Bespoke cutting service for DobyGrip wire rope

Published:  02 August, 2017

Doby, Doby Verrolec, suspension, wire rope, building services

Doby Verrolec now offers a bespoke cutting service for its DobyGrip wire-rope suspension system; the steel wire is cut to a pre-specified length to reduce time on an installation. DobyGrip can be used to suspend a range of services such as cable tray, luminaire, heating and ventilation systems.

The new service also enables the wire to be looped or have a choice of end fittings applied, making this a very cost-effective solution for a wide variety of applications.

Malcolm Moss, managing director, says, ‘This bespoke service enables installers to replace long hours of intensive manual labour and achieve maximum results in minimum time scales on any project.’

For more information on this story, click here: Aug 2017, 165

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