Marco is proud to introduce the ELITE uPVC Trunking Range

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Marco is proud to introduce the ELITE uPVC Trunking Range. A striking series of Trunking systems with a pure white finish that has been designed for use in power and high density structured cabling systems including CAT5E, CAT6, Shielded, CAT7 and the new CAT6A 10 gig solution. Available in 3 sizes, this highly durable system holds great aesthetic and practical appeal for a broad range of applications.

The ELITE Range covers a variety of installation requirements, with each size complementing the other.  The ELITE Compact Trunking allows for power and data to be installed in situations where space is restricted, the ELITE 3 is both aesthetically pleasing and practical to suit a range of requirements, and the ELITE 60’s larger profile is able to accommodate a greater number of cables for projects where a considerable amount of data is required.

The high impact resistant uPVC means the Trunking systems are both sturdy and robust.

The fascia of the Trunking is produced from the highest quality uPVC, providing a pure white finish.

This latest range marks the next generation of uPVC Trunking systems available from Marco, and further enhances the company reputation as one of the leading British manufacturers of Cable Management. Marco is committed to maintaining its programme of investment into product development and is today able to offer high quality British products for every power and data installation. The Marco ELITE Hygieia range is also available, incorporating an anti-microbial finish

Please contact our dedicated Marco technical team for more information or help with your solution on, 0121 706 7777 or by visiting their online suppliers shop - Click Here

We have the ability to register projects for better pricing with our suppliers, as well as offering bulk buying pricing, please contact our sales team on or 0121 706 7777

For all new customers, we can offer an additional 5% discount on your first orders - just mention this post when calling in