Discuss Can you add additional sockets to non RCD protected circuits via RCD spurs or sockets? in the UK Electrical Forum area at ElectriciansForums.net

Are you doing a Pir/eicr ? or is it a case of can you do the least amount of work for the least amount of money, scenario.

I'm assuming that there is some medical equipment /wired smoke alarms etc ?

Have you a pic of the board ?
The later....its insane how a lot of these homes are. I've done a lot of eicrs in these types of locations in the past and ntheyre nevwr anywhere near satisfactory
 

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