Traceable, Trusted & Tested M&E Supports

Tier 1's now expect evidence from M&E contractors on all building service support installations. Can you evidence your installation? With MX Channel System, have confidence that your supports have been tested for seamless integration, safety and durability.


Maximise Safe Installations


Attract Tier 1 Contractors


Evidence all building service supports

Safe & Evidence Installations

The MX channel system is comprised of components that have been comprehensively tested together, providing reliable data to prove its load-bearing capacity. This minimizes the risk of costly reworks, compliance issues, project delays and reputational damage.

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What Is the MX Channel System?

MIDFIX MX is a tested channel system designed for engineered supports, meeting the M&E sector's demand for a reliable and quality-assured support system for building services installations by contractors.

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Streamlined and Sustainable

The MX tested channel system delivers optimal support and safety minimising the need for over-engineering, material waste, and carbon emissions.

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Single Source

With all its components derived from a single source, be assured that all your components are traceable, identifiable and tested to function seamlessly together.

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Automate Bracket Designs

Now, you can automate simple repeatable designs with our revolutionary online bracket configurator dynaMX®. dynaMX® uses the MX Channel System load data to provide fully optimised but compliant designs - one that could normally take hours to produce - based on your project-specific requirements.

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Specify MX channel system

Obtain the necessary evidence to show that M&E supports are fit-for-purpose.


Train your workforce

Complete online courses on MIDFIX Academy to accurately design and assemble support brackets.


Document Your Installation

Use MX test data and your training certifications to fully document your bracket designs.

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How Is the MX Different?

Recent legislative changes mandate that building services be thoroughly evidenced and proven to be fit-for-purpose. While safety and compliance are crucial, they often come with high costs, posing a challenge for contractors working within stringent budgets.

MX stands out in this landscape.

After three years of rigorous testing, MX channel systems are supported by extensive data verifying their performance. The design is optimised to ensure cost-efficiency, providing ample load-bearing capacity for your services. MX offers a single solution for a tested, fit-for-purpose channel system that is both affordable, efficient and attractive to Tier 1 contractors.

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Having worked in the M&E Industry 15 Years, the MX Channel System and the test evidence & training that goes with it is a breath of fresh air. For too long we have over engineered our bracket systems with safety in mind, but without any evidence to provide that the brackets will take the service load. Using the MX Channel system has allowed us to effectively design our channel brackets with peace of mind and evidence to support our design. We can now offer our clients a comprehensive technical submission and design for our standard channel type arrangements on our projects. With the added benefit of the product range remaining the same, and the system evidence and design guide being provided at no extra cost.

Lewis Hudson - Project Manager

H.E Barnes

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The MX Channel System will save us time, cost and bracketry because it is a good way to evidence what we have done and I believe that the MX Channel System will save us wasting materials. I spent a bit of time looking at suppliers and chose MIDFIX. I looked at Hilti and Fischer, they both provide a similar system and after weighing up the options we decided on your one. MIDFIX channel system is a right solution for the road that we are taking to make sure bracketry is tested.

M&E Contractor

Principal Contract Manager

Tick Every Box in Your M&E Installations With One System

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