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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.
A one page guide to the Building Regulations that an electrician should know about and how it affects them. It's not only Part P!
This new book from the IEE provides guidance on the requirements of Part P (electrical safety) and the other parts that electricians and domestic installers need to comply with including parts A, B, C, E, F, L and M.
This new book from the IEE provides guidance on the requirements of Part P (electrical safety) and the other parts that electricians and domestic installers need to comply with including parts A, B, C, E, F, L and M.
Amendments to Part L of the Building Regulations and their accompanying compliance guides have wide ranging implications for ventilation. Jenny Smith, Product Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia assesses the situation
Building on the huge success and industry-wide popularity of the Technical Manual, January 2010 will see the launch of an updated online version. With a new look and a new name ' The Essential Guide to the Wiring Regulations' retains and builds on all the detailed topics and invaluable technical information for which the Technical Manual has...
The Approved Document F1 (ADF1) comes into force in April 2006 and Applied Energy Products Ltd is producing guidance for housing professionals. This briefing guide considers the impact of ADF1 and introduces Best Practice solutions for complying with the new legislation.
The Approved Document F1 (ADF1) comes into force in April 2006 and Applied Energy Products Ltd is producing guidance for housing professionals. This briefing guide considers the impact of ADF1 and introduces Best Practice solutions for complying with the new legislation.
Is your organisation up to speed on the legislation, regulations and initiatives driving the move towards low and zero carbon homes and other buildings in the UK?
Following the hearing of evidence from the electrical contracting industry, local authorities and other key stakeholders, the Communities and Local Government (CLG) Select Committee says it cannot support deregulation of the building regulations if electrical safety is likely to be compromised as a result. This is just the outcome required, and...

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