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Watched a programme recently on TV, a young man was on top of a train (not advised) and the power lines above him carried 10,000 volts. He got too close and it jumped through the air and got him. Thankfully he lived and made a decent recovery.
My question being, is it even...
Today i have been carrying out some remedial work after an EICR was carried out on a residential property. Aswell as the list of remedial works to be carried out i also had draft copies of the EICR which was carried out in November of last year.
When i started to read through the list of...
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Hi guys I have a question: how the tests carried out on the 500mA RCD would differ from those carried out on the 30mA for test sockets outlet protected by RCDs 30mA Any hints??
Im my opinion test instrument disply large value times???
Afternoon everyone, got a weird one for you all.
Installed electric shower, had to upgrade consumer unit at same time, carried out all dead testing etc, Ze and Zs all good, insulation test perfect HOWEVER
when carrying out RCD trip test from the connector block terminals in the shower the RCD...
On completion of electricial installation testing in a shop and and office area the functional checks are to be carried out .
State why functional testing is carried out.
I would say to test the mechanical side of the device.
I have a question for you regarding UK law and RCD protection on radial circuits in a domestic property.
My mother lives in a council owned house which was converted from an old TB hospital in the 1960s.
All circuits in the property are radial not ring.
The property wiring is pre...
New boy to the forum and got some questions for you.
I ve got my 2330 qualification and 17th ed. so it's a signing off question to start you off with.
If i.m competent enough to do testing without the 2391 would NIC let me sign up with them?
Also how can you do jobs that need signing...
Has anyone ever encountered or had to go rectify any work by them?
I just had a job to do a visual inspection on a tenants house owned by the Local Council, recently had a PIR carried out by *****, i found..
Duel Light Switch wires left unconnected so the switch was not working.
Hello i was hoping someone could advise me on which way to go with this:
I carried out a PIR on a car garage and afterwards explained to the customer the observations/recommenations before i wrote the report up in which i recommended a CU upgrade as the old one had rewireable fuses, nothing...
Trying to buy a house at the moment......i haven't worked in the domestic side of things for a while now so im not 100% sure about everything.
The sellers have declared on the property information form, that electrical wiring was carried out in 2010 and the whereabouts of the EIC is...
Have been to look at a job this morning that involves remedial work after a Periodic Inspection Report. This has been carried out by another Electrician, whom is Part P Registered.
The observations he has made seem to be non notifiable, as follows:
1/ Wall lights fed off 32A Socket circuit...
a couple of questions for 2391
1. What must be agreed with the client in relation to the timing of the inspection
2. how the agreement in 1 above may have an effect on live testing at the origin of the installation
3. state why accurracy checks, in addition to calibration...
The other day, i was installing a new circuit from an old 3ph DB, and i was working for an agency, subbing me out to a company who install specialist equipment (wont mention what because dont want repercussions).
We were running SWA out of the board on tray to the items of equipment.
when i saw...
just having a scan through the examiners notes posted regarding the 2391
noticed on of the comments made was
"could not state the minimum test voltage to be used and the minimum acceptable value of insulation resistance when carrying out a insulation resistance test on a circuit containing...
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