Drive selection made even easier with the SINAMICS selector APP from SIEMENS!

19th August, 2020|Automation and Control|

As the leading manufacturer of electric drive technology, Siemens offer a quality solution for every drive application – whether it’s low voltage, medium voltage or DC. The complete SINAMICS family of  drives are available in New Zealand exclusively through Cuthbert Stewart Limited.  They are perfectly coordinated with one

Sicame Australia’s innovative 100A fuse holder featuring a highly visible identification plate

30th June, 2020|Power Products|

Produced by Sicame in Australia, The PFV100 is used widely by the power distribution industry throughout New Zealand. Sicame’s innovative incorporation of a high visibility numbering system allows quick and easy identification of house numbers, even when the pole is cluttered.  This helps to prevent accidental disconnects of the

Mechanical ‘Full Tension’ Connector a World First from Sicame

17th March, 2020|Power Products|

The MTRS connector The MTRS mechanical splice range has been developed to overcome many of the issues affecting poor jointing of bare overhead conductors with either compression, helical or spring type splices. Compression, helical and spring-loaded ‘automatic’ type splices all suffer from well-known problems that can

New Strategic Partnership with APS Industrial and Siemens

4th March, 2020|Announcements|

MEDIA RELEASE 4 March 2020 CSL ANNOUNCES NEW STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH APS INDUSTRIAL AND SIEMENS Cuthbert Stewart Limited (CSL) are proud to announce a new strategic partnership with APS Industrial (APS) for the distribution of Siemens’ Digital Industries products in New Zealand commencing April 1, 2020. The agreement includes

Marking systems for the entire cabinet – Weidmuller MultiMark is the smart all-in-one solution.

14th November, 2019|Identification Products|

Contact Me About This The higher the level of automation, the more complex the structure of a control cabinet. This rule means it is more important than ever for installed components to be properly labelled. The internal arrangement of the cabinet must be clear from first glance for