Three Benefits of Using nVent CADDY Clips and Clamps in Concrete Installations

Concrete is the single most widely used construction material in the world. As concrete installations continue to gain popularity, it is important that clips and clamps can attach…

Protect Your Railway Installations with nVent ERICO Solutions

Did you know we have an nVent blog dedicated to Rail solutions? In the latest blog series on the nVent Rail blog, nVent ERIO Railway Electrical Protection is…

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How to scale your test application and shorten development time?

Developments in areas such as communication, production engineering, and the automotive industry are leading to the increasing use of highly sophisticated electronics with increased data traffic and higher…

Fire-Rated Solutions for Electrical Installation in Europe: What You Need to Know

Across Europe, commercial building regulations dictate that electrical cable systems including fastener components must maintain functional integrity in the event of a fire, thus ensuring exit signs, alarms…

nVent SCHROFF Supports Next-Generation Rail Technology

The Transition to Next-Generation Rail Telecom: LTE Networks Require Higher EMC Protection Levels

The railway industry is undergoing a transformation with the introduction of next-generation technology. High Speed, Big Data, IIOT, Predicative Maintenance, and many other industry buzz words are predicated…

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3 Design Practices to Achieve Stray Current Control

In our previous post, we defined stray currents, where they come from and some effects they can have on grounding and other systems with the capacity to carry…

CONTRACTOR Magazine Feature: Tackling the Labor Shortage Together

Rick Lees, nVent CADDY senior technical support specialist, recently authored an article for CONTRACTOR Magazine’s September issue focusing on combating labor shortages head on. When it comes to…

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The Basics of Stray Current Control

Reducing or preventing corrosion is a main concern in electrical systems. When DC voltages exist in applications such as railway traction, solar or battery power systems, corrosion can cause major issues in terms of grounding system integrity and effectiveness, or even environmental issues with unintended leakage from underground pipelines.