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NAPIT EICR Codebreakers-A Guide to Coding Observations for Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICRs) Edition 2018 (PDF)

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Pages: 181 pages
Size: 84 MB
Publisher: NAPIT
Author (s): Richard Townsend
Language: English
Publication: 2018

This guide has been designed to help contractors carrying out periodic inspection and testing. It gives advice on the possible coding in line with BS7671:2018 of a range of observations that can be encountered in an existing electrical installation.

With an industry emphasis on accurate Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICRs),it is essential that inspectors Code their observations in an understandable and quantifiable manner.

To augment any inspection and testing, this guide also discusses guidance and information covering risk assessments,the frequency of inspections, for use by both inspectors and Clients, and safe isolation procedures in domestic and commercial/industrial environments.

Contents

Preface
Foreword
Introduction
Part 1 Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR):
Observations and Codes
Section 1.0: Intake Equipment
Section 2.0: Presence of adequate arrangements for other sources such as micro-generators
Section 3.0: Earthing/Bonding Arrangements
Section 4.0: Distribution Boards & Consumer Units
Section 5.0: Distribution and Final Circuits
Section 6.0: Locations containing a bath or a shower
Section 7.0: Other special installations or locations
Part 2 Risk Assessment for Commission an RCD
Part 3 Frequency of Next Inspection
Part 4 Information for Clients
4.1 Observation Codes and what you need to do
4.2 Electricity Distribution Business (DB) Equipment, DNOs, Meter Operators, Electrical Suppliers and ESQCRs
4.2.1 Reporting suspected damaged supplier's equipment to the DNO/MO
4.2.1.1 Reporting process
4.3 Social housing
4.3.1 Visual inspection of whole installation: Routine Operational Visual Inspection (Electrical) (ROVI)
4.3.2 Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
4.3.3 Inspection and Test (EICR)Limitations
4.3.4 Types of Limitations
Part 5 Information for Inspectors
5.1 Asbestos
5.2 Max 100% and 80% Z values for BSEN 60898 and BS3871 circuit breakers and RCBO'sBSEN61009
5.3 80% Z values for BS88-2, BS88-3, BS3036, BS1361/2, BS3871, BSEN60898 and BSEN61009-1
5.4 Installation Reference Methods and Conductor csa Current Ratings for PVCInsulated Flat Cable with Protective Conductor
5.5 Testing Characteristics of Different Types of RCD
5.5.1 RCD Test Instruments
5.6 Surge Protection Devices (SPDs)- Inspection check routine
5.6.1 Surge Protection Risk Assessment
5.6.2 How to carry out the Regulation 443.5 risk assessment
5.7 Ring Final Circuits and Radial Final Circuits
5.7.1 Ring - Final Socket-Outlet Circuit
5.7.2 Radial - Final Socket-Outlet Circuit
5.8 Arc Fault Detection Devices (AFDD)
5.8.1 IR Testing with AFDDs in circuit
5.8.2 Earth Fault Loop Impedance testing with AFDD in circuit
Part 6 Non-Codable Observations
6.1 Non-Codable Observations
6.2 Proximity of GasMeter/Pipes to Electrical Intake or Wiring and Switchgear (BS6891)
6.3 Emergency lighting (BS5266)
6.4 Fire alarms and smoke detectors (BS5839)
6.5 Socket-outlet distances from sinks, cookers and work surfaces Technical Reference Information
Safe Isolation Procedure: Domestic
Safe Isolation Procedure: Industrial and Commercial






Tags: Electrical Installation Condition Reports, EICR Codebreakers

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Luka
Luka
30/11/2021
Great book. Thank you so much!