Greenbrook joins forces with Tillex

Greenbrook joins forces with Tillex

GreenBrook, manufacturer of the Norslo First Fix range, has announced its exclusive UK distribution partnership with Tillex Cable Management, a Danish company renowned for manufacturing a quality, innovative range of clips and plugs. This collaboration marks an exciting opportunity to offer these unique electrical fixing products to customers in the UK.

The partnership will combine GreenBrook’s established wholesale customer base with Tillex’s extensive experience in manufacturing environmentally friendly and functional products, providing contractors with a range that enhances their productivity and ensures peace of mind for a secure installation. The quality of these items is clear to see and feel upon inspection and GreenBrook says it is sure contractors will find them superior to other fixings currently available.

The plugs use the Tillex/Thorsman colour coding for easy reference and are made of strong Nylon or Polyethylene with a high load-bearing capacity. They won’t crush, go brittle, snap, or fall to pieces upon installation.

The screwed cable clips – fitted with either a T20 or PH2 screw head, are ideal for the quick fitting of cable into concrete, plasterboard and metal joists. The screws used are highly corrosion resistant (Classed C4) for use in areas with high air humidity and high atmospheric pollution – so are ideal for use on roofs when installing solar panels or satellite cable.

All Tillex products are supplied in handy, resealable boxes that stop the items from spilling out.

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