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Frank Bertie, Chairman of the National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers (NAPIT), discusses the benefits of Trade...

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Are you an electrician in Ireland who needs more work?

As an electrician in Ireland, are you finding it difficult to get a regular stream of work in your diary? If you...

Amendment 3

Competent person vs electrically trained person

With amendment 3 on its way, there will be some changes over the terminology used to describe a qualified electrician.

It has been a long standing bone of...

Weather the storm with NAPIT

Frank Bertie, Chairman of the National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers (NAPIT), discusses the benefits of Trade Association membership

I attended a meeting recently. The sun was shining when I left the house. I was in an optimistic frame of mind, and I decided not to take my coat...

Why is it that it always seems to rain on the one day that you don’t wear your coat?

As you can probably guess, I arrived completely soaked and feeling more than a bit put out.

New Full Metal Consumer Units that Comply with 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Amendment 3

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Eaton has launched a range of full metal consumer units that meet the requirements of the recent amendments to the 17th Edition wiring regulations. Manufactured with an all steel base, cover and door, the new consumer units are designed to contain any internal fire that develops as a result of poor installation or faulty installed components - as far as is reasonably practicable. This addition to Eaton’s popular Memera range is fully compliant to BS EN 61439-3 making it ideally suited for domestic (household) premises, in line with the new regulation.

Tony Cable™ Becomes A Trademark

Tony Cable Trademark

Industry legend, Tony Cable, has been granted Trademark status on his name and image, following a successful application to the Intellectual Property Office. The Trademark Authority ruling means that the ™ letters must be added after his name, whenever it is used to promote products or services. This follows in the footsteps of sports stars and celebrities, like David Beckham, who registered his personal name and image as a brand in 2012.

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