Low voltage building wire installation with Qaddy

Twice the work in half the time with Qaddy®

Qaddy® is an integrated cable reel, pay-off and drum trolley, which significantly improves working conditions for electricians with its revolutionary ergonomic design.

Project

East Kilbride Bath in Ballerup is currently being renovated and the company Multi-Tech is implementing new electrical installations.

Customer

Multi-Tech A/S

Much easier to handle

East Kilbride Bath in Ballerup is currently being renovated and the company Multi-Tech is implementing new electrical installations. Electrical installer Kim Lundberg Andersen from Multi-Tech is cabling all new, energy saving LED lights, that are placed at the sides of the room to avoid fixtures above the actual swimming pool.

In a project like this, there is a lot of cable to be pulled. That is why Kim has chosen a Qaddy® from NKT for the job. He uses Qaddy® for longer cabling because it is easier to handle compared to traditional wooden drums, both during the installation itself, as well as transporting it from the container to the construction site.

 

NOIKLX® 90 is simply better

”I use Qaddy®, as often as I can”, says Kim. ”Along with the benefits provided by Qaddy®, the quality of NKTs NOIKLX® 90 cable is simply better. The cable does not twist during the pull and while cabling".

Twice the work, in half the time...

An estimate by EVU, the Danish secretariat for electricians' education, showed that by using Qaddy® instead of a wooden drum, it is possible to save time as:

  • Transport by Qaddy® to the installation site in the building is 3 times faster!
  • Transport by Qaddy® inside the building is 2 times faster!

“I use Qaddy® as often as I can.” Kim Lundberg Andersen, electrical installer, Multi-Tech

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