Monthly Archives: April 2017

  1. Intrinsically Safe, are you Atex compliant?

    As from 1st July 2003, all electrical equipment installed in potentially explosive atmospheres in Europe, must comply with the Atex regulations. Basically, any new electrical equipment used on site from 1st July 2003 has to be Atex approved. An example on our webshop, is the Metrix Mx57 which doe...

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  2. Part P Building regulations

    What do you know about Part P Building regulations and how they affect you? As of January 1st 2005, these regulations come into force. Make sure that your equipment complies with Part P with the Kewtech FC2000 calibration checker. The FC2000 checkbox will test all makes of testers. For more ...

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  3. 17th Edition IEE wiring regulations

    The 17th Edition reflects significant changes to both the technical content and structure of the book. Key changes include:

    A change allowing a socket outlet in bathrooms (if 3m from the edge of a bath or shower and rcd protected)

    Extension of the Regulations to cover new ‘speci...

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