This book has for many years been the standard guide to the practical aspects of domestic electrical wiring. It explains step-by-step what needs to be done so that work can be carried out safely and correctly first time. The thirteenth edition has been fully updated in line with the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations and latest best practice. It is essential reading for anyone obtaining a Domestic Installer Scheme Qualification which relates to Part P of the Building Regulations. The handy format and clear, straightforward text have also made this book popular as a quick guide to best practice for electricians. Although it is not intended as a DIY manual, non-qualified persons will also find the book useful before calling in qualified operatives. Brian Scaddan, I Eng, MIET, is a consultant for and an Honorary Member of City a Guilds. He has over 35 yearsa experience in Further Education and training. He is Director of Brian Scaddan Associates Ltd, an approved City and Guilds and NICEIC training centre offering courses on all aspects of Electrical Installation Contracting including NICEIC DISQ courses. He is also a leading author of books on electrical installation.K K factor, 103 Knock-out boxes, 46 L Lighting circuits, 21 Line conductor, 22 M Main earthing terminal, 18 Main ... of ring final circuits, 115 earth electrode resistance, 126 earth fault loop impedance, 123 RCD operation, 126 Two-way and intermediate switching, 27 V Voltage bands, 2, 3 Voltage drop, 96 W Water heater circuits, 32 Wiring diagram, 2 Wiring systems and installation methods, 39 146 Index.
|Title||:||Electric Wiring: Domestic|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2008-05-24|