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Cudis anticipate strong interest in the CPN slimline consumer unit, when they attend Elex at Harrogate on 10th March. Known by some contractors as the ‘Tardis’, the slimline is set-up for easier wiring and has a more compact and elegant case. In addition to a robust insulated metal buzz bar, each model is now fitted with a 100A main switch and two RCDs of 80 or 63 Amps.

While Cudis is best known for its domestic and light commercial products the company will also showcase control gear products. Visitors will be able to interact with a fully fitted sample control board, complete with switches, relays and LED’s.

Visitors to the Cudis stand will have two chances to win prizes. In a daily card draw one contractor will win a fully loaded consumer unit with their choice of circuit breakers. All cards will also go into a show draw and the lucky winner will receive a 17th Edition compliant Multi-Tester worth £100’s.

“We like the hands-on format at Elex,” explained sales director Mike Hankins, “it is good to speak to electricians directly and give them the chance to see, handle and fully appreciate that CPN is a competitive product with real quality. This is also a good way to support our hard working distributors and win new converts.”

Cudis will also be going to the Elex events in Exeter on 5/6 May and Coventry on 15/16 September when they will be repeating the promotions and also promise some exciting new products for visitors to see.

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