FUSE BOARD HEIGHT REGULATIONS
building regs on fuseboard height | Electricians Forum
Jan 21, 2014building regs on fuseboard height. Discussion in 'Electrical Forum' started by Shakeout, Jan 21, 2014.Part M, Consumer Unit Height | Electricians Forum | TalkAug 30, 2016building regs on fuseboard height | Page 2 | ElectriciansJan 23, 2014See more results
IET Forums - Height of consumer units
Aug 01, 2006The Building Regulations require Switches and Socket Outlets in dwellings to be installed so that all persons including those whose reach is limited can easily use them. A way of satisfying the requirement is to install switches and socket outlets in habitable rooms at a height of between 450mm and 1200mm from the finished floor level.IET Forums - Consumer Unit Height Part M New BuildSep 10, 2010IET Forums - Help finding small 17th edition consumerFeb 13, 2009IET Forums - mounting a consumer unitJan 05, 2007IET Forums - Distribution Board Mounting heights.Nov 14, 2005See more results
Consumer Unit guide to the 17th edition Wiring Regulations
Jan 23, 2009Building Regulations. Other equipment may be taken to include the consumer unit, as it contains devices such as MCB’s and RCD’s that may need operation or resetting by the user of the dwelling. The consumer unit should therefore be accessible, with the devices mounted at a height no greater the 1 above the floor.
ETCI fuseboard height regulations - boards
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What you MUST know before replacing your fuse board
What you MUST know before replacing your fuse board. Having made the decision to replace your old fuse board, it is important to ensure that this important job is completed by a competent electrician. Think of your fuse board as the main hub of your home – its the ‘thinking centre’ to
17th Edition Fuse Boards explained: | JLM Electrical
There are a number of approaches to fuse board design meeting the new 17th edition Regulations. Some of these utilise traditional RCD main switch consumer units and split load consumer units, while others rely on the new type of dual RCD protected consumer units.[PDF]
Guide to: th Edition Consumer Units - TLC-Direct
8 Guide to 17 th Edition Consumer Units. The Regulations prescribe requirements regarding the use and protection of socket outlets, Regulation 411.3.3 requires that an RCD not exceeding 30mA be provided for: 1. Socket outlets having a rated current up to
Comply with upcoming legislation - Electrical Review
Dec 10, 2014In this instance the advice from Beama (British Electrotechnical and Allied Manufacturers Association), is the bottom row of switches should be at the designated 1350mm to 1450mm height to avoid easy access to young children whilst remaining accessible to other people when standing or sitting.
Domestic Consumer Units | Fuse Boards | Screwfix
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Where To Fit A Consumer Unit - Trade Skills 4U
Many of these may well have been fitted before the days of regulations and on replacement will need to be situated in the correct location. Location. When choosing where to place the consumer unit, thought needs to be given to how the consumer unit will be accessed. Consumer unit locations are notorious for being in the most awkward of places.