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Ormiston Wire Superclamps make cable adjustment easy

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Ormiston Wire Superclamps make cable adjustment easy

Ormiston Wire has launched Superclamps, an instantly adjustable, high quality micro cable fitting system for wire suspension in retail and beyond.  Superclamps offer an attractive and easy-to-use method of adjusting the position of cables in any situation where instant cable adjustment is required, such as shelving, track lighting systems, picture hanging or product display.

Superclamps increase the ease and efficiency of positioning cables because they can be adjusted without tools.  By pressing the button on the clamp it can be moved ...

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Senior foreman at Ormiston Wire retires after 47 years of service

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Senior foreman at Ormiston Wire retires after 47 years of service

Amalio Martinez, the senior manufacturing foreman at Ormiston Wire, has retired after an impressive 47 years of service.  However, Amalio will continue to work onsite part-time as a factory foreman, employing the wealth of experience he has clocked up since joining the company in 1966.

“Everyone at Ormiston Wire recognises that Amalio has always been very passionate about his work,” commented Mark Ormiston, Managing Director, Ormiston Wire.  “His attention to detail is exceptional and we will continue to benefit from his dedication and expertise.”  The ...

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Ormiston Wire turbulators boost heat exchange efficiency

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Ormiston Wire turbulators boost heat exchange efficiency

Ormiston Wire has launched a range of wire turbulators for heat exchanger tubes that significantly cut the cost and size of exchangers while also improving performance.  These benefits are achieved through the specialist looped-spiral design devised by Ormiston Wire, which has a depth of expertise in heat exchange technology and has manufactured wire turbulators since 1968.

The key to these enhancements is the density of the wire turbulators, which can be varied to suit the flow of liquid or gas.  Because optimising the ...

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