Index Marine launches new website enabling eCommerce

2017-06-23T11:38:21+00:00 May 15th, 2017|

UK based developer and supplier of marine electrical fittings Index Marine announces the launch of its new web site. Targeting its traditional marine market as well as leisure vehicle, clean energy, infrastructure and flood defence applications, all Index Marine products can now be purchase directly through the web site, as well as from the company’s international distribution network, and for [...]

Index Marine introduces full range of White waterproof cable glands for marine and leisure applications

2017-07-24T09:46:26+00:00 May 15th, 2017|

UK based developer and supplier of marine electrical fittings Index Marine announces the launch of white plastic waterproof glands, complementing its current range of finishes which include polished stainless steel and anodised aluminium. The bright white finish is ideally matched to today’s composite material finishes used on boat decks and superstructure, as well as giving [...]

Drilling a hole in the roof! Deliberately!

2017-05-02T13:38:01+00:00 April 18th, 2017|

It may seem like a crazy thing to do, but there are plenty of reasons why you might – fully compos mentis – take an electric drill to a roof. Like fitting solar panels on a motor home, caravan, trailer or any building for that matter. Or what about fitting external lighting, security cameras or [...]

The ins and outs of making electrical connections through bulkheads and decks – Neat is safe, and safe is neat!

2017-05-02T14:52:00+00:00 April 18th, 2017|

Walking around a small harbour boat yard recently I couldn’t help noticing the methods that have been adopted for passing cables through decks and bulkheads. Whether it’s a VHF antenna cable or the connector-rich cable bundle from the latest navigation kit head unit, it’s always necessary to make electrical connections between internal and external equipment. [...]