What is a Cable Gland?

What is a Cable Gland?

What is a Cable Gland? By definition, a cable gland is considered a ‘mechanical cable entry device’. A cable gland is a device that attaches to the end of an electrical cable to secure it to a piece of equipment. Cable glands are also commonly referred to as cable...
Panel Building

Panel Building

The panel building industry requires both control and simplicity. Having an organised cable management system with clear markings will make the whole work-flow process run much more efficiently. By streamlining your panel building process through correct cable...
What are the benefits of Category 6A cable?

What are the benefits of Category 6A cable?

Industry standards that previously recommended Category 6A cabling only for data centres now recommend it for most LAN installations as well, due to applications demanding higher performance, more bandwidth, faster speeds and low latency. Category 6 cables...
What is Asset Management?

What is Asset Management?

Asset management is the application of a variety of systems and tools to ensure that every physical item of value to your company is monitored and if need be, maintained. Usually, assets need to be tracked if they are critical to the operation of the business, present...
Fox-Flo® versus Fox®

Fox-Flo® versus Fox®

Fox-Flo® versus Fox® So, you need a thermal tie-on cable label but what’s the difference? Our at a glance guide to Fox-Flo® versus Fox® #labellingsolutions #labels4cables  For more information on the Silver Fox Thermal tie-on cable labels click on...