Unicrimp extends its Q-Crimp range with new Trade Tubs

Unicrimp extends its Q-Crimp range with new Trade Tubs

Unicrimp has recently extended its comprehensive range of Q-Crimp accessories with the addition of three new Trade Tubs. Comprising a variety of essential fixings and clips, Unicrimp says that its new tubs offer reliability and versatility to the installer and are ideal for any job – big or small.

 

These new tradesman tubs feature a resealable plastic lid and carry handle and the tub itself is manufactured from recycled material.

 

The First Fix Kit Tub includes 400 x Red Wall Plugs, 400 x 8 x 1 ½ Screws and 100 x 20mm Open Grommets – bringing together all the elements in one tub, making back box essential installs easier for the contractor.  

 

The Fire Alarm Installer Kit comprises 200 x Red 28 LSF P Clips, 200 x Red 32 LSF P Clips and 100 x Red 302 LSF Saddle Clips which are designed for use on mineral insulated or soft skin fire cables. They are manufactured from copper and are LSF powder-coated. They have been tested and approved to meet the requirements of BS476 Pt.6 and BS476 Pt.7 and they are designed to assist the installation of fire cable to meet the requirements of BS 5839-1:2027.

 

For additional support with projects, the Multipurpose Q-Fire Tub combines 70 x 25mm, 20 x 40mm and 10 x 50mm Fire Clips, 100 x 8 x 1 1/2 Screws and 100 x Red Wall Plugs. The various fire-rated clip sizes are suitable to be fixed to substrates or in PVC trunkings. They are 18th Edition compliant. 521.10.202 wiring regulations stipulate that cable support systems must be constructed with materials that will withstand premature collapse.  

 

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