New Professional Tool & Tech Backpack from Greenlee®

Product Features

  • Personalized Name Plate: Customize your bag with a personalized embroidered name plate
  • Poly & Nylon Rip stop Construction: Makes for a durable, long lasting and ligthweight bag
  • Impact Resistant Waterproof Plastic Bottom: Keeps tools and bag protected from the elements
  • Green Interior: High tool visibility
  • High Visibility Reflective Piping: Helps locate your tool bag in dark work spaces
  • 27 Universal Double Stitched Pockets: Heavy duty pockets for ultimate tool storage & organization
  • 2 Separate Zippered Compartments: For Easier tool organization – Second zippered compartment allows for storage of laptop and/or tablet
  • S-Strap Shoulder Strap: Ergonomically designed fit to distribute weight evenly
  • Padded Lumbar Support: Reduces back strain when carrying a loaded backpack

Greenlee – Next Generation Tool Bags Brochure

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New Lightweight WORKSKIN™ Performance Shirts from Milwaukee®

Milwaukee Tool expands its line of high-performance clothing to help users stay cool and comfortable in warm conditions with new WORKSKIN™ Light Weight Performance Shirts.

Features

  • COOLCORE® Performance Fabrics use patented three-yarn construction to wick moisture away from the body and keep the garment up to 30% cooler when working in the heat.
  • Zones extend down the Fast Wicking Sweat back and under the arms to accelerate drying in high-sweat body areas.
  • Chemical free moisture wicking allows shirt to dry faster reduces saturation and doesn’t wash out over time.
  • UV protection helps block harmful rays from reaching the skin.
  • Durable pilling-resistant fabrics extend product life.
  • Drop tail extended back provides extra coverage when working overhead.
  • Seamless shoulders reduce discomfort from straps and harnesses.

WORKSKIN™ Light Weight Performance Shirts Distributor Launch

Arlington’s New Nail-On, Flanged Vapor Box for Devices

Arlington’s new non-conductive Vapor Box nails to a stud in new construction. This easy to install box has gaskets that form a protective barrier to prevent air infiltration inside and meet international Conservation Codes (IECC) and other codes where required. For added convenience, the nails ship captive and the installed NM connectors and flange have the gasket material attached—no assembly required! The gasketed flange is positioned so there is very little, if any, bulge around the box.

Features

  • 22.8 cu. in. non-metallic box for single 1/2″ or 5/8″ drywall
  • UL Listed
  • UV Rated
  • 2-Hour Fire Rating

Arlington Nail-On Flanged Vapor Box Brochure

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems Introduces AFCI/GFCI Receptacle

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems offers dual-function technology with its new AFCI/GFCI Receptacles.

By providing both ground fault and arc fault protection in one device, users are protected from harmful ground faults while buildings are protected against potential electrical fires.

Features and Benefits

  • Cost effective solution conveniently located within living space; clearly visible, easily resettable if necessary
  • Dual functionality, interrupts power if a ground fault or arc fault is detected
  • Safety feature prevents device from resetting if it can no longer provide protection or is reverse wired
  • Intuitive visual indication is provided for power (LED green on); trip condition (LED green off)
  • Clear indication if unit can no longer provide protection (LED red flashes) and will not reset

Hubbel Wiring – GFCI and Arc Fault – Brochure

Don’t Forget About Controls

The two-position wall switch may be the most common form of lighting control. It’s inexpensive and simple to install, but it’s not always the best option.

How many times have you attended a seminar or meeting where the speaker says, “Can someone get the lights please” and everyone waits while someone plays with a bank of switches to reduce the overall light but not plunge the room into darkness?

A dimmer takes no more time to install; a bank of dimming switches would make this a more pleasant scenario. Even better might be a control unit with High, Medium, Low, and Off buttons.

Think about how a room or area will be used, and how convenient control options can be a good upsell on that particular lighting project.

What if the speaker had a remote control for the lights and could adjust them at will? Remote control units can be wall-mounted; many systems use RF and some allow you to use multiple controls. This opens up many possibilities for a flexible installation.

The occupancy sensor is a popular control for lighting. It’s often used to save energy, by turning lights on (or to a higher output level) when someone enters an area and then turning the lights off (or dimming them back down) when the room is considered no longer occupied (typically after a set time of no motion signals).

Source: Mark Lamendola | Mindconnection