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Murdoch

Electrician's Arms
In Wiring Matters which arrived today:

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Just thought it would be handy to send them both links to a variety of threads on the 18th edition
 

Murdoch

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Leesparkykent

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Staff member
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I’ve propably got confused....I thought you was asking for members email addresses to send them links to something.....I now understand what you meant. It was because your thread title says go rather than got.
 

happyhippydad

Member
Electrician's Arms
I have absolutely no idea what any of the above posts mean o_O
 

Richard Burns

Respected Member
I believe Murdoch is asking (tongue in cheek perhaps) if anyone has the email addresses for the two pinnacle people of the committee that provides the input for the "information" in BS7671 (as shown in his attached picture).
Then he could email them links to the various threads on here bemoaning the lack of clarity, accuracy, sense and so on that is BS7671 18th Edition.:mad:
This may encourage them to provide better coordination!:rolleyes:

Somehow this has not come out clearly in Murdoch's post, which has been misinterpreted somewhat by posters.
 

Midwest

Electrician's Arms
I knew exactly what Murdoch meant to say, I think you are all trying to be too clever for your own good.

Now if it was Buzz...........:)

PS Murdoch, I think those chaps probably have too much night time reading already. Haven’t I seen that Cronshaw’s name appearing in that ‘other’ electrical forum for grown ups?
 

Murdoch

Electrician's Arms
Haven’t I seen that Cronshaw’s name appearing in that ‘other’ electrical forum for grown ups?
not noticed on the screwfix forum:)
 

netblindpaul

Forum Mentor
Actually, yes I do have their email addresses, but, there are bigger things afoot, and I can't give them out.
They will know very shortly what is thought of the new bad book, big time!
 

Leesparkykent

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Staff member
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Actually, yes I do have their email addresses, but, there are bigger things afoot, and I can't give them out.
They will know very shortly what is thought of the new bad book, big time!
It’s not the 1st time I’ve read claims like this....I’m skeptical.
 

spinlondon

Forum Mentor
I believe clarification on the requirement for supplementary bonding is required.
As it stands, supplementary bonding is not required, if all circuits of the location satisfy disconnection times for ADS, all circuits of the location have additional RCD protection and Main bonding for the installation is provided.

Does that exception still apply, if there is no Main bonding required?
 

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