Unicrimp introduces new electrical accessories catalogue

Unicrimp has produced a new catalogue which includes its very latest product launch – the OB1 sealant and adhesive range – which will sit alongside the company’s market-leading range of electrical accessories products.

OB1 is a market-leading, high-spec hybrid construction sealant and adhesive with a tried and tested formulation and has been used by the trade for over 15 years.  Unicrimp is now the exclusive distributor of the range through the UK electrical wholesale channel.

What makes OB1 stand out is its versatility, flexibility and its 24-hour full curing time.  Available in a range of colours, this one product can bond and seal an extensive range of materials including aluminium, wood, metal, steel, concrete and glass.  OB1 also works in damp conditions and even under water.

The new catalogue also showcases Unicrimp’s full range of electrical accessories products marketed under the Q-Crimp brand name. The product offering comprises an extensive range of cable management consumables, including stainless steel cable ties, nylon cable ties, crimp terminals, PVC tape, copper tube terminals, cable clips, and brass and nylon glands.  The Q-Fire section of the catalogue includes the fire-rated Metal Twin and Earth Cable Clips that are 18th edition compliant.

Available to download now from the Unicrimp website or via the Scolmore Group App, the new, full colour, A4 catalogue brings together recently-launched and existing products to provide a comprehensive and valuable resource for wholesalers, specifiers, contractors and procurement professionals.

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