Below is the language from the new BC Building Code regarding FT6 cables in noncombustible buildings. Essentially, this sentence permits cable with combustible insulation, jackets or sheaths to be exposed in plenums in noncombustible buildings as long as they are FT6 rated. Without FT6 they need to be inside a fully enclosed noncombustible raceway. It […]
Mark Richards Joins Our Team We welcome Mark Richards to the Mil-Sted family as our Business Development Manager Mark brings to Mil-Sted his knowledge and expertise as a Licensed Security Consultant-Risk Management Advisor with over 15 years of sales and consulting success in Physical and Electronic Security and in Low-Voltage. Mark’s strength is building business […]
LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting is green and efficient and cost-effective; and, it is a technology that is expanding its reach into residential, commercial and industrial applications. Combining the LED technology with ITS (information transportation systems) allows the user to control the lighting to maximize efficiencies and decrease energy requirements. Facts are LED: Saves Money […]
Understanding and Embracing Safety-First Systems and Equipment Fall protection systems are required by the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation of BC.