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I’m looking to purchase a MFT, that can do all the required tests. Hopefully I can save a small fortune and strike a good deal prior to shelling out a wedge. To that end...
Is there anyone on here with such an instrument for sale?
I wonder if anyone can help me. My company produces special purpose machines for the global market. We have built an impregnation machine for a client in Brazil. Three phase power in Brazil is 380 V @ 60Hz. Our client now wants to send this machine to Turkey instead. Three phase...
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The pictures are of a type of anti-tamper cover retaining screw (M5 x 60mm) that is fitted as standard to a whole slew of lamp fitting in a local church complex.
None of the bulbs have ever been changed since the place underwent a major refurb 20 years ago and all the new stuff was...
A question about regulation...
I design and assemble fairly basic mobile kit used to trigger SFX, which is part of my work. The devices are fairly straight-forward, typically an 8 way IP enclosure with a 12vdc transformer and a timer relay to respond to signal input from the FX trigger...
Quoting for new lights in bathroom along with adding extractor fan
Reading into the regs, above 225cm is out of zone and therefore a swapout only requires minor cert. Fan motor will be in the loft with only the vent being in the location however out of zone. Am i right with the requirement to...
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We're offering an extra 10%...
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Sorry to go over old ground but just need clarification. I have extended the ring main in a kitchen and customer now wants an outdoor socket. Is this now notifiable?
I believe not as ammended rules state notifiable for new DB, new circuit, work in special location?
Hi guys, at a job tomorrow and looking through the spec. Bathroom is to have 12v SELV downlighters (not sure why). What cable is best to use for the run between trannies and lights, i.e. the 12v parts of the circuit? It's been a while since I've had to deal with these, as I don't recommend...
Sorry to be a pain gents - just filling my brain matter with info.
Are there any special requirments when testing and inspecting RCBOs?
Are they vulnerable to testing in any way? or any special requirements needed when testing?
I went to my local gym yesterday to handout a fyer and some cards, the owner asked how much I would of charged for the install he just had.
2 x 3 Phase DB (33 circuits in total)
15 x floor sockets
10 x wall sockets
1 x 32A socket
10 strip lamps
All prep work was done by...
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