Electrical Wiring Domestic 10th Edition

Electrical Wiring Domestic 10th Edition 

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Electric Wiring: Domestic has for many years been acknowledged as the standard guide to the practical aspects of domestic electric wiring. It seeks to address the areas of most concern to the qualified electrician, especially design and testing. It will also be a useful addition to the resources available for students working towards NVQs or City & Guilds qualifications. This book is also a vital reference source for many other professionals and operatives whose work demands a knowledge of electrical installations, including electrical engineers, heating engineers, architects and maintenance staff. The contents will be of value to those intending to gain a Domestic Installer Scheme Qualification which relates to Part ‘P’ of the Building Regulations. It is not
intended as a DIY manual, although some non-qualified persons may find certain topics useful before calling in qualified operatives. The contents of this new edition cover current professional best practice and are fully compliant with the 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations.

Content :
  • CHAPTER 1 The UK Generation, Transmission and Distribution System
  • CHAPTER 2 Domestic Electrical Installations
  • CHAPTER 3 The Importance of Earthing and Bonding
  • CHAPTER 4 Bathrooms
  • CHAPTER 5 Protection
  • CHAPTER 6 Circuit Design
  • CHAPTER 7 Inspection and Testing
  • CHAPTER 8 Security Alarm and Telephone Systems
  • APPENDIX 1 Basic Electrical Theory Revision
  • APPENDIX 2 Conductor Identification, Notices and Warning Labels

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October 21, 2018 at 10:12 AM delete

Really nice and interesting post. I was looking for this kind of information and enjoyed reading this one. Prescott Electrician

March 29, 2022 at 10:34 PM delete

Whilst there is no direct or specific law requiring testing and inspection of electrical installations to be carried out, there are various duties imposed upon employers, landlords and persons responsible for premises which require them to provide a safe place of work. EICR