Martindale simplifies Phase Rotation Measurement

Martindale simplifies Phase Rotation Measurement

When it comes to verifying the phase sequence, or rotation, of three phase circuits, Martindale Electric, leaders in voltage detectors and safe isolation, offers more than one solution, with its professional range of testers. Getting the phase sequence wrong can have...

Tips and techniques for measuring phase rotation

Getting the phase sequence wrong can have devastating consequences for plant and machinery with serious implication for machine safety. From motors running backwards through to cooling or lubrication systems underperforming, one wrong connection can lead to a major...

A professional solution to cable testing!

We are pleased to announce the arrival of the new Professional Martindale CD1000 general purpose Cable Detector. The CD1000 is designed to quickly and accurately trace cables in walls and underground, locate fuses/breakers on Live or Dead Circuits and locate...
Martindale offers no resistance in supplying quality tester!

Martindale offers no resistance in supplying quality tester!

Now available from Martindale Electric is the new Metrohm E1612, a handheld and portable Earth Resistance Tester. Claimed to be exceptionally easy and simple to use, the unit is microprocessor controlled and includes advanced safety features, while its large integral...

The PSI4000 Phase Rotation Tester from Martindale eliminates the

The Martindale PSI4000, is a unique phase rotation indicator which can be used to quickly and accurately identify three phase sequences for motor installations and repair. Designed for use on both insulated and non insulated conductors, the PSI4000 carries out...
Never pull the wrong fuse again with this new fusefinder

Never pull the wrong fuse again with this new fusefinder

Martindale’s innovative Fuse Finder has won a ‘Best Product’ award at Interbuild 2000. This handy device takes the hassle out of locating the correct fuse or circuit breaker supplying power to any socket. Simply plug the transmitter into a wall socket with the power...