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One of the leading training providers in England and Wales, JTL, is committing significant investment and effort for the second year to confirm that there is significant room in the electrical and heating and plumbing sectors for women:
A new analysis indicates that retrofits and new installations will push the electric drives market (effectively variable speed drives) revenues to £0.9bn ($1.41bn) by 2018. This is because of their cost and efficiency benefits, as James Hunt reports:
An electrical engineer from Melksham in Wiltshire has adorned his house with around 200,000 Christmas lights – and he uses the extraordinary display to raise money for a local good cause. By James Hunt:
Switches 20 AX - 250 VA Two module mechanisms 2 modules 22.5 x 45 mm
The British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC), the international leader in product certification services for electrical, data and signal cables and ancillary products, will be showcasing the latest advances of its world-class cable testing laboratory at Middle East Electricity Exhibition (MEEE) at the Dubai International Convention and...
Product Description:Bulkhead luminaire for 1 x 28W TC-DD lamp. magnetic circuit. white finish body/bezel and opal polycarbonate diffuser. Round shape. Complete with 840 lamp(s). Dimensions: Ø455 x 105 mm Total power: 36 W Weight: 2.5 kgElectrical data:Lamps: 1 x TC-DD / 28 WLamp flux: 2050 lmColor Rendering Index: 1BBallast: MAG Tridonic EC...
A review of all the cable containment options and standards currently available. Continuing Professional Development through the MK CPD Technical Seminar Programme. Externally approved by CIBSE & IEI.
A review of the Building Regulations for England & Wales and the areas concerning electrical installations. Externally approved by CIBSE & IEI.
A review of all the cable containment options and standards currently available. Continuing Professional Development through the MK CPD Technical Seminar Programme. Externally approved by CIBSE & IEI.
Under 40 year old laws, Londoners – unlike the rest of the country - wishing to rent out their homes for less than three months, must get planning permission from their local council. Now the Government aims to change this through a measure in the Deregulation Bill.

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