This book is a guide to the practical aspects of domestic electric wiring. It seeks to address the areas of most concern to the qualied electrician, especially design and testing.
It will also be a useful addition to the resources available for students working towards NVQs or City & Guilds and EAL qualications.
It 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 sta.
This book is essential reading for anyone studying towards Domestic Installer status with an approval body such as NICEIC, NAPIT or ELECSA, in line with Part P of the Building Regulations, and also serves as a handy pocket guide to best practice for electricians. Although not intended as a DIY manual, non-qualified persons will also find it useful reading.
The contents of this new edition cover current professional best practice and are fully compliant with the 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations.
This popular guide focuses on common misconceptions in the application of the IET Wiring Regulations. It explains in clear language those parts of the regulations that most need simplifying, outlining the correct procedures to follow and those to avoid. Emphasis has been placed on areas where confusion and misinterpretation are common, such as earthing and bonding, circuit design and protection, and in particular the increased use of RCDs.
With the content covering the requirements of both City & Guilds and EAL courses and containing sample exam questions and answers, this book is also an ideal revision guide.
Book Details :
- Language: English
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Edition: 18th New edition
- Pages: 147
- Size: 6.16 MB
- Format: PDF
- Brian Scaddan