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Wiring Regulations Pocket Book Edition 2022 (PDF)

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Edition: 2022
Pages: 556
Authors: Ray Tricker
Publisher: Routledge
Language: English
Size: 12 Mb



Content:


List of figures ix
List of tables xiv
Foreword xvii
Preface xix
Appendix A - About the author (during lock down! ) xxv
BS7671 Colour Arrangements xxvii
1 Introduction 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Historical background 3
1.3 What does BS 7671:2018 contain? 5
1.4 What are the objectives of the Wiring Regulations? 6
1.5 What is the legal status of the original Wiring Regulations? 7
1.6 What does it cover? 7
1.7 What affect does using the Regulation
have on other Statutory Instruments? 10
1.8 How are the IET Wiring Regulations implemented? 17
2.0
2.1 The Building Act 1984 21
2.2 What are the Supplementary Regulations? 25
2.3 Approved Documents 27
2.4 Electrical safety 28
2.5 Who is responsible for electrical safety? 33
2.6 Certification 35
1.1 What inspections and tests will have to be completed and recorded? 39
3 Earthing 5 4
3.1 What is Earth? 56
3.2 But what is meant by ‘earthing’ and how is it used? 56
3.3 Advantages of earthing 58
3.4 Precautions that should be taken for earthing 59
3.5 What types of earthing systems are there? 60
3.6 Earthing points 65
3.7 Earthing terminals 66
3.8 Conductor arrangement and system earthing 68
3.9 Current carrying conductors 69
3.10 Protective conductors 70
3.11 Installations with separate earthing arrangements 71
3.12 Earth electrodes 71
3.13 Earthing conductors 72
3.14 Protective measures 74
3.15 Protective devices 76
3.16 Earth fault 78
3.17 Insulation monitoring devices for IT systems 80
3.18 Residual current devices 80
3.19 Residual current monitors 84
3.20 Test and inspections 84
3.21 Special locations and installations 90
4 External influences 105
4.1 Environmental conditions 106
4.2 Equipment situations 108
4.3 Air pressure and altitude 110
4.4 Ambient temperature 111
4.5 Weather and precipitation 113
4.6 Humidity 114
4.7 Solar radiation 119
4.8 Pollutants and contaminants 122
4.9 Mechanical 125
4.10 Electromagnetic compatibility 130
4.11 Fire 139
5 Safety protection
5.1 Basic safety requirements 148
5.2 Building regulations requirements 153
5.3 Protection from electric shock 156
5.4 Additional requirements 167
5.5 Circuits for safety services 175
5.6 Disconnecting devices 178
5.7 Precautions and protections 180
5.8 Testing and inspection 183
6 Electrical equipment, components, accessories
and supplies
6.1 Supplies 187
6.2 Batteries 190
6.3 Transformers 194
6.4 Fuses 198
6.5 Wiring systems 205
6.6 Plug and socket outlets 208
6.7 Switches 214
6.8 Luminaires 224
6.9 Heaters 232
7 Cables, conductors and conduits 236
7.1 Cables 236
7.2 Conductors and conduits 249
7.3 Installation 260
7.4 Safety precautions 273
7.5 Inspection and testing 286
8 Special installations and locations 295
8.1 General requirements 295
8.2 The requirements for special installations and locations 303
9 Installation, maintenance and repair 3 70
9. 1 General 371
9.2 Installation 372
9.3 Inspection and testing 379
9.4 Certification and reporting 382
Appendix 9.1 - Example stage audit checks 383
1 0 Inspection and testing 392
10.1 What inspections and test shave to be completed and recorded? 393
10.2 Inspections 394
10.3 Testing 395
10.4 Identification and notices 442
10.5 What type of certificates and reports are there? 452
10.6 Mandatory test requirements specific for compliance to the Building Regulations 458
10.7 What about test equipment 471
Appendix 10.1 - Examples of test equipment used to test electrical installations 476
Appendix 10.2 - Inspection check list 480
Annex A ; Symbols used in electrical installations 485
Annex B: List of electrical and electromechanical symbols 486
Annex C ; SI units for existing technology 490
Annex D: IPX coding 498
Annex E: Acronyms and abbreviations 506
Annex F: Other books associated with the Wiring Regulations 509
Index 515

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