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I'd find a list of manufacturers who are currently producing single module class A RCBOs (and perhaps class A RCDs) quite useful. To my knowledge so far there are:
Does anyone know of any others?
New kitchen install
Integrated Double oven unit
Integrated single oven unit
Next to each other
6mm 32A mcb
New double oven manufacturers instruction
40A fuse hard wired
New single oven manufacturers instruction
16A fuse hard wired
Existing cable too short for new isolator...
Anyone currently able to tell me which pir sensors are able to be wired in parallel and which aren't ( usual factors and suppliers) as I need to have two controlling one light and don't want to have to return them and get alternatives.
woh, long title, sorry. I ask because I have never clamped a cooker circuit before. I did yesterday, hob was labeled 6ka and when all 4 rings were on full, from cold, it pulled 31a for a good 5 minutes till the thermostats started kicking in. all well within the constraints of cable, but not...
Had a call from a landlord today they said they had had a new boiler fitted and the installer said the heating was taken off the ring main and was against regulations.
Maybe not ideal but can't see as it is against regs.Anyone know if it's a oil or gas regulation.
This is starting to get right on my !! Now.
Needed a few pumps in the last few months, which wasn't the easiest of jobs getting like for like. But now I can't get them or any for that. All the pump and motor manufacturers are only supplying single phase motors wdf. Some ass in the EU/ G12 or...
Hi folks new to this but have a question . What are the circumstances that have to be met to fit a 240v fan in zone 1 . I have read that it's acceptable if the fan is ipx4 rated and is on a rcd. I've read that if the manufacturer states the fan is suitable for zone 1 and rcd protected then it is...
Doing a test the other day and found a couple of metal light switches no earth to faceplate just to back box but both lugs were fixed.
What code do you reckon I'm saying 3 but it's a 2 minute job anyway to rectify. Can't recall seeing it before though
I'm doing some electrical work for a firm that is building some equipment to be installed for a client in Canada. The minimum rating of the 3 phase MCB's and RCD's need to be minimum 480 VAC
Any names of manufacturers that provide MCB's or RCD's to operate to 480 VAC would be much appreciated...
Customer wants underfloor heating in his bathroom and wants to use a B & Q Homelux mat. Downloaded manufacturers instructions and technical data to see if this mat complied with the above reg. As it didn't appear to be in compliance (fibreglass mesh as opposed to earthable metal) I emailed...
I've recently bought a dual fuel cooker which requires hardwiring.
The user manual states that it needs to be connected to a double pole control unit with a minimum rating of 32A. However, i've just had an electrician round who, after looking in the manual, said that the oven only needs 8A...
Hi, looking for some info on solar courses, mate is intrested in getting into this, has no real electrical experience (auto spark). Asked if i knew what was best but i dont have a clue, any ideas what courses or qualification are reqd. Thanks in advance
hi, everyone. this is mechiel, a working staff in a Chinese solar company. I am quite confused with european and american motive of imposing an anti-dumping campaign. Is that really helpful to this industry of theri own? For those who knows little about China, they keep distorting China's image...
I find it relatively easy to judge the age of additions and alterations to installations with some degree of accuracy (I think). One useful clue can be the date stamp or sticker on accessories and MCBs etc.. My problem is I don't know how to read most of them. Is there a method I am unaware...
Need a bit of advise I have been asked to install a bath in a room that was previously a wet room for a disabled person. Now as per usual the customers don't want to spend a lot of money.
At the moment there is an electric shower installed at a height of approximately 750mm to...
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