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NAPIT On-site Solutions-Practical Solutions to Electrical installations Edition 2019 (PDF)

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Pages: 328 pages
Size: 146 MB
Publisher: NAPIT
Author (s): Paul Chaffers
Language: English
Publication: 2019

With NAPIT's constant drive to improve standards and working practices throughout the electrical industry, we felt compelled to look at how electrical installations are designed, installed and maintained, taking account of any legislation that may also affect them.

Good and proper solutions to the everyday problems' electricians encounter on-site, is of paramount importance to the technical authors at NAPIT.

With this in mind, NAPIT has produced an On-site Solutions book.

This On-site Solutions book is specifically designed to help electricians understand and overcome the day to day issues they encounter.

It is a crucial toolbox document that should be available at all times.

Contents

Preface
Foreword
About the author
Introduction
Section 1 Legal Requirements
1.0 Legal Requirements
1.1 The Health and Safety at Work Act etc. 1974 (HASWA)
1.2 The Electricity at Wor kRegulations 1989 (EAWR)
13 The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 (CDM)
1.4 The Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations (ESQCR)
1.5 The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)
1.6 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)2002 and Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1998
1.7 Building Regulations
Section 2 Requirements of Standards
2.0 Requirements of Standards
2.1 BS7671:2018Requirements for Electrical Installation (IETWiring Regulations 18th Edition)
2.2 Chapter 11 Scope
23 Chapter 12 Object and effects
2.4 Chapter 13 Fundamental principles
2.5 Selection of Electrical Equipment
2.6 Erection and initial Verification of Electrical Installations
2.7 Definitions
2.8 Protective Earthing
2.9 Protective Bonding
2.10 Extraneous-conductive-parts
2.11 Supply and Conductor Terms
2.12 Classification of Persons
2.13 BS7671: 2018 New and Modified Definitions
Section 3 Identification of Installation Requirements
3.0 Identification of Installation Requirements
3.1 Supplies of Electricity
3.2 Supply Systems
3.3 The Consumer Unit
3.4 Distribution Components: Consumer Units and Distribution Boards
3.5 Consumer Unit Considerations: Non-combustible
3.6 Replacing Consumer Units
3.7 Consumer Unit torque requirements
3.8 Installing Additional Consumer Units
3.9 Protective Earthing and Bonding
3.10 Wiring Systems and Cable Type
3.11 1st Fix Wiring
3.12 New Build Houses-MeterTails
3.13 Fixings for Cables
3.14 Radii of Bends
3.15 Installation of Cables and their Current-carrying Capacities
Section 4 Design Considerations M2
4.0 Design Considerations M4
4.1 Fundamental Principles
4.2 Assessment of General Characteristics
4.3 Cable Calculations
4.4 Diversity and Maximum Demand
4.5 Lighting Circuits
4.6 Wiring an Extractor Fan
4.7 Socket-outlet Circuits 1
4.8 Fused Connection Units (FCUs)
4.9 Standard Circuit Arrangements
4.10 Central Heating Control and Wiring
4.1 1 Supplying a Detached Building
4.12 Supplying a Garage
4.13 Detached Workshop
4.14 PME Concerns and Outbuildings
4.15 TT System for Outbuildings
4.16 Alterations and Additions to Circuits
Section 5 Safe Isolation of Electrical Supplies
5.0 Safe Isolation
5.1 Legislation and Regulations
5.5 New installations
5.6 Alterations and Additions
5.7 Isolation Points
5.8 Permits to Work
5.9 Proving that isolated Circuits and Equipment are dead
5.10 Dangers on TT Supply Systems
5.11 Warning Notice
5.12 Isolation of Larger Installations
5.13 Isolating the Neutral Conductor
5.14 Isolation Arrangements at the Origin
5.15 Restricted Access
5.16 For General Use
5.17 Isolation Arrangements at the Origin of Three-phase Systems
Section 6 Inspection and Testing
6.0 Inspection and Testing
6.1 Requirements of BS7671
6.2 Inspection
6.3 Testing
6.4 Certification
Section 7 Progression of documentation
7.0 Documentation
7.1 Types of Documentation
7.2 Designing the Installation
7.3 Electrical Circuit Design
7.4 Essential Paperwork and Labels
7.5 Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM)
7.6 Building Information Modelling (BIM)
7.7 Approved Document P
7.8 Paperwork Summary
Section 8 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Generation
8.0 Solar PV
8.1 PV Requirements
8.2 What is a PVSystem?
8.3 General Requirements
8.6 System Shutdown Procedure
8.9 Maintaining Solar PV
Section 9 Electric Vehicle Charging Installations
9.0 Electric Vehicle Charging Installations
9.1 Maximum Demand and Diversity
9.2 Loading Considerations
9.3 Load Management of Electric Vehicles
9.4 Conductor Arrangement and System Earthing
Section 10 Understanding Smart Homes
10.0 Understanding Smart Homes
10.1 What is in the Scope of this Section
10.2 So What is Changing to Enable Smart Homes to Hit the Mass Market?
10.3 Comfort Range of Products
10.4 Mid-range and Premium Products
10.5 Smart Home Versus Traditional Solutions
10.6 Evolution of Smart Solutions
10.7 Testing Considerations



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Greyson
Greyson
30/11/2021
Latest edition. Exactly what I wanted!