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  • Custom kits for medium voltage joints and terminations – a problem solved!

    3M, in partnership with our distributor Jointing Technologies are pleased to announce a new solution for custom kits for medium voltage joint and terminations. Click the title to learn more.

    December 1, 1901 Custom kits for medium voltage joints and terminations – a problem solved!
  • Prevent moisture in stadium electrical systems with 3M™ Scotchlok™ 314

    The electrical systems used in stadiums are often exposed to harsh weather conditions such as heavy rain and moisture, creating serious consequences if they fail. 3M™ Scotchlok™ 314 Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDC’s) prevent moisture from getting into electrical installations and causing damage. Find out more.

    December 1, 1901 Prevent moisture in stadium electrical systems with 3M™ Scotchlok™ 314
  • 3M Launches the Qualified Electrical Construction Contractor Programme in the UK

    The Qualified Electrical Construction Contractor Programme (QECC) has been set up as a partnership designed to provide valuable benefits to appointed 3M electrical contractor partners. Click the title to learn more.

    December 1, 1901 3M Launches the Qualified Electrical Construction Contractor Programme in the UK
  • Local Kitting - A more sustainable option

    To help you get the products you need and avoid throwing parts away, we’ve created customised medium voltage kits which are created specifically for you to include the parts you need and not the ones you don’t – helping you reduce wastage and increase the sustainability of your work.

    December 1, 1901 Local Kitting - A more sustainable option
  • Cold Shrink vs Heat Shrink – The Real Difference. By Rachel Salisbury

    A question I get asked a lot, is why cold shrink and how can it benefit me, my installers and my project costs? Is it just a more expensive option with the gimmick of unravelling a core? The answers are simple; there are multiple benefits for cold shrink, both financial and product benefits. Click above to read full article by Rachel Salisbury, Application Engineer, 3M Electrical Markets Division.

    December 1, 1901 Cold Shrink vs Heat Shrink – The Real Difference. By Rachel Salisbury
  • Download our Renewables Energy Brochure (PDF 3.23 MB)

    This brochure outlines the full range of 3M™ Wind Erosion Solutions. An array of products to both repair and help prevent damage caused by minor impacts and erosion. These advanced 3M materials are designed to enhance reliability, improve performance and extend the life of your valuable equipment. Click above to download the brochure.

    December 1, 1901 Download our Renewables Energy Brochure (PDF 3.23 MB) Download our Renewables Energy Brochure (PDF 3.23 MB)
  • Micro Training Series: Electrical Connectors

    Watch our series of 5 minute Micro Training videos. These short clips will show you how to use, the features and benefits of a variety of 3M Electrical Connector Products.

    December 1, 1901 Micro Training Series: Electrical Connectors
  • Scotch® Electrical Tape No. 33 – 75th anniversary

    This year Scotch brand from 3M celebrates 75 years since first releasing its No. 33 Electrical Tape back in 1946, becoming the first tape sold by 3M under the Scotch brand. Click on the title to learn more.

    December 1, 1901 Scotch® Electrical Tape No. 33 – 75th anniversary
  • Epoxy does not have to mean harmful

    ‘Epoxy’ is often used as a generic term for many adhesives or resins, but epoxies are actually a very specific class of product. They feature chemistries that are designed to be durable in demanding conditions, including harsh outdoor weather, solvents and other conditions.  Both polyurethane and epoxy resins have been shown to contain carcinogenic, mutagenic and reprotoxic chemicals (CMR substances) that can be dangerous to the people who work with them.  To help companies switch, to safer alternative, 3M has developed an epoxy resin that removes the CMR and toxin elements without compromising the performance. Click on the title to learn more.

     

    December 1, 1901 Epoxy does not have to mean harmful
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