Which tools should you be using for each stage of your cable prep?
As the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to evolve, I want to share with you the actions we’re takin to ensure we can continue to deliver.
So how are we minimising the risk of exposure for our team members and you, our valued customer?
With so many products on the market, it can be easy to get bogged down by the seemingly endless options. Whether you’re just starting out or if you’ve been in the game for a while, we know it’s likely that you’ve experienced a bit of ‘product overwhelm’ when hunting for your work gear.
Are you interested in buying rubber electrical gloves, but not sure where to start?
We understand. We’ve put together a detailed buying guide to help you pinpoint exactly which glove you need, as well as a breakdown of all the different accessories.
The Rotamarka power line marker:
The Aerial Agricultural Association of Australia (AAAA) recently hosted their annual trade show and awards night. This event provides a wealth of new ideas, products and information to the agricultural industry.
Balmoral Engineering were granted the Leland Snow Innovation Award for their Rotamarka aerial warning marker at the event. The Rotamarka’s three-dimensional, rotating design can be seen from any angle of approach, and increases aerial perception of power lines. Such a innovative product demonstrates Balmoral Engineering’s outstanding commitment to the field of aerial safety and innovation.
Ausgrid’s AEMO Transition changes have left ASPs with several questions: What are the transition arrangements? How do I order meters now? Where can I pick them up from? How do we connect to the network under the new POC? And can we connect a customer before their meter is installed?
Did you know that there are significant POC rules changes coming for Level 2 ASPs working on Ausgrid’s network?
The Power of Choice metering rules are changing, especially around bulk issue metering equipment. Although there will be a transition period, strict rules regarding the installation of flat rate meters will exist at this time. Read on to make sure you don’t get caught out!
The Australian electricity network may be one of the safest and most reliable in the world. Despite its reputation however, and efforts to ensure the safety of employees, it’s a working environment that carries a certain amount of risk.
In fact, incidents of workers dying or getting seriously injured in accidents involving live power lines above and below ground happen often.
So what can you do to make sure that electricity isn’t a risk to your life while on the job?
Installing Sicame CAW Series tap-off service connector isn’t as complicated as you may think.
In fact, they’re quite simple to install following the steps we outline below.
As an electrical contractor you will probably know a thing or two about heat shrink tubing.
What is it and why it is important? How does it work? And how do you install it correctly?
If you’ve ever wanted to find out, read on and watch our expert video.
It’s pretty obvious by now that at MyShopNGo we’re big fans of the Sicame line of connectors.
They’re totally insulated, waterproof, and the shear-head bolts ensure a perfect connection every time.
They’re also very easy to install. Take this HSC connector, for example –