New CMD catalogue provides technical power distribution guide

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CMD has released a new catalogue, providing an easy to follow technical guide to the company’s power distribution products.

Detailing CMD’s full range of UK-manufactured power distribution and workstation power products, the catalogue will be a helpful source of information to M&E engineers and contractors alike to understand how the company’s products connect together and deliver technical specification and compliance.

Available to download from the company’s website, the new brochure has been designed for use as a support document for product specification. It has been updated to make it easier to navigate, with product information split into two sections: power distribution, including Betatrak powertrack and Power Hub, and workstation power, including under and on desk modules.  The brochure includes useful information on technical and regulatory guidance for power distribution installations in commercial environments, along with sample workstation schematics, delivering a complete visual guide to the turnkey power distribution solutions offered by CMD.

Jon Holding, general manager of CMD comments: “We have lots of product information available on our website but it’s often helpful for specifiers to have all the information they need collated in a single document, which they can reference when specifying, purchasing or liaising with our team.

“We are proud to be a company that doesn’t just offer products; we provide solutions, backed by expertise and UK manufacturing capabilities. Our new catalogue provides an educational tool that demystifies power distribution systems for industry professionals, helping us deliver our goal of connecting power, people and organisations.”

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