Multi-B's bus ducts power major international projects
Towering structures such as high-rise condominiums require electrical power distribution systems capable of coping with their high electricity consumption. Easy to install and maintenance-free, Translite bus ducts are safer and more compact than electrical cables used in large construction projects. As a leading manufacturer of bus ducts that are tailor-made to customers' specifications, Multi-B has established the Translite brand as the choice of global construction companies.
"We are committed to meeting the challenging demands of mega projects to support modern global infrastructure," says Chong Hong Wah, managing director.
Since its beginning in 1989, Multi-B has grown steadily by nurturing the trust of its customers. It provides pre-production services such as on-site inspection and measurement, customer assurance of on-time delivery and follow-through by its after-sales team.
Demonstrating Multi-B's commitment to quality and safety, Translite bus ducts are fully type-tested and comply with international standards such as the International Electrotechnical Commission standards, Japanese Industrial Standards and British Standards-European Standards. Translite bus ducts are also tested and verified by DNV KEMA and other international test labs.
Translite bus ducts can withstand high temperature fluctuations during operation, thus minimising fire hazards. Translite bus duct housings are also sealed against dust and moisture penetrations. These features, together with Multi-B's maintenance-free jointing system, ensure lifelong operation, reduce costs and save energy.
Translite bus ducts have been installed in projects such as the world's tallest hotel, JW Mariott Marquis Dubai, The Pearl-Qatar, Malaysia's Putrajaya International Convention Centre and Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
"These projects are signatures for showcasing the superior quality and eco-friendly features of Translite bus ducts," Chong says.
Multi-B looks forward to continuing its partnerships with agents and customers throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa and South America. "Developments in infrastructure and power distribution technology are happening rapidly in these competitive markets, and we are ready to expand further to meet these challenges," Chong says.