Anchoring answer to stop theft of railway cables

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With the theft of cables costing the UK rail community thousands and thousands of kilos every year in substitute and delay, Anderton Concrete has been granted patent safety for its Ander-fin, designed to make cable theft "nearly unimaginable".

Ander-end can be utilized with Anderton cable trays to guard in opposition to metallic theft. All producers of Anderton now have a slot permitting Ander-end to be put in on the set up web site. This anchors the cables to the underside of the tray.

Shaun Forrester, gross sales supervisor for Anderton Concrete, stated: "We consider Ander-end provides a particularly efficient answer to a persistent downside on the rail community and that it’s surprising to study that 50,000 minutes a yr are misplaced on the rail system because of the theft of cables. The great thing about our patented system lies in the truth that we now have protected all elements; this contains the vacuum within the tray and the fin itself to anchor the cable, which prevents some other system from duplicating the anchoring of the cable by way of a vacuum within the tray.

"For all designers of railway programs working in high-risk areas, we encourage the specification of the patented system as early as potential within the course of. This can imply that the entry highway might be protected in opposition to potential theft and thus scale back the chance of pricey delays as soon as the community is operational. "

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