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The requirements on state-of-the-art building installations have changed. As construction times grow shorter, the electricians have less and less time on the jobsite for installation work. Add to this additional tasks like commissioning fire alarm systems or IT installations, which also fall within the scope of their activity.
Therefore, thinking outside the box can show whether it makes sense to use a state-of-the-art connector system. Elektro Schlötel describes its experience with the WINSTA® Pluggable Connection System.
Traditional, solid timber construction designed for permanent use is becoming less desirable for building owners and investors, according to the federal association of builders. A visible sign of this are architecturally unique buildings with their container-like design. These solutions make new demands on installation technology: pluggable, fast, ready to use and safe. Christoph Schlate, Managing Director of Pitthan GmbH, describes his experience with WINSTA®.
Planning offices define clear requirements for wiring lights in new buildings. One example of this is lighting systems wired with pluggable installation. When a project entails a large quantity of lights, as is the case in functional buildings, it should be easy for the end user to exchange defective lights. This is where WAGO's pluggable installation is especially convincing. Sebastian Keilbach, Project Manager at Sauter, describes his experience with the WINSTA® Pluggable Connection System.
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