Roxtec Seals Rampion Cables

first_imgRoxtec, a Swedish cable seal manufacturer with a UK base in Bury, has informed that it designed and supplied all cable seals for the Rampion offshore wind farm, located 13km off the coast of Sussex.Roxtec UK managing director Clive Sharp said the Rampion contract adds to a growing portfolio of work in the offshore renewables market, which includes more than 40 projects involving offshore wind farms in Europe.“This contract involved supplying seals for single-core cables, both high and medium voltage, in the bulkhead and deck areas of the platforms,” Sharp said. “We designed a customised solution, involving trefoil formation cable seals for medium-voltage switchgear and split plates for high-voltage and export cables. While carrying out the design process our engineers have also delivered training to ensure effective installation and management of the seals.”“The sealing system we have supplied to the Rampion project will meet the long-term demands through the lifecycle of the wind farm.”For Roxtec, the Rampion project came shortly after the company delivered cable transit systems for the Dudgeon offshore wind farm.last_img read more

LISTEN: Funny Robbie Williams message: ‘Tell Goldstein he’s a ****!’

first_imgYou never know who will be listening to talkSPORT…Stars from the world of sport and entertainment are regular guests on the station, but sometimes they turn up on the airwaves in the unlikeliest of circumstances.And that was the case on Wednesday night when Robbie Williams sent a very special personalised message to the Sports Bar co-hosts, Andy Goldstein and Jason Cundy.Listen here to what he had to say for himself…last_img

Everton starlet targets extended first team run after impressive full debut against Swansea

first_img Tyias Browning 1 Everton starlet Tyias Browning wants to keep his place in the side after impressing against Swansea City at the weekend.The 21-year-old defender was drafted in by Roberto Martinez to cover for injured right-back Seamus Coleman and he did a fine job contributing to his side’s clean sheet against a talented Swans side.A trip to Reading in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday is next on the agenda, and Browning hopes he’s done enough to earn another start.“I thought I did okay,” he said after the goalless draw. “Hopefully, I’ve done enough to get a start in the next game.“There were bits I can work on but I’m quite happy with my performance.“I only found out I was going to play in the meeting before the game and I was happy to be selected.“I did have an idea that I might be starting. It was always in the back of my mind, but the manager could have put someone else at right-back.”last_img read more