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I have a query regarding what will and won’t be possible with regard to a property I own in the north east.
The 3 bed semi is empty and being completely stripped out of all finishes and all services inc water and plumbing. Right back...
I really need some help in a project I have become involved in wiring a lived on boat. It's something I have not done before or anything remotely similar so I'm well out of my comfort and confidence zone.
I'm really struggling finding a definite guide as to the correct regulations I need to be...
We have been invited to tender for a new build dwelling, two storey with a ground floor of 240mt/2. My understanding of Part B is the property will require a Grade B-LD3 fire alarm system. My tender allowed for a LD2 to include high risk areas, kitchen and living room (wood burner)
Questions i need answers to. i'm given a scenario for this radial question but not going to write it out
What are the test sequence for radial socket outlet? ( i put )
test the continuity of circuit protective conductors (R1+r2)
Insultation resistance test
Would it be the same if...
When Installing A New Circuit To A Fairly Recently Installed DB (Plastic). Do You Have To Change The Consumer Unit To A New Metal Board - On Installation Certificate It Asks To Tick About Combustible Materials But Currently Having A Debate With Colleague.
What Do You Guys Think?
I'm working on a container thats is ply lined and has lighting and power inside all run in plastic 20mm surface conduit. Protective device is a garage 2-way consumer unit with 30ma rcd main switch (already installed on arrival). The container is in middle of a field on a mod site -...
hi, I'm looking for a little bit of information regarding part p and I'm hoping you can please help. I work for a company that provides student accommodation. We have over 500 rooms and do basic maintenance work. At present when a bathroom light or bathroom extractor fan needs replacing our boss...
Sounds a simple enough question, but try as I might, I can't find a definition of what constitutes a 'dwelling' in the context of Part P.
The obvious answer is, it's somewhere someone lives. Using that definition however, a hotel could be classed as a dwelling because sometimes people...
Hi there ,
Just a quick one can anyone point in the direction of what is required under to MCS to get FITs for off grid installs ?
Also Are there any places that can be recomeded for reasonably priced dc isolators (wanted a 40-60a one )
Hope you guys can help.
I've been asked by a family friend to do some electrical work. Bit of background first.
The establishment in question was split into 3 units. A bar, a flat and a upstairs dwelling.
3 phase incoming. 1 phase Dwelling, 2 phase flat and 3 phase pub.
Both the dwelling...
When working out Amp draw (Watt/Voltage) for a domestic dwelling do I keep my voltage figure at 230 when in real terms the actual voltage as source is 246v
So for a 7kw cooker I do 7000/230 = 30.43amps but at 245v its 28.57amps.
Do I always use 230 as the figure for a domestic dwelling?
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