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Panduit Receives Canada Standards Association Certification for its Cable Cleats 

January 31, 2024

Panduit Receives Canada Standards Association Certification for its Cable Cleats

CSA certification confirms that Panduit Cable Cleats adhere to industry-leading standards

Panduit, a global leader in innovative electrical and network infrastructure solutions, announces it has successfully complied and received certification for its cable cleats in accordance with the recently published technical standard by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). CSA C22.2 No.61914:23 Cable Cleats for Electrical Installations, was published in early October 2023. This achievement underscores the company’s ongoing dedication to providing cutting-edge, safe, and reliable solutions to meet the ever-evolving demands of the industry.

The CSA certification confirms that Panduit Cable Cleats adhere to industry-leading standards for electrical equipment, ensuring compatibility, safety, performance and meeting this new standard signifies compliance with rigorous Canadian safety requirements.

Panduit Cable Cleats play a critical role in supporting and securing cables, ensuring the safety and integrity of electrical and network installations in a wide range of applications, from industrial to commercial environments. With the newly acquired conformance to the CSA requirements, Panduit Cable Cleats are now recognized to meet the most stringent safety and performance standards in the region while also having full conformance to the latest edition of the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) standard.

“We are thrilled to have achieved these prestigious certifications for our Cable Cleat offering,” explained John Buck, Panduit Vice President of Electrical Infrastructure. “Safety and quality have always been at the core of our mission, and obtaining these certifications further validates our commitment to delivering innovative solutions that customers can rely on.”

As Panduit continues to expand its footprint in North America and beyond, the newly certified Cable Cleats will undoubtedly become a cornerstone of reliable infrastructure projects across industries.

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For more information about Panduit and its Cable Cleat solutions, please visit www.panduit.com/cable-cleats

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