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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.
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.
Dr Jeremy Hodge, chief executive of the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC) anticipates a strong demand for their soon to open cable fire testing facility, as the cable industry moves to implement the Construction Products Regulation 2011 (CPR).
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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