Electrical Safety Systems

 

Electrical safety systems are components and materials that protect the integrity of electrical components such as materials that provide electromagnetic shielding to transformers, cables and panels.

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Partnerships and Going the Extra Mile: The Key Differentiator in Digital Transformation

Partnerships and Going the Extra Mile: The Key Differentiator in ...

Viper Innovations explains how to improve rail efficiency, performance and safety using partnerships, AI and collaborative machine learning.

Bender’s RS4 Tier 1 Intelligent Insulation Monitoring System Gains Network Rail Approval

Bender’s RS4 Tier 1 Intelligent Insulation Monitoring System Gain...

Network Rail has approved Bender UK’s RS4 Tier 1 intelligent insulation monitoring system for use across the UK rail network.

New Roxtec Seal Covers All Needs within Rolling Stock

New Roxtec Seal Covers All Needs within Rolling Stock

The Roxtec CRF transit is a flexible all-in-one sealing solution made of intumescent material that protects your cables from fire.

Roxtec Presents New Sealing Modules for Rolling Stock

Roxtec Presents New Sealing Modules for Rolling Stock

Roxtec has developed new sealing modules that ensure fire protection for flexible plastic conduit penetrations in the rolling stock industry.

Reliable Cable Protection for Track Applications

Reliable Cable Protection for Track Applications

Our maintenance-free IP69 one-for-all cable protection systems ensure greater operational safety in track construction, maintenance and infrastructure.

Globe Scott Motors’ Electric Point Machines

Globe Scott Motors’ Electric Point Machines

Globe Scott Motors’ (GSM) electric point machines can be used across all types of traction, track gauges, rail types, points and crossings.

WITT EscS P 1000 – Testing of VLD Switching Behaviour

WITT EscS P 1000 – Testing of VLD Switching Behaviour

The WITT EscS P 1000 test device is used for testing the switching behaviour of voltage limiting devices (VLDs).

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