Apex Boosts Modular Wiring Range With New Under Floor System

Apex Wiring Solutions, New Product News, Cable Management News, electrical industry news, e-lec.org,Apex Powertrack,UK market leader Apex Wiring Solutions has extended its modular wiring range with the introduction of a new under floor power distribution system.

Manufactured in the UK, the Apex Powertrack meets all under floor power distribution needs and is colour coded to ensure compliance with safety requirements: standard (neutral), clean earth (red), dual circuit (green) and three phase (blue).

Track lengths feature a safe, fully integrated coupler as part of the assembly for quick and easy onsite connection to the next length or end feed unit. This avoids the need for separate couplers, reducing installation times and saving on additional product costs.

The range comes in four 300mm wide track lengths - 1.2 m, 1.8m, 2.4m and 3.6m - to accommodate the majority of under floor installation requirements and feature attachable feet for quick, easy and secure fixing to slabs or surfaces, including installation in floor voids as low as 60mm. End feeds also incorporate additional internal capacity for easier connection and termination of SWA cables.

Also available are 1.2m and 2.4m standard interlinks and 3m and 5m fused and unfused tap-off units as well as a selection of flush-fitting power and telecom service outlet plates to meet full system requirements. The Powertrack tap-offs are fully compliant with Wiring Regulations BS7671: 2008 and have been ASTA tested and certified to comply with BS EN 61534 -1 and BS EN 61534 – 22.

Apex provides high performance pre-wired factory assembled and tested one, three and four compartment floor boxes with either segmented 85mm bases or grommet standard profiles as part of the Powertrack range. These are manufactured to customer specification and supplied on-site with the tap-off fully connected for faster system installation and electrical power connection.


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