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2 adjacent terraced houses are being joined into one. The supplier meter cabinet is towards the front of each house and the consumer units are over the rear door in both instances. The heating system is oil and there is no storage electric or heat pumps in either unit, therefore, it is...
New on here. Just got through another NICEIC company/PDH/QS inspection today and got some questions answered as usual. Came on here to look up info on early 7671 editions, and found them! Good stuff.
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I have been involved in the electrical and electronics industry for over 40 years. I am now involved with Electrical Vehicles, and run a charge point installation directory. I am here to learn and hopefully give any advice where possible.
Hi people, I have just joined this forum, I have been an industrial electrican for a number of years, and have finally decided to complete my level 3..in order to obtain my jib card.. I am an adult trainee.
Need some advise. My fuse meter switch tripped . Upon inspection I realized that it trips the 'wall sockets' part only as the ceiling lights work fine on their own. I removed all the plugs from the appliance and reset the fuse box but after a minute or so it trips the socket...
I'm not an electrician, but I was in the electrical business most of my working life before I retired. My background is electronics with the last few years working in industrial control systems - control engineering, etc - so I hope you will make allowances for me not being fully...
I have a job where the client wants a 7kw car charger 50 meters away from his house. The problem is there is a 6mm that's been pre wired 10 meters through his house from the main consumer unit to an exterior wall and sealed up. So I would have to use that and join onto the 10mm exterior and put...
It's been a year since I joined the forum and I'd like to thank you all for your help, advice and criticism. I've learned a lot about new products which I wasn't even aware existed, electrical regulations and best practice.
Thank you all for your time and patience.
Hello. I am not a sparky but have some electrical knowledge. I am a mechanical engineer but dabble in electrical/electronic projects. I need to work out some proper earthing for my 230V, off grid set-up using 2 different types of generator configuration and with potential to connect to other...
I've already learned a lot from this forum so decided to join to be able to participate in discussions and help fill in the blanks I'm expecting to have along the way.
Just so you know a little about me, I've had a couple of careers (ex Army, MoD, now project planning) and only...
Was hunting for info on what to do when a lighting circuit has no CPC and Class 1 fittings, went to join this forum and found I was already here!
Thought I'd best say hello, name is Dave, I live in Grimsby and I have been in Electronic servicing, telecoms and data for many years since...
Hi, I'm Kevin. I been reading articles on this forum for about a week or so, so thought I'd join up.
I've been "out of my time" for about 12 years now, and have worked for the same company since 1999. I think I've had a good apprenticeship as I've worked in all types of buildings and had 3...
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