Centriforce proudly took centre stage at Utility Week Live to showcase a brand new product we have developed to help reduce the time required to apply damage prevention solutions in construction projects.
It was here that our innovative Stokbord ® Drum installation system was showcased to the industry for the first time. This will enable our Stokbord Cover damage prevention material to be applied faster over a larger area.
By reducing the time required to apply damage prevention solutions during construction processes, we will be helping to create an environment of lower risk for operatives by reducing the time your workforce spend in the trench. Additionally, it promises to significantly reduce the strain which is commonly associated with the application of damage prevention solutions.
Another additional benefit that this revolutionary new product offers to our clients is that it will help to reduce labour costs by permitting a faster installation process.
The improved safety levels, better time management, and lower costs are all possible on account of this fantastic new design which wowed all of those in attendance at Utility Week Live.
Stokbord Cover tiles are renowned for offering outstanding safety and efficiency benefits, providing a highly visible and exceptionally high impact method of damage prevention to high voltage electricity, telecoms and fibre optic cables, as well as water and gas mains.
From our stand at Utility Week Live, Centriforce also exhibited established products from our range which are relied on by our current clients in a wide range of projects. These are renowned for their longevity and the service they provide to utility companies worldwide.
This includes Tapetile ® high protection warning tape. Tapetile can be used to mark and identify all utilities whilst also offering a degree of mechanical protection against damage.
And also joining the line-up is Locata ® tape and mesh, which provide a highly visible solution to mark and identify buried utilities. Locata tape and mesh are also available with a steel tracer wire running through the entire length and can be detected prior to excavation using cable avoidance tools and signal generators.
Jonathan Pearce, Head of Sales at Centriforce said: “We pride ourselves in offering products and services of choice to the utilities sector in areas where safety and protection from damage really matter.”
If you missed seeing our innovative damage prevention products at Utility Week Live, then why not contact our team to discuss how our products could be used to improve your projects.