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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.
Dimensions 169mm x 115mm x 45mmFor 45A cooker control unitsFitted with cable clamp* Can be secured to flush mounting steel boxes having 60.3mm accessory fitting centres
Dimensions 89mm x 147mm x 45mmFor slimline cooker control unitsWill accept 25mm x 16mm mini-trunkingFitted with cable clamp* Can be secured to flush mounting steel boxes having 60.3mm accessory fitting centres
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.
Leading electrical training company JTL has commissioned its own AM2 Facility at its recently opened centre for excellence in Birmingham. There are not many such facilities in the Midland region, so it should be of real interest in the area. James Hunt reports:
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Amendment 3 to BS 7671:2008 (the IET Wiring Regulations) will be published on January 5th 2015, and it is likely to contain a requirement that domestic consumer unit enclosures be made of a ‘non-combustible’ such as steel. BEAMA has just clarified this news, as James Hunt reports:
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