Marvoloc™, an innovative new raised outlet cover developed by Tremar Corp™, will premiere at the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) conference Oct. 15-18, in Austin, Texas. Marvoloc offers timesaving, snap-lock design that revolutionizes device installation with one click. NECA conference attendees can visit Tremar Corp at booth 1106 for a demo of this revolutionary new product.
Marvoloc is new solution for raised outlet covers with a patent-pending design that locks devices in place versus using screws on a metal cover. Marvoloc’s captive mounting screws and inserts require less installation time and materials. It was designed by Marvin Pinkowski, a life-long electrician for his family business, Pinky Electric. Marvin developed this time-saving idea after spending 40 years installing and managing electrical projects for large commercial and residential buildings. Typical raised outlet covers take several minutes to install, using tools and screws. Marvoloc is a plastic raised outlet cover with three pieces that snap into place in seconds with no tools required.
“The time is now to improve the functionality of outdated electrical products that cost electricians and their customers time and money,” says Trevor Pinkowski, an electrician and president of Tremar Corp. “I worked with my grandfather Marvin to bring Marvoloc to the market and help revolutionize the process of raised outlet cover installations. Marvoloc saves installers time and money for one of their most repetitive pre-fabrication tasks.”
Tremar Corp develops, manufactures and distributes innovative electrical components designed by three generations of electricians. Tremar Corp’s roots go back to 1950 when Alois Pinkowski started a small electrical company in Milwaukee called Pinky Electric Inc. In the 1970s, Alois' son Marvin took over Pinky Electric and with his two sons, Craig and Steve, grew the company by moving into the commercial and institutional aspects of the electrical field. Before Marvin retired, he invented Marvoloc and formed Tremar Corp, currently managed by his grandson Trevor Pinkowski, a fourth generation electrician. To learn more, visit https://tremarcorpinc.com/