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An assessment route that enables experienced workers to qualify to Level 3 NVQ standard has been launched by the Joint Industry Board (JIB):
Fluke, the global leader in portable electronic test and measurement technology, has developed Fluke TestGuide, a helpful free app for electrical installers, electrical engineers and maintenance professionals in the field.
Selecting the right kind of cable management for the job can be a very subjective matter. Often there’s more than one option, and getting it wrong could lead to over or under-specification or a more complex installation on site. Here, Legrand’s Nigel Leaver answers your cable management questions.
Emergency lighting schemes are designed to protect life. In the event of a fire, or mains supply failure, escape route lighting and exit signs must illuminate and maintain power for a sufficient period of time to allow occupants to safely evacuate the building:
A very recent article in The Guardian’s G2 section took a long look at the Autolib’ (and no, that inverted comma is not a mistake!) electric car sharing scheme that has been running with conspicuous success in Paris for three years. Some 30 million miles later, it is coming to London. By James Hunt:
Vent-Axia has been celebrating winning Best Brand New Product of the Year in the Housebuilder Product Awards 2014. Scooping the award for its highly innovative Lo-Carbon Response dMEV solution, the company received the accolade at an awards ceremony held in Birmingham:
Understanding Hazardous Areas and Specifying Flexible Conduit is a technical guide that explains the use of electrical conduit systems in hazardous areas.
An innovative solution to metal cable theft is available with Adaptaflex conduit, covered with various metallic overbraids.
A cooker switch complying with BS 3676 or a cooker control unit complying with BS 4177 (a cooker switch incorporating a socket-outlet) is usually installed where a cooking appliance is to be connected other than by means of a plug and socket-outlet.
A cooker switch complying with BS 3676 or a cooker control unit complying with BS 4177 (a cooker switch incorporating a socket-outlet) is usually installed where a cooking appliance is to be connected other than by means of a plug and socket-outlet.

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