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    Cable Systems are Specialists in the design and supply of Industrial, Harsh and Hazardous Area Electrical Equipment and Lighting

    Cable Systems
  • Hawke PL513 PL520
  • NLL5 15 LED
  • Flexicon ULTRA
  • Hazardous
  • Champ Floodlight
Adaptaflex Band-It Capri Chalmit Eaton Crouse Hinds Elkay Ex-Mo EXHEAT Feam Flexicon GAI TRONICS Hawke HTS - Hawke Transit System Kopex MEDC Prysmian Raxton Weidmuller Rittal Stahl Unistrut Victor

Featured Products

A selection of our featured products

New Products

  • CEAG nLLK 15 LED Linear Ex-Light Fitting
    The CEAG nLLK 15 LED Zone 2/22 Linear Ex-Light Fitting for Aura UltiLED long life LED tubes combines latest lighting engineering with the requirements of harsh and hazardous environments.
  • Flexicon FPAU Straight ULTRA System
    Flexicon FPAU Straight ULTRA System Featuring Integrated Sealing Technology, Flexicon ULTRA™ provides a true one piece solution when it comes to cable protection for technically demanding environments.

Recent News

The latest news from Cable Systems

  • How would Brexit affect ATEX equipment?

    ATEX equipment is governed by the EU ATEX directive - the acronym itself comes from the French 'Appareils destines a etre utilises en atmospheres explosibles', or at least from the start of the last two words. There are actually two directives that govern ATEX equipment - the new ATEX directive 2014/34/EU for manufacturers, and the ATEX 137 workplace directive 99/92/EC for end-users. Importantly, both of these are EU directives - and 2014/34/EU only came into force in April 2016 - meaning that if the UK were to vote in favour of leaving the EU, this legislation would not necessarily still apply to manufacturers and end-users in Britain. This is just one of several pieces of legislation that would not automatically copy over into UK law just because of a successful Leave vote - and the TUC's workSMART campaign recently highlighted this potential risk to employee safety in the UK. Frances O'Grady from the TUC said: "Working people have a huge stake in the referendum because workers' rights are on the line." However, even in the event of a Leave vote, there would be a minimum two-year negotiation period before the UK could exit the EU completely. And in practice, it is likely that most prevailing EU legislation will be deemed to remain in effect at least for the short term - meaning the new rules on ATEX equipment introduced in April are still likely to apply in the UK in July, and for months if not years beyond that too.

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  • Raxton breather drains

    Breather drains are a valuable multi-function accessory. They drain moisture from the equipment and allow the equipment to ‘breathe’, preventing moisture build up and reducing internal temperatures.

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