HellermannTyton appoints new Enclosures Product Manager
Cable Management Specialist HellermannTyton has promoted Nathan Bennett to Product Manager, to spearhead its electrical installation and enclosures product portfolio, which includes electrical tape, wire connectors, cable rods and downlight covers.
HelaCon universal push-in wire connector released
HellermannTyton has launched HelaCon Releasable, a universal push-in wire connector designed to make electrical installation easier and safer. Suitable for all types of wire – including solid, stranded and fine stranded – the HelaCon Releasable uses a lever clamping system to connect electrical cables and conductors quickly and easily.
Cable cutting tool EvoCut for improved efficiency
HellermannTyton has introduced the EvoCut to its range of cable cutting tools. The EvoCut tool is designed for improved efficiency when removing cable ties. The newest tool in the Evo range, the EvoCut supports manufacturers in streamlining production lines and reducing errors.
Data centre dilemmas: overcoming growing pains
Data centres have seen an unprecedented demand on resources over the past several years, with businesses moving more and more online and digital replacing analogue in almost every sector. The global pandemic, COVID-19, cast data centres further into the spotlight, with many businesses accelerating their digital transformation efforts.
HD inspection camera scans inaccessible areas
HellermannTyton has launched Cable Scout Cam, a professional miniature HD inspection camera for viewing electrical installations in inaccessible areas such as suspended ceilings, conduits or stud walls.
HellermannTyton Hela-Vis Visor protects employees
Cable management specialist, HellermannTyton has launched a new face visor called Hela-Vis Visor, to help tackle the spread of coronavirus and ensure employees are safe when returning to work. Many businesses and industries are adapting to the ‘new normal’ caused by the coronavirus, which includes wearing PPE to keep staff and customers safe. Face protection is vital for those who are coming in close contact with others.
TipTag5 cable marker fits the smallest wires
Manufacturer of cable management products, HellermannTyton, has extended its TipTag product range with the launch of its TipTag5 cable marker. Designed with size in mind, the small 5.5x50mm long tag can be used with the smallest wires and cables in the industry.
Overcoming the skills shortage with VR
The UK is at the forefront of global innovation, with skilled engineers and electricians being called to work on projects all over the world. However, we’re experiencing a skills crisis that’s threatening the future of the construction industry. Here, HellermannTyton discusses how VR can help overcome this skills shortage and create a new breed of future-ready electricians.
Bringing cable management to life: a virtual reality experience
Cable management specialist, HellermannTyton UK has opened a Virtual Reality (VR) experience at its Cannock site. The investment in VR technology forms a part of the HellermannTyton ACADEMY; a centre which allows visitors and customers to gain hands-on experience with the business’s vast range of cable management solutions.
RFID protection in a range of frequencies
From protecting valuable assets to protecting lives, radio-frequency identification (RFID) has many different industrial applications. Take the oil and gas sector, where everything from asset management to ensuring testing is up to date on safety equipment can be done with RFID. RFID from HellermannTyton is available in a range of frequencies, each with its own benefits.
Silicone gels remove risk of outdoor jointing cable failure
With the new range of ReliGel products from HellermannTyton, electrical contractors can protect jointing cables in boxed enclosures even faster and more conveniently. The range comprises two new formulations, developed to meet the needs of contractors. With a faster curing time of 12 minutes, ReliGel Plus saves time – and reduces labour costs and power downtime – during installation.
Keeping on track with RFID
Mary Butler, Product Manager at HellermannTyton, discusses RFID technology and why it is the smart choice for electricians. Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID systems are widely used across a range of industries and have been in use for a number of decades. Used in all kinds of applications, from microchips for pets to goal-line technology, global RFID sales are consistently on the up, with a projected global market value of $17.6bn by 2...
Innovative RFID tags shape the future of identification
Cable management is being revolutionised with the development of RFID. HellermannTyton has developed a range of nylon and stainless steel identification cable ties complete with an integrated RFID tag. The new tags enable users to easily fix cables and equipment that need to carry a serial number for tracking and identification purposes.