We are delighted to advise that Scotia Survey and Safety, in Glasgow are now a fully approved Service Centre for our Industrial Range of products.
We are exhibiting at the Executive Hire Show on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 February 2019 at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry. Our Stand number is K12 in Hall 1.
This Show is the national exhibition for the tools, equipment and plant hire industry.
Before and during any kind of excavation, digging or ground penetrating works, Cable Avoidance Equipment should be used to protect against the risk of personal injury and damage to buried cables and pipes.
C.Scope Cable Avoidance Tools and Signal Generators are an excellent choice for the hire industry because they do not require periodic recalibration. At the start of each working day of use, a fully Automatic Daily Self Test (ADST) checks and verifies the Locators and Signal Generators are working at optimum level and do not need re-calibration. This unique feature keeps hire kit available for hire and significantly reduces Off-Hire downtime.
C.SCOPE Cable Avoidance Tools and Signal Generators utilise the very latest digital technology, are Network Rail Approved, easy to use and are compatible with other Cable Locator or Signal Generator makes and models allowing you to add them to your existing fleet.
We are exhibiting at The Showmans Show on 17 – 18 October at the Newbury Showground, Berkshire RG18 9QZ.
The Showman’s Show is the UK’s original and most comprehensive exhibition of products and services for the festival, outdoor and special event industry.
A number of shallow cable strikes occur when erecting temporary structures for events or when steel pins, pegs or stakes are driven into the ground whilst erecting marquees.
These accidents can result in personal injury, costly repairs and disruption to work. So it is vital that cable avoidance equipment is used before any ground penetrating works.
C.SCOPE will be exhibiting at NO-DIG LIVE 2018 which takes place at the East of England Arena & Events Centre in Peterborough from September 18-20. Our Stand number is Indoor 129.
We will be exhibiting our latest XL4 range of Locators and Signal Generators as well as a range of Sondes, Plastic Pipe Tracers, Flexible Tracers and other ancillary location and tracing equipment. We believe that the XL4 range of Cable Avoidance Tools and Signal Generators are as good as anything currently on the market for detecting and locating underground pipes and cables.
Our AUTOMATIC DAILY SELF TEST on both our Cable Avoidance Tools AND Signal Generators is a hugely popular feature which gives ground-workers the confidence to work knowing that their equipment is functioning as per the factory settings every day before they start work.
DATA-LOGGING and GPS are features that are very much in demand currently and are available as options on C.Scope Cable Locators. C.SCOPE Data-Logging Locators automatically record WHEN and HOW the equipment has been used and our GPS enabled versions additionally record WHERE they have been used. This information can be overlaid on Google Maps giving a visual representation of exactly when, where and how the Cable Avoidance Tool is being used.
Uniquely in the world of cable avoidance, the C.SCOPE SGV4 Signal Generators and MXT4 Transmitters also have data-logging so that the usage patterns of BOTH pieces of safety equipment can be recorded and monitored.
BLUETOOTH and USB connections, allow the data files, GPS information and ADST certifications to be easily transferred either to a PC or smartphone.
The C.SCOPE PC and smartphone Data-Logging MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE is free of charge and easy to use and allows managers and supervisors to review and fully understand just how their fleet of equipment is being operated.
It would be great to see you at the show and talk about how these latest upgrades can benefit you and your business. And if you can’t make it to No Dig, please contact us at Ashford on 01233 629181 or email on [email protected]
CSCOPE will be attending HAUC North & Mid-Wales.
The ongoing success of this show means that it has moved to a new, and much bigger, venue for 2018. It will be held at Coleg Cambria, Kelsterton Road, Connah’s Quay, Deeside CH5 4BR between 9 and 3 on 10 July.
Over 40 stands have been booked so you can see a wide range of exhibitors showcase their products and services including the latest innovations in traffic management, software, safety products and new materials, all under one (new) roof.
This event is FREE TO ATTEND for delegates and you may book here http://www.aldercross.com/book.php?event_id=120
There will be a seminar session (starting at 11.00am) with papers including the Welsh Government Review of Training & Accreditation, The Inspection of Street Works – Safety & Compliance Qualification and, on a totally different topic, a presentation from SWTRA on the provision of electric vehicle charging points.