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  • Wiring Regulations: How Has Circuit Protection Changed Over The Years?

    As electrical technologies evolve, one thing remains constant – the vital importance of circuit protectio ...

    As electrical technologies evolve, one thing remains constant – the vital importance of circuit protection. Emma Segelov, Head of Marketing at MK Electric, looks at the past, present and future of cir ...

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  • Circuit Protection Requirements: Your Questions Answered

    Paul Collins, Technical and Training Manager for Hager answers some of the common questions put to the ‘R ...

    Paul Collins, Technical and Training Manager for Hager answers some of the common questions put to the ‘Regs Live’ team to help contractors get to grips with the new regulatory landscape. To help elec ...

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  • AFDDs: Is Arc De Triumph?

    Here the team at Crabtree explains why it’s important that you don’t let arcing become an ‘AFDD-thought’. ...

    Here the team at Crabtree explains why it’s important that you don’t let arcing become an ‘AFDD-thought’. The Wiring Regulations define danger as: “Risk of injury to persons from: fire, electric shock ...

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  • How Will RCD Selection Work?

    Chaz Andrews, Technical Manager at Doepke UK, discusses the latest updates regarding consumer units and R ...

    Chaz Andrews, Technical Manager at Doepke UK, discusses the latest updates regarding consumer units and RCD use. Type AC residual current protection has been applied in UK domestic premises, with litt ...

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  • Insult to Injury

    Accidents do happen, but how well cushioned are you? Gareth Howell, Managing Director at AXA Insurance pl ...

    Accidents do happen, but how well cushioned are you? Gareth Howell, Managing Director at AXA Insurance plc, looks at the options available to trade professionals. Elsewhere in this article you’ll read ...

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  • 18th Edition: 5 Key Changes You Should Know About

    Jocelyn Golding, Electrician Programme Manager at Schneider Electric, takes a brief look at five importan ...

    Jocelyn Golding, Electrician Programme Manager at Schneider Electric, takes a brief look at five important amendments to the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations. With the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Re ...

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  • 18th Edition: Do You Need New Test Equipment?

    Now the 18th Edition Regs have arrived, do you need to upgrade your existing 17th Edition compliant test ...

    Now the 18th Edition Regs have arrived, do you need to upgrade your existing 17th Edition compliant test instruments at the same time? David Sweetman, Marketing & Business Development Director at ...

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  • What Happened to Part 8?

    The 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations comes with one considerable draft section missing - Part 8 ...

    The 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations comes with one considerable draft section missing - Part 8, Energy Efficiency. Steve Martin, Director of Technical at ECA, looks at the role the 18th Edi ...

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  • Five Reasons Electricians Should Brand their Vehicles

    Electricians with unbranded company vehicles are being warned that they could be missing out on being see ...

    Electricians with unbranded company vehicles are being warned that they could be missing out on being seen by tens of thousands of potential customers every day. The motoring experts at LeaseVan.co.uk ...

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  • It’s Oh So Quiet

      We look at the simple steps involved with fitting the QuietAir range of fans from Airflow Developm ...

      We look at the simple steps involved with fitting the QuietAir range of fans from Airflow Developments. The QuietAir range of elegant, discreet axial fans are supremely quiet and activate only ...

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