Flexible power solutions

Track Busway systems by STARLINE from Universal Electric Corp.

07/20/2012


Track Busway systems by STARLINE from Universal Electric Corp. Courtesy: Universal Electric Corp.Offering fast, flexible, and cost-efficient power management, Track Busway systems by STARLINE from Universal Electric Corp. are the leading alternative to conduit and wire systems and a fully flexible solution that allows access to power anywhere. For retail users, that means having an almost unlimited number of layout options. Ideal for electrical power distribution in retail stores, labs, data centers, or higher education facilities, STARLINE’s Track Busway systems offer several time-saving and flexible benefits. With the systems’ one-handed operation, users can quickly and easily add or remove outlet boxes or drop cords as needed without having to cut off power to the entire busway. Not only does that improve overall productivity when remodeling, it also eliminates downtime when completing small layout changes. STARLINE Track Busway systems also feature a simple yet robust design that includes only one soldered connection.

Universal Electric Corp. (UEC)

www.uecorp.com



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