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iceman

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hi on green minor works cert by niceic where its says circuit protective device for modified circuit witch in my case would be BS 60898 type b
thn under tht its says rcd if applicable does suggest if its used as a main switch so again in my case i would put n/A or do i need to fill in the details eather way any help would be great cheers
 
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tonytrying

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hiya

sorry I am not answering yr question butrather asking one,, i want 2 do NIC assessment, can i do for my minor job,, convert a single socket into a double and if so ,,what test wud i need 2 carry out

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iceman

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hello tonytrying as fare as i know the niceic require you to add another socket to an exsisting ring final ciruit or new additonal light point to exsisting lighting circuit for a minor works, witch ever you choose to do, just changing a single socket to a double will not be enough hope this helps ;-)
 
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tonytrying

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Thank you very much,, its a starting point,,wonder if assessor will want me 2 carry out any tests

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iceman

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yes he will want ya to carry out some tests to demostrate competence in testing you'll need to jobs for assesment at two different sites one minor works like adding a new socket to ring final and one major works like a c/u change or full rewire etc ;-)
 
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iceman

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hi on green minor works cert by niceic where its says circuit protective device for modified circuit witch in my case would be BS 60898 type b
thn under tht its says rcd if applicable does suggest if its used as a main switch so again in my case i would put n/A or do i need to fill in the details eather way any help would be great cheers
 
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DHES-LTD

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You put the BS number of the RCD if there is one. If its a split load board and its fed by a 32A MCB but off the rcd side of the board you would put 60898 For your MCB and 61008 or 4293 for your RCD.
 
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iceman

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im unsure wot the bs number is for the rcd cos it dont say all i knw is its hagar 63a with a 30mA trip time its in a newly built house so my guess is tht it propley wouldnt be the older 4293 rcd wots thoughts on this? thanks
 
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iceman

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not the 61009 one? you sure it wont be the 4293
 
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Spudnik

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RCBO's 61009 and RCD's 61008.

Post up a pic and let us have a look.
 
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DHES-LTD

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You see the writing on the side of it, it will tell you there mate, take it out and have a look!
 
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