A new series of Regulations (522.6.6 – 522.6.8) have been introduced in the 17th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations concerning cables concealed in a wall or partition. These new Regulations introduce the concept of skilled person, instructed person and ordinary person. RCD PROTECTION It is now a requirement to protect cables concealed in a […]
Upgrading your boiler from ETM How old is your central heating boiler? If it’s more than 10 years old, it may be time to think about replacing it with a new high efficiency model You could get this work funded by a grant. Today’s central heating boilers are much better than the old ones. They […]
One good reason for carrying out electrical safety testing on your building. Loose connections found wile carrying out electrical safety testing at one of our clients site. Loose connections could cause a fire, this fault would be classed as a C1 Fail Code -Danger Present. Risk of injury. Immediate remedial action required. The Electricity at […]
Question: Can you use 2 different 20mm2 knock outs to install your supply tails in a new metal consumer unit? Answer: No, when taking cables into a metal enclosure you should make sure both live and neutral are in to the same hole to avoid eddy currents – Regulation 521.5.1.
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