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Amendment 3 to BS7671 IET Wiring Regulations (published January 2015).
Amendment 3 to BS7671 IET Wiring Regulations (published January 2015).
BS 7671: 2008 (2015), the long awaited Amendment 3 to the 17th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations, is now in force - effective from January 1st 2015. There will be a six month transition period where electrical contractors can install to Amendment 2 or Amendment 3, after which it will be a requirement that all electrical installations...
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.
The 17th edition of Wiring Regulations sees amendments to BS 7671, the national standard in the United Kingdom for low voltage electrical installations. One of the changes includes ensuring all cable installations in escape routes are fixed with fire-resistant components to improve fire safety of the occupants and fire fighters.
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Electrical Wholesaler magazine reports that the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has called on electrical professionals to get up to speed with the latest amendments to the IET Wiring Regulations:
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