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right guys need a bit of advice off you

need to install 2x smokes 1x heat to a house that is rented out, landlord hasnt mentined a cert but after doing a bit of reading up found out there is a cert to be issued, now on the cert it mentions db level of the smoke has to be tested.

now i havent got a db level checker nor do i want to buy one really, my take on this is if the smokes you purchase are bs smokes then surely the db level will have been tested and found to be louder than 83db which i think it is.

so why if they are a british standard and been checked and passed would yo need to recheck them?

anybody shed any light on this?

cheers lads :)
 
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