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Ellis unveils Offshore Europe cable cleat line-up

29 August 2013

Ellis, the world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, is taking its strongest team to Offshore Europe 2013 from September 3 to 6, with its popular Emperor, Vulcan and Phoenix cleats lining up alongside two new product ranges – Colossus and Triton.

Colossus: Ellis’ new heavy duty trefoil cleat
Colossus: Ellis’ new heavy duty trefoil cleat

Colossus is a range of heavy duty trefoil cleats that are manufactured from 316L stainless steel and LSF polymer, have been short circuit tested to a level of 104kA peak and are ideal for offshore use. 

Meanwhile, Triton is a brand new cable guide that the company has designed to allow large diameter cables to be quickly and easily moved around bends and tight angled turns. 

Paul Nolan, UK sales director for Ellis, said: “The offshore market is a key target for us and so when it comes to Offshore Europe it is imperative we showcase not just our current crop of leading products, but also introduce new ones to the market that we believe will go on to play a major role in our future successes.” 

Ellis has an exceptionally strong track record in the offshore market. In recent months alone its products have been specified for use in the Zawtika Development Project off the coast of Myanmar, Nexen Petroleum’s new Golden Eagle platforms, and the Vantage Drilling Company’s new drill ship, the Dalian Developer.

For additional information on Ellis pay them a visit during Offshore Europe at stand A70, visit or call +44(0)1944 758395.

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