A Practical Guide to the Wiring Regulations by Geoffrey Stokes

By Geoffrey Stokes

This publication offers an intensive, useful consultant to the Wiring rules BS 7671 : 2001. It positive factors in particular:

- worked layout examples

- extensive tabular fabric and checklists

- numerous illustrations

- particular recognition to the themes of inspection, checking out, verification, certification and reporting

- NICEIC specimen certificate and different forms

- guidance on specialized installations

The 3rd version has been up to date to take account of the 2001 amendments to the Wiring laws, together with revisions on:

- protection opposed to overcurrent

- isolation and switching

- zoning requisites for destinations containing a bathtub or shower

- construction website installations

- highway energy provides and highway furnishings and kit

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Applies to factories generally. Applies generally. Applies generally. Note: This listing is intended as a guide only to some of the statutory requirements and should not be regarded as exhaustive. 1 Electricity Supply Regulations 1988, as amended (ESR) The Electricity Supply Regulations 1988, as amended, which replaced the Electricity Supply Regulations 1937, are applicable to both public and private electricity supplies. The Regulations are intended to prevent danger to the public and livestock including domestic animals.

For the first time, there is provision for the proper functioning of the installation for the intended use. Regulation 131±02±01 addresses the supply characteristics in terms of current, nominal voltage and earthing arrangements, together with calling for the supplier's requirements to be determined. 7. 7: Summary of Section 131 ± Design Regulation Group Title Dealing with 131±01 General Installation to protect persons, livestock and property and to function properly for the intended use 131±02 Characteristics of available supply or supplies Characteristic of supply(ies) to be determined 131±03 Nature of demand Number and type of circuits to be established 131±04 Emergency supply or supplies for safety services Characteristics of supply for safety services, and circuits to be supplied, to be determined 131±05 Environmental conditions Equipment to be suitable for environmental conditions including risk of fire or explosion 131±06 Cross-sectional area of conductors Conductors to be of adequate crosssectional area 131±07 Type of wiring and method of installation Wiring system and method of installation to be suitable for location etc.

P Approval of Safety Standards Regulations 1987. Generally applicable. Generally applicable. Q Consumer Safety Act 1987. R Trading Standards Act 1968. Generally applicable. S Restrictive Trade Practices Act 1976. Generally applicable. 1 continued: Acts, statutory regulations and associated legal requirements Ref Title T U V Fire Precautions Act 1971. Agricultural (Stationary Machinery) Regulations 1959, as amended. Highly Inflammable Liquids and Liquefied Petroleum Gases Regulations 1972. W Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928.

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