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Catalogue for 2012

The new catalogue from product distributors Mills has 314 pages of products for the installation and maintenance of datacoms, telecoms, AV and security networks. 



This 2012 edition includes three new sections: External Overhead and External Underground and Consumables.  External Overhead comprises products for the installation of overhead telecoms cables such as pole lifting and handling equipment and pole furniture. External Underground features products for the installation of cables in underground ducts and includes cable pulling equipment, manhole furniture, cover lifting equipment, external cable jointing products and cable pressurisation equipment.


And the new Consumables section includes adhesives, tapes and sealants; cable marking and identification products; cleaning wipes and hand care.


New lines have been added including server cabinets and patching frames and more of a choice of sizes for wall boxes and free standing data cabinets. The Fusion structured cabling range now includes 500m drums of LS0H Cat 5e and Cat 6 cables, Contractor Packs and Cat 6 through-coupler patch panels.


The fibre optic tooling section has been updated with the latest test equipment from Exfo, Noyes, Fujikura, Greenlee and OWL.


AV installers are presented with a new range of black snap in keystone AV modules and housings; an expanded range of AV leads and new Muxlab baluns for sending AV over twisted-pair cabling.


Also new are Stanley Fatmax and Fatmax Xtreme general hand tools and tool storage products.


With sections now dedicated to Cabinets and Enclosures, Structured Cabling Products, Fibre Optic Products, Voice Products, Active Equipment, Coax and Audio Visual, Cable Management, Tooling, External Overhead and Underground, Test Equipment and Consumables – all of which are available on a next-day delivery.


For a free copy of the Mills 2012 catalogue, email: [email protected], call 020 8833 2626, fax 020 8833 2600 or visit


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