Southwire SIMpull

The SIMpull CoilPAK completes the SIMpull Circuit Management System, taking heavy, cumbersome spools out of the process for good. By themselves, each of these innovative components can help improve your productivity. But when used together, they combine to help provide a significant impact on the time, margins and labor associated with all of your circuit pulls.

Whether you choose 14-, 12- or 10-gauge wire, each SIMpull CoilPAK payoff is ergonomically designed and weighs under 50 lbs., making it easier–and safer–to transport throughout the jobsite.

The SIMpull CoilPAK Cart is designed to hold up to 8 SIMpull CoilPAK payoffs, for easy pulling, transporting and storage.

The SIMpull CoilPAK payoff will make for a safer, easier, more efficient installation. After all, the SIMpull CoilPAK payoff and the SIMpull Barrel wire drum are the only products in the industry that feature circuit-sized NoLube SIMpull T90 wire. And the unique SPOOL-PROOF design of the SIMpull CoilPAK payoff means you’re only pulling the weight of the wire, not the weight of an entire spool. So it does wonders for your back as well as your productivity.

For more information:

http://www.southwire.ca/en/commercial/2086.htm


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Cloud

There has been a lot of talk about cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) models these days but both are relatively new to the lighting industry. Let’s take a look at what they are as well as their roles in commercial lighting.

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of compute power, database storage, and applications via the Internet with pay-as-you-go or subscription-based pricing. Cloud computing means that instead of all the computer hardware, software, and data that you are using sitting somewhere inside your company’s network, it’s provided and managed for you as a service by another company and you access it over the Internet. 

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