you’re a design engineer laying out a new control panel for a customer, or you’re managing your company’s control panel on the shop floor, space is likely the one thing you wish you had more of. With an ever-growing number of components and technologies available to enable automated manufacturing, space is at a premium […]

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Terminal Block Marking Services from French Gerleman

How many terminal blocks does the average electrical control cabinet in your facility have? If you’re like many of our customers, they likely number in the thousands. It’s important to be able to identify the electrical wiring circuit or the function of a specific terminal block quickly and clearly. French Gerleman provides terminal block marking […]

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Product Spotlight: Thomas & Betts Stainless Steel Solutions – Conduit & Fittings

Thomas & Betts Stainless Steel products are built to stand up to the harshest environments. Water, salt spray, sunlight, petroleum, chemicals and extreme temperatures are all destructive enemies that can have corrosive, degrading effects on your electrical systems. Protect your wiring with conduit, fittings, cable ties, metal framing, cable tray and accessories made from tough, […]

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USB Type-C Charger Receptacles

Exciting news from Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems! They have recently begun production on their new Type-C USB Charger Receptacles. In case you haven’t heard, USB Type-C is the latest development in USB technology. It’s a major breakthrough for the USB industry, and is a technological advancement for both data transferring and battery charging. With the new […]

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Switchgear Solutions: What You Need to Know

Switchgear: The goal is to maximize equipment life cycles and improve reliability with preventive and predictive maintenance of power distribution equipment. Here’s a closer look at Switchgear Solutions. Electrical switchgear is composed of passive and active components. Passive components are horizontal and vertical bus structures. Active components are power circuit breakers, fusible switches, protective relays […]

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Panduit Compression Grounding Solutions

Grounding is a critical functioning part of the electrical system. Now, the integrity of your grounding system is dependent upon your connectors withstanding the environment where they are installed. To ensure reliability, maximize safety and speeding up installation ensures that a grounding system will provide you with the greatest value, something that we know is […]

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MCI-A Cables – Perfect Marriage of AC and MC Style Cable

What’s the Differences Between AC and MC Cables? The current construction of Armored Cables (Type AC) that is approved by UL 4, has an aluminum bonding wire in contact with the metal armor that provides a low-impedance ground path that is required for the proper operation of overcurrent protection devices. This style cable was in […]

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ATEX Directive: What do you need to know?

What is ATEX Directive and what does it mean for you?  As of July 2003, organizations in the EU were required to follow these directives to protect employees from risks associated with explosive atmospheres. Ultimately, ATEX was adopted to protect workers. Should this mean anything to you in the United States? Good question. Local companies […]

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