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EzyStrut Cable Tray
EzyStrut
​EzyStrut manufactures a comprehensive range of cable management products including trays, ladders and mesh for a variety of applications
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EzyStrut is a major Australian manufacturer of cable and and pipe support systems, and produces a range of light through to heavy duty strut support components for multiple industry sectors.
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An electrical safety device to protect both people & appliances from electrical damage.
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Supplied Solutions is an official distributor of Moxa products and services.
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PT Hydraulics Australia provide a range of solutions to Australian Industry. We supply market leading industrial hydraulics and our product range extends to include the emergency and safety industries, with hydraulic rescue tools such as hydraulic cutters, ...
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Tic Tag Systems, based in Western Australia, provide electrical testing and tagging equipment and facilities maintenance.
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Lifeguard electrical saftey systems, portable power distribution boards
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GE's ArcWatch technology enables simultaneous safety and reliability for electrical systems
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15/10/13 - ArcWatch is said to be the industry’s first technology to enable an electrical system design that helps to maximise selectivity, or uptime, while simultaneously providing continuous arc-flash mitigation protection.
Oscium WiPry-Combo
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05/07/12 - Emona Instruments is the Australian distributor of the Oscium range of iOS test instruments.
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28/07/08 - Spinefex provides distribution and support services for a range of portable power products and electrical safety systems.
Bi-directional communication.
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23/08/06 - SUPPLIED Solutions and Moxa Technology have introduced a new serial port powered 4-channel RS232 optical isolator. TCC-82 is a signal isolator that provides bi-directional serial communication with fu
Saves lives and protects appliances.
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09/12/05 - NEWCASTLE-based company Protectelec has introduced the revolutionary Protex Switching Technology, a system that prevents electrocution and protects appliances from electrical damage.

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