FUSE BOARD REGULATIONS 2015
New non-combustible enclosure requirement for consumer units
A particular type of distribution board comprising a type-tested co-ordinated assembly for the control and distribution of electrical energy, principally in domestic premises, incorporating manual means of double-pole isolation on the incoming circuit(s) and an assembly of one or more fuses, circuit-breakers, residual current operated devices or signalling and other devices proven during the type-test of the
Changes to Electrical Installation Regulations in 2015
From July 2015 the new regulations will apply except in one regard in respect of replacement or new Consumer Units. Any electrical contractor engaged should by January be conversant with the new regulations. Not unexpectedly the changes to regulations
What you MUST know before replacing your fuse board
What you MUST know before replacing your fuse board. Think of your fuse board as the main hub of your home – its the ‘thinking centre’ to all electrical aspects in your home. If the job is carried out incorrectly, your home will be in a dangerous condition and
New Regulations on Fuse Boards - Darren Spencer Electrical
The extra advantage that we carry is we have been installing the new fuse boards since last July 1st 2015, as they were available then, so we know all the pro’s and con’s of the new boards and help the local wholesalers with the best accessories required to meet the new standards, month’s before some of the electricians so we are one step ahead of the game.
Property118 | New Plastic fuse board? No it's got to be
The new regulations say that an EICR is required at least every 5 years so even a new installation needs to be re-tested after 5 years. A plastic consumer unit is not a fail, as has been said it just means its not up to current standard. I think even an old style fuse board can be passed assuming there are no faults.
How to comply with Amendment 3 (regarding Consumer Units
How to comply with Amendment 3 - regarding consumer units About With ENVIROGRAF® Passive Fire Products, you have the peace of mind that comes from using dependable passive fire products in domestic, commercial, or public properties.
Domestic Consumer Units | Fuse Boards | Screwfix
A fuse board monitors and detects the current in each circuit and will trip the system if it is being overloaded to protect the premises and its occupants. With legislation being continually updated it is important that they are installed by a qualified professional