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Monthly Archives: August 2011
The Right Tool for Any JobFrom |
Phoenix Contact’s extensive range of professional tools has now been expanded to include a series of cutters for electronics and electromechanics. The new Microfox tools are especially suited for working with small electronic parts and components.
Thermomark – Coming this Fall.From |
Sentosa Development Corp for Sentosa Golf CourseFrom |
Sentosa is a popular island resort in Singapore , visited by some five million people a year. The attractions include a two-kilometre long sheltered beach, Fort Siloso , 2 golf courses, 2 five star hotel , a World class Casino in Resort World Casino and featuring the theme park from Universal Studio.
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Installation Terminals with Push-In Connection TechnologyFrom |
Phoenix Contact’s new generation of installation terminals is tailored to the requirements of electrical installation and distributor construction. The terminals are available in various designs as three-level and N disconnect terminals with the matching feed-through, disconnect, and ground terminals. Conductors with cross sections ranging from 2.5 to 10 mm² can be connected. These compact space-savers with widths starting at 5.2 mm offer many advantages in terms of handling, especially in installation technology.
Case Study: PTT UTFrom |
Southeast Asia’s oil and gas giant PTT from Thailand run their projects actively in Thailand Province “Rayong”. As PTT UT commonly build water treatment process plant along with their existing Oil and Gas plant. Electrical panels installed at site, commonly face with difficulty such as space limitation Therefore, all components installed must me space saving and yet reliable in functionality