New brochure gives taster of Marshall-Tufflex menu

Whatever your cable management requirements, specialist manufacturer Marshall-Tufflex can provide a solution, from standard PVC-U perimeter trunking to bespoke power and data distribution systems that incorporate the revolutionary MT32 Prefabricated Wiring Systems.

To help electrical engineers, specifiers and design/consulting engineers make the right decisions more quickly, Marshall-Tufflex has produced a full-colour 12-page brochure giving an overview of its systems plus a brief introduction to each of its main product ranges.



These include its antimicrobial Bio Trunking Solutions, Cat 6 compliant trunking, MT32, Underfloor to Desk solutions and PowerPoles & Posts.



The brochure also explains more about Marshall-Tufflex’s Special Solutions service, which works with customers on two levels to:



  • Provide factory finished power and data distributions systems that are pre-wired, tested and ready for installation. This has the benefit of allowing highly qualified on-site electricians and technicians to maximize their time and skills by moving on much more quickly to their next installation.

  • Design and manufacture bespoke power and data management systems that are tailor-made for individual applications, particularly those with demanding contemporary and sustainable design criteria. Where applicable the systems are supplied pre-wired and tested, minimizing waste on site and reducing overall project costs.

Chris Scott, Marshall-Tufflex Product Manager, said: “Our new brochure reflects how Marshall-Tufflex cable management systems can be deployed throughout a building, from the main power feed in to final accessory, outlet or application. individual desk-mounted sockets and everything in between. We continue to work with consulting engineers to do just this, taking a ‘blank canvas’ approach to individual projects and exploring how we can deliver the best and most cost-effective power and data management solutions possible. It’s an exciting approach with the potential to deliver enormous benefits right through the supply chain.”

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