New van friendly conduit and mini trunking lengths from Marshall-Tufflex

As part of its continued drive for product improvements, manufacturer of cable management solutions, Marshall-Tufflex, is introducing van friendly 2.4m lengths of mini trunking and conduit, making it far easier for contractors to get lengths of product into the back of a small van.

Self Fix Mini Trunking (MMT2 and MMT4)

The 25x16mm and 38x25mm self-fixing profiles, now available in 2.4m lengths, are a versatile and durable solution for the neat and safe containment of electrical cables. Made from high quality, recycled PVC-U material, the product has a long service life, while the self-fixing feature enables quick and easy installation, saving time and effort for the installer.

Heavy Gauge Conduit

The heavy gauge conduit in 20mm and 25mm sizes is now also available in a shorter 2.4m length, providing greater convenience and flexibility. This is a robust and reliable solution for protecting electrical cables from damage. The heavy gauge design provides added strength and durability, making it ideal for industrial and commercial applications.

At standard ceiling height, the new size also limits the number of off cuts and as a result, waste and costs are reduced.

Not only that, but all Marshall-Tufflex conduit and mini trunking are manufactured from between 80 and 100% recycled material. This is part of the manufacturer’s commitment to offering customers superior products whilst minimising the impact on the environment.

“We are delighted to introduce the new 2.4m sized trunking and conduit,” said Martin Russell, Marshall-Tufflex’s Group Product Manager. “This new van friendly size has been long awaited by our customers, and we are excited for them to try it out and experience another level of convenience and cost-effectiveness.”

To view the ranges, visit: or visit the Marshall-Tufflex stand at CEF Live on 8 or 9 June – Stand 63, Hall 9.

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