Armorduct launches new range of IP4X trunking

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Armorduct has launched a new range of IP4X trunking that will prove faster and easier to install on site.

The company’s newly designed solution is manufactured in the UK using locally sourced steel, making it a more environmentally friendly alternative for contractors when compared to other solutions.

The trunking is available off the shelf with all the accessories, fixtures and fittings supplied as fully assembled components for every order. The fixtures are all supplied with captive fittings and overlap covers, the latter to achieve the IP4X rating, to save time on site.

While the trunking is available in 3m lengths as standard, the company can also provide it cut to length for delivery to site to save installation time and waste. The company can also quickly adapt bespoke trunking solutions to meet particular market needs and solutions.

In addition to its standard system, Armorduct offers different options for specific applications including a weatherproof solution, tamper proof systems for ministry of justice applications, and versions for the rail industry. All can have multiple compartments supplied with equal or unequal splits.

Alfie Rowe, Managing Director at Armorduct, says, “As an independent British manufacturer supplying our local market, we can provide a superior service compared to our competitors. Being local allows us to offer far more than just standard products, as we can easily and quickly adapt them to meet a customer’s needs. We offer a complete cable management solution, whether that’s using standard products, bespoke designs or a combination of both. We sum this up as bigger, better, British.”

The new IP4X trunking range is available in a wide range of different materials including pregalvanised steel, stainless steel, Magnelis/MagiZinc, powder coated, clear polyester coated and aluminium.

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