The Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Northern Ireland is a waterfront regeneration project, one of the largest of its kind in Europe. It includes apartments, a riverside…Read more
There is an increasing interest in producing electricity in a way which is kind to the environment, cheap and safe. A popular way of doing this is through the use of…Read more
Click here to download HO5Z1Z1-F 3182B; 3183B; 3184B; 3185B & HO5Z1Z1H2-F These Fumeguard™ insulated and sheathed flexible cords are used for supply leads for domestic and office appliances and within light fittings. This cable is manufactured to the new European-wide standard BS EN 50525-3-11.
Insulation Made with Low Smoke Zero halogen themoplastic Material (type t16)Conductor Resistance: BS60228 Insulation Thickness: EN 50525-3-11 Insulation Resistance (min): 0.02M ohms/km at…
The worldwide recession has brought extreme pressure on prices, particularly on the ever-decreasing construction sector. Price pressure has resulted in a worrying trend – an increasing amount of substandard, counterfeit and faulty electrical cable becoming available on the market.
It has…Read more »
Click here to download the Winter edition of the IDH newsletter. With our 75th Anniversary celebrations over, IDH is once again looking forward to a challenging year with an emphasis towards product development product diversification. IDH has a range of exciting new developments for 2010.
IDH commission new Silicone line
In recognition of a growing demand for silicone cables, IDH have invested in another new silicone extrusion line. This new line will improve lead times and allow the continued development of a whole new range of…Read more »
IDH's Guardian™ is the cable of choice for the Savoy Hotel.This landmark hotel opened in 1889 and to this day is considered one of the most prestigious of London's luxury hotels. In 2005 Saudi billionaire, Prince al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, bought the Savoy for £1.25b and as of December 2007 the hotel closed to undergo a £100m restoration.
This is the most expensive restoration in British hotel history.The Savoy is a Grade II-listed historic building.This means the building itself cannot be radically altered.…Read more »