So I've got incoming mains splitting (forking) off into 3 light fittings. They are HID metal halide lamps. The middle one (thats not working) is 70W, and the other 2 are 150W. I've replaced the control gear and bulb. It still just flickers blue and doesnt actaully start. It also buzzes at the...
I have just heard that Lewden / Control Gear Direct have stopped producing their circuit protective devices as of 13th May, is this anything anyone else has heard of or can confirm?
I have used a fair number of their consumer units and RCBOs and will be nonplussed if I now have to tell customers...
Was having a bit of a sort out today and just realised I have lost all my plumbing gear like compression fittings and rad valves etc
I only keep them for odd jobs but had a nice little selection building
Must have thrown them out by mistake
The Incoming breaker model is Terasaki - S250-PE, 250 Ampere Frame rated for which Ics is 70kA, Category A breaker
The outgoing breakers model is Terasaki - H125 NJ, 125 Ampere Frame rated for which Ics is 85kA,Category A breakers
The bus bar rating is 65kA for 1s.
How should this panel board...
I'm looking for a change. I'm currently running a HP Procurve 2824. Nice unit but noisy and as it's in a bedroom it's a bit annoying. I've unplugged two of the three fans and it's not as noticeable as it was but I think it's time for a change. It's only a home network (probably worked that out...
Just wondering where others are purchasing their solar PV gear...panels, inverters, mounting kits etc? I’ve got a run of it coming up and looking to supply the gear as I’ve been having dramas with stock and deliveries atm. TIA Lee
hi there all ...a friend is having works done to there lord of the Manor House and are converting a barn to a 2 bed house also having a car port with 3 electric fast charge car chargers
Car port is 70 metres away
Barn is 100 metres away
Supply is being moved in the house to new location out...
Just in case any members might find this useful:
Thames Valley Police seeks to reunite tradespeople with their stolen tools - http://news.thamesvalley.police.uk/news/thames-valley-police-seeks-to-reunite-tradespeople-with-their-stolen-tools-313503
(I had £10K of kit nicked just over a year ago...
Selling off a load of odds and sods mainly for domestic works due to going in to employment in the commercial sector.
Includes racking, storage boxes, accessories and cable.
Only thing is needs to be gone by the 18th.
I've spent the past few months
Sticking a load of uni up
And hanging ladder & tray up
For submains etc to be pulled in
Site was incredibly cold and wet as the work was primarily outside
And my hand tools that haven't been used on the job have gone rusty
What's the best way of cleaning...
Im off the tools and in to design and management.
I dont think my knees could take much more house bashing or my wife take another cut in the feed in tariff resulting in mad hours and destruction of loads of jobs.
Im putting my old van stock on ebay just trying to shift it to people...